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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.

Simo Cell

The French producer serves up an hour of intense rhythm and tempo-juggling, moving from off-kilter electronics through ruffneck junglism onto sizzling electro and tech-y pumpers.

Judaah

Up this week in our podcast series, BFDM honcho and newly-appointed music programmer of Razzle Judaah steps up to deliver one of his signature genre-busting mixes, blending the finest of slowed-and-throwed gangsta rap and dashing electro rollers with Detroit in the rearview. Nasty.

Basses Terres: Counting Pulsations

If you’ve heard Basses Terres’ excellent debut EP for BFDM, ‘A Darker Rain’, you’ve certainly noticed his lean for finespun atmospherics and full-on cinematic deep audio-scenarios. Yet more pared-down and essential, his second instalment for the Lyon-based imprint exalts some of the most transcending ambient we’ve had the chance to hear in quite a long time.

The Pilotwings: Les Portes Du Brionnais

After an adulterous excursion on Macadam Mambo, Lyon-based duo The Pilotwings return to BFDM with ‘Les Portes Du Brionnais’, an eleven-track debut LP exploring a wide range of styles including syncopated weed-stank grooves, zouk and Japanese exotica motifs as well as other cosmic oddities.

Best Releases: April 2016

Our April roundup is here and all set to disclose some of the past month’s finest fragrances! The selection makes for a bracing shower of hefty floor artillery, washed-out smooth sailers and other shady night hunters. Get locked!

The Pilotwings

Lyon-based production duo “The Pilotwings” lay down a kaleidoscopic mix lacing unhinged synth blast-offs, easternmost melodic tropes and ’80s oddball groovers and lift the veil on their boundless scope of influences, “Brothers From Different Mothers” debuts and their studio voodoo.

Best Releases: March 2016

From Low Jack’s massive new LP on the ever-vanguard Modern Love to DJ Slyngshot’s debut effort out of the Yappin circle for the newborn Place No Blame, onto Suzanne Kraft’s summer-flavored ‘DJ Safety Track’ for Stuttgart’s finest Kitjen, there’s been full flocks of nuggets flying aplenty. Here’s our recap.