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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.

Pelada: Movimiento Para Cambio

Following two excellent EPs on Canadian imprint New, ‘Movimiento Para Cambio’ marks Pelada’s debut album – serving up a smorgasbord of rave synths, acid basslines and breakbeat steeped in political connotations.

rRoxymore: Face to Phase

rRoxymore lands back on Don’t Be Afraid with her debut album ‘Face to Phase’, marking not only the graduation from 12” singles to the coveted Long Player format, but a more considered and effective approach to the artist’s production.

Call Super & Parris: CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK

This is a portrait of two artists with an aptitude for fusing club tracks with experimental elements, synthesising each-other’s styles to create a temporary state of elevation, both direct and elusive.

Aphex Twin at Printworks

Aphex Twin affirms his royal status in worldwide dance music with a ballistic performance for Red Bull Music Festival at Printworks London, combining sound, light and artistic vision.

Barker: Utility

Ostgut Ton follow up their release of Barker’s sterling ‘Debiasing’ EP with an album brim-filled with rich and organic masterpieces that shun industrial stereotypes and elude categorisation.

Lerosa: Bucket of Eggs

‘Bucket Of Eggs’ LP reaffirms the consistently unconventional process and sounds that Lerosa has perfected in the past decade and continues to surprise with consistently remarkable results.

Raw Ambassador: Body Control

Raw Ambassador’s sound is consistently saturated with gritty attitude. Body Control offers up seven tracks of grinding EBM and pneumatic industrial.

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.