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Jacaszek: Music for Film

Jacaszek demonstrates a uniquely wide set of influences, encompassing both avant-garde Sonorism and contemporary film scoring.

Vladislav Delay: Rakka

With an array of powerful, physical samples, Vladislav Delay depicts his intense emotional experiences of a landscape he once described as ‘raw and brutal’.

Squarepusher: Be Up A Hello

‘Be Up A Hello’ is a fantastic addition to an already stellar canon of work, and while this album may remind you of Squarepusher’s earlier work, it doesn’t feel retro in the slightest.

Ziúr: ATØ

Berlin-based experimentalist, futurist and producer Ziúr returns to Planet Mu with her second album ‘ATØ’ – a portal to worldwide change, it is as vibrant as the unapologetic and unwavering musical landscape of Berlin.

Teebs: Anicca

Anicca is undoubtedly Teebs’ boldest and most beautiful statement to date, an expansion of his vision and an elevation of his craft.

Floating Points: Crush

A specimen of all the best of Shepherd’s work to date, the steady build-up of ‘Crush’ creates a ripple across all spectres of electronic experimentalism and, though no track exceeds the six-minute bar, the impressions they leave are everlasting. Indeed, ‘Crush’ shows Floating Points in full possession of his art; a true master of his craft.

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.