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Clark: Kiri Variations

After amassing a discography crammed with ravey goodness, left-field producer Clark turns on a dime to deliver ‘Kiri Variations’, a long-player bearing more similarity to baroque chamber music than anything compiled for a dance floor.

GAS: Rausch

If new album Rausch is music of the forest, it’s a forest existing in the laws of time, physics and narrative found in a Christopher Nolan movie. Where earlier GAS records tethered beats and orchestral samples to a dub techno groove, here the instrumentation often feels like it has been cut away from gravity to orbit erratically through and over the beat.

Gigi Masin: KITE

KITE is simply an album that doesn’t need to do anything beyond exist in its own little vacuum; it isn’t a profound new age revelation, but it’s great because it doesn’t try to be.

Lost & Found: Bing & Ruth sheds light on ‘Dorsal’ EP

Following the release of ‘No Home Of The Mind‘ LP earlier this year on 4AD, today Bing & Ruth announce the release of a digital-only sophomore extended player featuring three compositions that were recorded during the same sessions as the album’s recording. To celebrate the drop of ‘Dorsal‘ we caught up with David Moore to discover what spurred him to release this new EP.