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Black Point

Black Point seemingly arrived out of nowhere in 2015 with an EP of broken and wonky club tracks on Lowtec’s low-key imprint, Out To Lunch. Two
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Odin Kaban: Wind In My Veins

“Wind In My Veins demonstrates some of the most accomplished products of Kaban’s endeavours into exploring this boundary line, where kinetic energy meets synthetic vibrancy.” ‘Wind
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Leafar Legov: Mirror

Much effort has clearly been made to establish Mirror’s cohesive sound. Legov succeeds in pulling the listener in from the outset, providing them with a warm, welcoming realm for contemplation.

Nathan Fake: Blizzards

Nathan Fake’s latest album ‘Blizzards’ sees a return to a more familiar template, away from the dense textures of ‘Providence’ towards the nervous energy of ‘Steam Days’.

His Master’s Voice

Ahead of our sixth and final residency at Zur Klappe on Saturday 8 February, we lift the veil on our headliner His Master’s Voice, inviting the
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Meemo Comma: Sleepmoss

Lara Rix-Martin marks her first album release on Planet Mu with an eerie ode to the changing seasons on ‘Sleepmoss’. Awash with field recordings and natural ambient tones, Sleepmoss sets a new precedence for Rix-Martin’s work as an artist and her role as commentator to the winds and rain.

rRoxymore: Face to Phase

rRoxymore lands back on Don’t Be Afraid with her debut album ‘Face to Phase’, marking not only the graduation from 12” singles to the coveted Long Player format, but a more considered and effective approach to the artist’s production.