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Darkstar: Civic Jams

“Civic Jams may have been produced before the current climate, but arguably only personifies the here and now, adding to the ambience of what we make
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K-Lone: Cape Cira

For those that are looking for substance outside the realms of Tiger King and TikTok impressions, Heavenly renaissance, wherefore art thou? Seek recluse in Cape Cira, the debut album from K-Lone.

Soela: Genuine Silk

Rather than being a colloquial mesh together of singles with some filler, ‘Genuine Silk’ is a statement, a sign of the times, a partner in crime for the ambience that is your current purgatory…

Earth Trax: LP1

Earth Trax debut album ‘LP1’ on Shall Not Fade is a sizeable effort, often hypnotising, sometimes stellar, but mostly thought-inducing.

Karenn: Grapefruit Regret

Grapefruit Regret is the best reciprocation of why Karenn dominate dancefloors, pounding techno from a complex arrangement of synths that thumps through speakers.

Smallpeople: Afterglow

Smallpeople deliver gorgeous bridges between lofty house and vibrant dance floor burners, a way to celebrate life, providing give-a-toss who’s watching me dance music.

Idealist: Mind Field

Idealist is a man who’s learned his craft, who’s taken the time to work on his output, and having turned heads with “Firewood Street” back in 2016 on his own imprint… he’s back after 2 years off with a hefty new Mind Field LP on Echocord.

Wen: EPHEM:ERA

Wading through more bullshit than Pusha T claiming Pablo Escobar-esque parables and “beef”, while Kanye’s warbling humbleness, really, there aren’t better openings for taunting new music, much like Wen opening up his sophomore album ‘EPHEM:ERA’ with ‘Silhouette’, when he starts fucking around with that Alice Coltrane sample tho… urgh, it’s dutty time.

Dedekind Cut: Tahoe

Fred Welton Warmsley III, is still working as hard as ever, and continuing to produce under new monikers Barrio Sur, and namely Dedekind Cut for his latest release…’Tahoe’ is saying no to the now, it’s therapeutic in it’s own blooming, where Lee Gamble left off, Dedekind Cut drones over in ethereal sombre.

Anenon: Tongue

Start to finish, from the chord changes to the building rhythms, the field recordings to the trickle of keys, Anenon is giving us something here that’s elevated, personal, raw… Tongue is regenerative.