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Djrum: Portrait With Firewood

Occasionally there’s an album that smacks you around the chops with its sheer brilliance. Not just a gentle slap engendering vague thoughts that you might listen to it again but rather a proper clump leaving you dizzy eyed and reaching for the replay.

Piezo: Lume EP

Milan born-and-raised producer Piezo – who unsurprisingly lived a few years in Bristol before returning to Italy – steps up with the motley ‘Lume EP’, a three-track plate where Kowton’s pared-down structural formula meets the shuffling grind of vaporous deep house and borderline abstractness of dubby riddims and drone’y meanderings.

Visual Retrospective: Dave Huismans reflects on A Made Up Sound

Dutch producer Dave Huismans selects five label designs from his own imprint A Made Up Sound, revealing the original locations of where the photographs were captured and methods used to create the corrosive and industrial aesthetic that make up the AMUS discography.

Sunfall: Rising light on London’s festivals

With an air tight line up spanning quality across many iterations of dance music, along with a sincere pledge from its organisers to provide high-grade audio across the park, there was a strong indication you’d truly get what you paid for at Sunfall.

Livity Sound: Livity Sound

CD1
1. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Kowton Version)
2. Pev & Kowton – Raw Code
3. Kowton – More Games
4. Pev – Aztec Chant
5. Pev & Asusu – Remnants
6. Asusu – Sister
7. Pev – Erosions
8. Asusu – Rendering
9. Pev – Livity

CD2
1. Pev & Asusu – Surge
2. Kowton – Jam01
3. Pev & Kowton – Vapours
4. Asusu – Velez
5. Pev & Kowton – Junked
6. Pev – Saltwater
7. Pev & Kowton – End Point
8. Asusu – Too Much Time Has Passed
9. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Pev Version)

Ghosts

We caught up with Ghosts to discuss their music, the misconceptions of being anti-social bedroom producers and Dublin’s music scene.