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Ziúr: ATØ

Berlin-based experimentalist, futurist and producer Ziúr returns to Planet Mu with her second album ‘ATØ’ – a portal to worldwide change, it is as vibrant as the unapologetic and unwavering musical landscape of Berlin.

A.dixen: Death Tapes Vol.2

Made to be experienced as a whole rather than broken down for its stand-out parts, Death Tapes Vol.2 creates an enveloping feeling of airiness and soothing serenity over the course of its twelve finely woven units, balancing the scopic width of its sound design with sharp junglistic onslaughts and full-out breaksy moves bound to make a lasting impact both on and off the dance floor.

Karenn: Grapefruit Regret

Grapefruit Regret is the best reciprocation of why Karenn dominate dancefloors, pounding techno from a complex arrangement of synths that thumps through speakers.

Meemo Comma: Sleepmoss

Lara Rix-Martin marks her first album release on Planet Mu with an eerie ode to the changing seasons on ‘Sleepmoss’. Awash with field recordings and natural ambient tones, Sleepmoss sets a new precedence for Rix-Martin’s work as an artist and her role as commentator to the winds and rain.

Space Dimension Controller: Love Beyond The Intersect

Mr 8040 returns once again as the protagonist in Space Dimension Controller’s follow-up album, ‘Love Beyond The Intersect’. This time, he journeys to escape a planet he crash-landed on following a ‘space dust and vecta grog fuelled burnout.’

Ripperton presents Zendama

Compilations are often a funny beast, often lacking in context or consistency. No such accusation can be levelled at ‘Zendama’, with no weak links on show.

Peak & Swift: Floppy EP

Peak & Swift’s debut extended player is excitingly brave in contrast with Berlin’s sometimes straightforward sonic paradigm.

Teebs: Anicca

Anicca is undoubtedly Teebs’ boldest and most beautiful statement to date, an expansion of his vision and an elevation of his craft.

Joy O: Slipping

Joy O returns with a quiet confidence to Hinge Finger with Slipping EP – an intoxicating brush with dubstep and house, whilst running with an endearing personal touch.

Sleep D: Rebel Force

Something special seems to be happening on Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery’s Incienso imprint. While there is little committed to the internet in terms of label ethos–very much ‘a let the music do the talking’ approach–there is certainly a strong synergy amongst a diverse set of releases.

Floating Points: Crush

A specimen of all the best of Shepherd’s work to date, the steady build-up of ‘Crush’ creates a ripple across all spectres of electronic experimentalism and, though no track exceeds the six-minute bar, the impressions they leave are everlasting. Indeed, ‘Crush’ shows Floating Points in full possession of his art; a true master of his craft.

DJ Richard: Eraser EP

DJ Richard is a portraitist of today’s impalpable anguishes and mystifying contradictions; and, in this regard, his latest instalment for Berlin’s Flexxseal may well be one of his finest and most essential pieces of work to date.

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.

Shorelights: Bioluminescence

Rod Modell and Walter Wasacz join forces as Shorelights once more to deliver a marvel, an opus on deep sea meditations.

HTRK: Venus in Leo

HTRK are here to make you weep. If you’re a walking, talking, fully functioning humanoid I defy you not to be moved by the Melbourne duo’s latest album Venus in Leo.