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Even Tuell: Workshop 27

Workshop 27 marks Even Tuell’s first solo outing in 5 years and maintains the enigmatical, emotionally drenched leftism house that has elevated Workshop above much of the mediocrity.

Barker: Utility

Ostgut Ton follow up their release of Barker’s sterling ‘Debiasing’ EP with an album brim-filled with rich and organic masterpieces that shun industrial stereotypes and elude categorisation.

Tala Drum Corps

Showing off his knack for carving out lushly nuanced, immersive alien ambiences, Tala Drum Corps lays down a mix full of post-nu agey ’90s synthetic lustre, oddball ambient house dynamics and further leftfield acid divagations.

Aisha Devi: S.L.F.

Devi here offers some interesting updates on her earlier ideas: while ‘DNA Feelings’ set up a calmer, static kind of motion tied with bold storytelling qualities, ‘S.L.F.’ finds her confidently revving up the engines onto further club-friendly horizons.

OL: Dismeteo

Russian producer Ol steps up on LA-based imprint Motion Ward with seven deeply absorbing tracks that ride the line between ambient and dub techno, creating a coherent microverse of leftfield electronics.

King Midas Sound: Solitude

This record is the antithesis of glamourized pop abstractions about romance that don’t hold true today, if they ever did. This is, the turning of a man inside out.

Best Extended Players of 2018

Following the publication of our Best Albums of 2018 we now turn our attention to the trusty format of the 12-inch extended player.

Caroline Lethô

A well-known figure in Lisbon’s ever effervescent underground scene, Portuguese DJ and producer Caroline Lethô dishes out a pulsating mix of laser-guided breaks, droney tech vibrations, 303-marinated electro and further leftfield-leaning oddities.