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Burial: Antidawn EP

“Antidawn is hibernation incarnate, perfect to climb inside of and mentally pause until your alarm no longer rings on a pitch black morning” As I write,
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Best Albums of 2021

The last 12 months have seen us indulged with outstanding long players from artists new and old, and as the holiday season tradition goes, we’ve drawn
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Lunchmeat Festival 2021

Last years edition of Lunchmeat Festival was marked by a euphoric spirit, overshadowed somewhat by the impending virus, but overall a jubilant celebration of electronic music
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MHYSA: NEVAEH

Delivering a personal drop of R&B, MHYSA’s ‘NEVAEH’ is the latest addition to the ever-growing off-kilter machine of Hyperdub.

Best Albums of 2019

Over the past 12 months we have overindulged in a vast array of consistently on-point long players from artists both new and old. As with tradition we have compiled what we believe to be the best albums of 2019.

Doon Kanda: Labyrinth

Jesse Kanda’s debut album ‘Labyrinth’, released on Hyperdub under his alias Doon Kanda, seems to encapsulate this embrace for the weird and the wonderful as a descent into some controlled madness.

Burial: Claustro / State Forest

Whether William Bevan is a jack-the-lad, an introvert, a gamer, is married with kids or divorced is irrelevant, he doesn’t make music for money or fame, he makes music to heal people’s souls. To rescue them.

Mana: Seven Steps Behind

Seven Steps Behind has just the right level of bizarreness that infatuates rather than repulses and it’s that’s fickle balance between order and chaos, beauty and ugliness that make it so intriguing.

Lee Gamble: In A Paraventral Scale

‘In A Paraventral Scale’ is the first part of ‘Flush Real Pharynx’, a triptych being released via Hyperdub throughout 2019, accompanied by a new audio-visual live show. According to Gamble, the work is a “sonic documentary”, aiming to explore the “three stages of the Semioblitz” – the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces.

Lee Gamble: Mnestic Pressure

Mnestic Pressure is a term relating to the impact of collective and individual pressures on short term memory. It is no surprise that it also represents some of Gamble’s most abstract yet vivid work to date.