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ANFS: #011

“ANFS submerges us into his unique psychedelic-industrial soundscapes composed of harsh, rhythmic noises interwoven with sharp, grieving synths” In March, as Greece commemorated 200 years of
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Eomac: Cracks

“Eomac delivers a euphoric selection from his ever-developing reserve, and momentarily alleviates the static of an industry on hold” With an abrupt surplus of time, ‘Cracks’
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Facta: Blush

“Even in the rowdier moments on ‘Blush’, we see the signs that Facta is spreading his wings beyond genre” Among the wide family of UK labels
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Origamibiro: Miscellany

“A quiet phenomenon, touching on the brilliance of Penguin Cafe Orchestra and simultaneously aligning itself on parallel with ‘environmental’ ambient music from Japan” Denovali Records release
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Kentaro Hayashi: Peculiar

“The Osaka-based mastering engineer’s production debut is granted the platform it thoroughly deserves, on potentially the most appropriate label for its release” *This review is part
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object blue: Grotto

“Grotto is another daring plunge into flexing the boundaries of experimental techno” Even with a reasonably discreet back catalogue, object blue has risen to prominence as
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Vril: Alte Seele

“Despite featuring just one track from Vril, ‘Alte Seele’ is a career-defining moment for the producer, marking a left turn his mostly dub-infused sound” After a
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