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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.

Arp: Zebra

Arp’s “Zebra” finds New York based artist and producer Alexis Georgopoulos closing the door on vocal led efforts and instead exploring a gloriously indefinable set of instrumentals.

Bibio: Phantom Brickworks

Recently prone to immaculately produced ’80s smooth jams (The Serious EP) we must admit that it’s with a touch of trepidation that we fire up “Phantom Brickworks”, Bibio’s latest long player on Warp Records. However, true to form, Wilkinson surprises with an about turn focus on deeply pensive and emotive ambience.

Baleine 3000: The Nap

This EP – or whatever you want to call it – is indicative of Vlek’s deconstructive/reconstructive spirit. The Nap is a product fusing just about every beloved vinyl-based format: Its 7 tracks gives the sense of an LP, the 20-minute duration suggests otherwise, and an 8-minute track on the entirety of the B side whiffs strongly of a 12” single.

Abu AMA: Arabxo Ishara

“Arabxo Ishara” by Abu Ama isn’t a political work of art. It’s simply an album of electronic music – samples, beats and rumbling bass. Through it’s collage style production however, it somehow captures all that’s good about living in a culturally diverse community, locally and globally.

Premiere: Abu AMA – Kufi Wood Art

Today we are premiering Abu AMA’s ambient soundscape ‘Kufi Wood Art’, the seventh track from his new album ‘Arabxo Ishara’, scheduled for release 22nd August 2016 on Bokeh Versions. ‘Kufi Wood Art’ effortlessly eschews beats for a more timbral affair of woodwind and downtempo electronica.

Stefan Schneider: A Journey to Ogoya’s Kenya

German producer Stefan Schneider shares his amazing experience in Kenya alongside drummer and percussionist Sven Kacirek – a journey that left him overwhelmed by the power and beauty of the local culture and gave birth to their collaboration with the mighty female-fronted band Ogoya & The Dodo Women’s Group.