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Blanck Mass: Animated Violence Mild

Animated Violence Mild reflects upon our paradoxically tormented zeitgeist like nothing else; Power performing what may certainly be his very best solo piece to date.

Flying Lotus: Flamagra

This music is full of synaptic electricity, it fizzes with floods of ideas, fidgety, unable to sit still, but simultaneously at peace with itself. FlyLo’s music is decentered, intra-weaving, and laterally combines a myriad of codes, the sonic equivalent of a negative dialectic, Lotus’s compositions simultaneously thump and confound.

Music Video: Private Agenda – Aura

Just a few days away from the release of their much anticipated debut full-length for Lo Recordings, ‘Île de Reve’, we’re proud to present the premiere of the music video for the equally elegant and catchy single ‘Aura’.

I Hate Models: L’Âge Des Métamorphoses

I Hate Models ‘L’Âge Des Métamorphoses’ offers variations of hard-hitting drums, uptempo rushes and unrelenting rhythmic aggression – the latter certainly bearing influence, leastwise the overall sounds and mood, which shall please Perc Trax fans and the likes effortlessly.

Alessandro Adriani: Morphic Dreams

Following from the ‘Embryo’ EP, Adriani unleashes his full album, delving deeper into the conceptual constructs introduced on the precursor with analogue formations blessed by Adriani’s highly developed taste for pace and friction.

Zamilska: Uncovered

Thematically Uncovered is a veneration of mother nature’s destructive and creative power laced with a sense of trepidation over man’s ever-arrogant encroachment on her sovereignty.

Bibio: Ribbons

Bibio’s tenth album is a collection of pretty things, a box of treasures and faded photographs that softly trace the outlines of a rare and precious musical vision.

Mana: Seven Steps Behind

Seven Steps Behind has just the right level of bizarreness that infatuates rather than repulses and it’s that’s fickle balance between order and chaos, beauty and ugliness that make it so intriguing.

Fennesz: Agora

Electronic extraordinaire Fennesz supplies four operatic cuts for the Touch label with “Agora”, a rare solo foray by the artist, constructed from what hardware was to hand in his bedroom.