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Nathan Fake: Blizzards

Nathan Fake’s latest album ‘Blizzards’ sees a return to a more familiar template, away from the dense textures of ‘Providence’ towards the nervous energy of ‘Steam Days’.

Jacaszek: Music for Film

Jacaszek demonstrates a uniquely wide set of influences, encompassing both avant-garde Sonorism and contemporary film scoring.

Serwed: Serwed II

‘Serwed II’ is tactile without ever being overly aggressive or unlistenable and its vivid rhythmic contours propel you in every direction.

Malcolm: Baptem EP

Biologic Records welcome Malcolm to the fold with the release of ‘Baptem’ EP featuring Nathan Micay, Marc Mélia and Moroccan singerليثرGlitter٥٥.

Chevel: Elvine Unlocked

‘Elvine Unlocked’ is a bold statement from Chevel, forging an experiential approach to modern bass, grime and experimental production.

Earth Trax: LP1

Earth Trax debut album ‘LP1’ on Shall Not Fade is a sizeable effort, often hypnotising, sometimes stellar, but mostly thought-inducing.

Blue Hour: Devotion

Luke Standing’s imprint Blue Hour Music is known to release sturdy techno records that pay homage to seminal releases from the past, yet his latest output is his most nostalgic yet.

Mars89: 2020

Mars89 returns with ‘2020’ – the producer first outing on Natural Sciences, delivering a darkly reinforcing political message through harsh electronics.

Vladislav Delay: Rakka

With an array of powerful, physical samples, Vladislav Delay depicts his intense emotional experiences of a landscape he once described as ‘raw and brutal’.

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.

Deadbeat: LNOE In Dub

Dedicated dub archivist Deadbeat delivers an essential remix double LP through Sasha’s Last Night On Earth back catalogue.

XOROS: XOROS

Will Ward and Jack Wyllie join forces to explore textural liminality across their craft on this off-kilter debut LP on Truant Recordings.

Rhythms Of The Pacific Volume 4

Pacific Rhythm return with a sun-shaken release featuring the likes of Khotin, Active Surplus and Wolfey, the fourth of their Rhythms of the Pacific compilation series from the online record store-turned-label.

Squarepusher: Be Up A Hello

‘Be Up A Hello’ is a fantastic addition to an already stellar canon of work, and while this album may remind you of Squarepusher’s earlier work, it doesn’t feel retro in the slightest.