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Yagya: Stormur

Aðalsteinn ‘Steini’ Guðmundsson, better known now as Yagya has become a leading proponent of deep, atmospheric electronics and ambient dubby techno. ‘Stormur’ steps further into dance floor territory with the origins of the album hailing, rather unpredictably, from the artist’s 40th birthday.

Robert ÆOLUS Myers: Talisman

Robert ÆOLUS Myers, a resident of Hawaii since the mid-70s whose island-tinged electroacoustic meditations were the subject of a compilation from Aloha Got Soul in 2017. Now the fine folk at Origin Peoples are having a crack, and they’re bringing added firepower with them in the form of a live recording and clutch of remixes.

Varg: Sky City Part 1 & 2

Varg clearly remains one of the standout producers around today, regardless of his chosen field of action. ‘Sky City’ is just another (thoroughly well-executed) underlining of this – a flourish or a stark challenge to those treading the beaten-down path.

Trudge: 100

Packed with the assets of an instant classic for fans of these sounds, ‘100‘ portrays an artist who doesn’t just have big ideas, but clearly knows how to execute them with flawless precision.

Ulla Straus: Big Room

‘Big Room’ is a small but perfectly formed moment that can’t fail to brighten your mood, a 30-minute flash of light-hearted joy to touch even the crankiest among us.

Khotin: Beautiful You

In a world full of divisive words, shouting, barracking, and the endless cacophony of online communication, this record valorizes the quiet gesture.

Jan Jelinek & Asuna: Signals Bulletin

Occupying the parallax between Berlin and Kanazawa, Jan Jelinek and Asuna set their sights on far-off stars, creating over the course of a three year period bright, celestial works whilst remaining thoroughly grounded in deeply human production.

Sonmi451: Nachtmuziek

Continuing their reign of solid releases, the label stride onto their 13th with a rare new recruit in the form of Belgian producer Sonmi451.