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Pariah: Here From Where We Are

“Here From Where We Are” is a richly textural, densely organic album, an absorbing venture into a sonic biosphere formed from the sounds of living matter. A record made with machines but spiritually rooted in the primeval muck from which we emerged.

DJ Richard: Dies Iræ Xerox

Dies Iræ Xerox is an anarchic record, not only in it’s brutalist sonics, but in its indifference to genre and disregard for consistency – compared to earlier works, it’s looser, freer and less bound by convention – but all the better for it.

Music Video: Benedikt Frey – Looking Back

German producer Benedikt Frey lands back on Live At Robert Johnson this month with his first 12″ for the imprint. To mark the occasion we are premiering the animated minimalist music video for the record’s opening track “Looking Back”.

Tourist Kid: Crude Tracer

There’s a metallic sheen to almost every sound, a crystalline clarity and high-frequency resonance that sounds decidedly 4K – this may be ambient music, but there’s no nebulous clouds of fuzzed-out synthesis fogging up the stereo field.