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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.

Premiere: Pellegrino – In Deriva

Combining a sixth sense for oddball jazz inflections a la Sun Ra and electrifying boogie in Chick Corea’s Elektric Band style, we’re glad to present ‘In Deriva’ – a spirited cut pulsating to tantalising Rhodes throbs and afrobeat-friendly congas.

Anenon: Petrol

Anenon, hailer of LA, lover of jazz, proportionate improviser and dedicated musician has brought out his third effort – ‘Petrol’, a remarkably poignant and daringly experimental album.

Wbeeza: Expression Of Love

There’s many a good groove on this album and the quality of production is still strong, but DJs will be more appreciative for Expression of Love. Seven tracks, all of which pop at least over five-minute mark, with plenty of potential for dreamy dance-floor moments.

Chaos In The CBD: Midnight In Peckham

Chaos In The CBD’s ‘Midnight In Peckham’ EP doesn’t offer much in the way of variation, but if you dig house at its smoothest and most tasteful, there’s plenty of accomplished grooves on offer.

Hauschka: 2.11.14

Recorded at Artegio, in the southern city of Yufu, the off-the-cuff pieces – perfunctorily titled Part 1 and Part 2 – were performed on a piano prepared with a “handful of artifacts” and hooked up to 12 microphones and a sub-mixer.

Hunee: Hunch Music

Hunee’s appetite for music is pantagruelian and Hunch Music makes for a superb celebration of both sides of a musician’s work: the never-ending matrix and the punctual accomplishment. A masterpiece.