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I Hate Models: L’Âge Des Métamorphoses

I Hate Models ‘L’Âge Des Métamorphoses’ offers variations of hard-hitting drums, uptempo rushes and unrelenting rhythmic aggression – the latter certainly bearing influence, leastwise the overall sounds and mood, which shall please Perc Trax fans and the likes effortlessly.

Pataphysical: Periphera

The ever-essential 12th Isle serve some truly peripheral music as the latest addition to their catalogue from live-focussed London trio Pataphysical.

Brunnen: The Garden Of Perpetual Dreams

Rarely does an album’s title so perfectly reflect it’s narrative and mood. To listen to The Garden of Perpetual Dreams is to experience the immaculately-tended, Freeky Deeky forest of Brunnen’s mind.

GALA Festival 2019

As London’s nightlife and party scene is increasingly monopolised by the big clubs and big events, it’s important to recognise and support the grass-roots manoeuvres. GALA is a great place to start, and definitely one to keep an eye open for this time next year.

Marco Shuttle: The Vox Attitude Remixes Vol.2

Featuring remixes from Atom TM and Pessimist – Marco Shuttle has curated an extremely solid, imaginative and pumping selection that not only keeps the diggers happy but one which offers DJs tools directly aimed at the dance floor.

Funky Doodle: Live From Yellowknife

These three tracks are taken from a 2017 New Year’s morning performance by Funky Doodle, a one-off collaboration between James K, Draveng, and DJ Richard, at a small house somewhere in the rural Canadian town of Yellowknife. Despite the intentionally cheeky name, the music is anything but and captures an especially intimate ambient set from three masters of moody electronics.

Batu: False Reeds EP

Regardless of how you want to indulge in the release, the sheer range in sculpting each sound is an instrument in itself on ‘False Reeds’ that makes Batu one of the most original producers out of the UK.

Actress x Stockhausen sin {x} II at The Royal Festival Hall

On the evening of the 14th of May, Actress performed a standardly unique piece of new avant-guard music, a rehash of late classical pioneer Stockhausen’s Welt-Parliament, in no less a venue than The Royal Festival Hall at the National Theatre in London.

Coco Bryce: Beats Like This

Beats Like This is a rehash of a ’90s sound, but like the best bits of modern jungle, it shows that the genre’s golden era came and left too soon.

Acronym: Mistress of the Copper Mountain

Acronym has long been more than worthy of attention, and now with Stilla Ton further cementing the reputation there’s all the more reason to watch: he has another outlet to release music through.

Gaunt: She’s No Patsy

Not So Much only rears its head occasionally, but each time it pops up with something weirder than the usual fare gripped in its teeth. The latest offering goes to show not only that Gaunt is stepping into stride, but also that Not So Much remains worth keeping an eye out for, however long we have to keep ’em peeled.

Kasper Marott: ​Forever Mix EP

Following on from Kulør’s thunderous VA debut that concentrated on the accelerated, powerhouse sounds of the Stockholm’s techno scene, this release sees the focus shift to the more softer side of the scene that is perhaps sometimes unfortunately overlooked.

Alessandro Adriani: Morphic Dreams

Following from the ‘Embryo’ EP, Adriani unleashes his full album, delving deeper into the conceptual constructs introduced on the precursor with analogue formations blessed by Adriani’s highly developed taste for pace and friction.

People Plus: Third Space

Drawing inspiration from a Marilyne Blais painting hanging in their studio, People Plus’ Third Space EP is an ambitious exercise in synth-funk synesthetics.