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Blanck Mass: Animated Violence Mild

Animated Violence Mild reflects upon our paradoxically tormented zeitgeist like nothing else; Power performing what may certainly be his very best solo piece to date.

Flying Lotus: Flamagra

This music is full of synaptic electricity, it fizzes with floods of ideas, fidgety, unable to sit still, but simultaneously at peace with itself. FlyLo’s music is decentered, intra-weaving, and laterally combines a myriad of codes, the sonic equivalent of a negative dialectic, Lotus’s compositions simultaneously thump and confound.

Imaginary Softwoods: Gold Fiction Loop Garden

Three years after its initial release, ‘Gold Fiction Loop Garden’ finally receives a widespread release via Field Records – the perfect soundtrack to a day spent foraging for mushrooms.

E-Saggila: My World My Way

Everything about ‘My World My Way’ oozes power, personality, and a massive “fuck you” attitude: you’re in E-Saggila’s world now, and her rule is absolute.

Frag Maddin: Mistress 13

Mistress 13 is a delightfully sprightly session on a label that has often been dusty and understated in tone.

Seph: Tierra del Fuego

Even though the eclectic 4 tracker never quite reaches the heights of the artists that have clearly inspired the Argentinian producer, he nonetheless delivers a refreshing update on a genre many fail to eclipse.

Albrecht La’Brooy: Healesville

‘Healesville’ is pitched as an album to soothe the soul in troubled times and it undoubtedly meets its ambitions. It is the pause button for modern life, an essential piece of augmented reality that rubs at the fraying caused by every day anxiety.

Aisha Devi: S.L.F.

Devi here offers some interesting updates on her earlier ideas: while ‘DNA Feelings’ set up a calmer, static kind of motion tied with bold storytelling qualities, ‘S.L.F.’ finds her confidently revving up the engines onto further club-friendly horizons.

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.

Leif: Loom Dream

Leif continues to provide a diversion from the mainstream crash and thud of banal house music and although ‘Loom Dream’ misses an opportunity to showcase an alternative to that world, it’s still an imaginative piece that you should pick up, go back to and revel in its indigenous beauty.

Dots: Dots

Dots sits firmly at the dead serious, black-turtlenecked end of this scale. It’s a shimmering exercise in restraint, poise and cognitive infiltration; never overtly loud or intense, yet incredibly effective at worming its way to the depths of your psyche.

Raving under the Midnight Sun: Solstice Festival 2019

In a world of endless iterations of soulless festivals filled with advertising and mass-marketing, cliches and tired stereotypes, when something like Finland’s brand new festival Solstice emerges you’re a fool not to grab it while it lasts.

Exael: Dioxippe

On ‘Dioxippe’ Exael branches out into less ambient terrain and explores the harder edges of electro-dub.

Anthony Naples: Fog FM

Although Fog FM is not quite “arms in the air”, take your shirt off ecstasy, it is something a little bit offbeat and unique. And that’s probably why Naples is here to stay.