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Mars89: 2020

Mars89 returns with ‘2020’ – the producer first outing on Natural Sciences, delivering a darkly reinforcing political message through harsh electronics.

Vladislav Delay: Rakka

With an array of powerful, physical samples, Vladislav Delay depicts his intense emotional experiences of a landscape he once described as ‘raw and brutal’.

MHYSA: NEVAEH

Delivering a personal drop of R&B, MHYSA’s ‘NEVAEH’ is the latest addition to the ever-growing off-kilter machine of Hyperdub.

Deadbeat: LNOE In Dub

Dedicated dub archivist Deadbeat delivers an essential remix double LP through Sasha’s Last Night On Earth back catalogue.

XOROS: XOROS

Will Ward and Jack Wyllie join forces to explore textural liminality across their craft on this off-kilter debut LP on Truant Recordings.

Rhythms Of The Pacific Volume 4

Pacific Rhythm return with a sun-shaken release featuring the likes of Khotin, Active Surplus and Wolfey, the fourth of their Rhythms of the Pacific compilation series from the online record store-turned-label.

Squarepusher: Be Up A Hello

‘Be Up A Hello’ is a fantastic addition to an already stellar canon of work, and while this album may remind you of Squarepusher’s earlier work, it doesn’t feel retro in the slightest.

YS: Music Angel

YS and Pace Yourself make a striking debut impression with ‘Music Angel’ EP, paving the way for a lot more artistic wizardry to come.

Natural/Electronic System: Mediterranea EP

natural/electronic.system. mark their second solo outing on Casablanca’s Tikita with ‘Mediterranea’ EP, perfectly showcasing the duos diversity and breadth over tempo and style.

Gacha Bakradze: Extensions

Gacha Bakradze latest extended player ‘Extensions’ pushes breakbeat to the forefront of a techno and IDM-flavoured sound.

Nothing Matters When We’re Dancing Vol.10

‘Nothing Matters When We’re Dancing Vol.10’ is an essential document and complication archiving the spatiotemporal history of Berlin’s iconic party, Cocktail d’Amore. Leaving you with one crucial question: ‘When is the next Cocktail?’

His Master’s Voice: Transition

His Master’s Voice ‘Transition’ is a thoughtful and mature record that demonstrates Bomt’s mastery of additive production techniques.

Doon Kanda: Labyrinth

Jesse Kanda’s debut album ‘Labyrinth’, released on Hyperdub under his alias Doon Kanda, seems to encapsulate this embrace for the weird and the wonderful as a descent into some controlled madness.

Pender Street Steppers: Our Time

Notoriously slow to unveil new music, it’s been two years since Pender Street Steppers released their previous record, now ‘Our Time’ delivers a refreshing and exploratory take on their nonchalantly breezy style.

Quirke: Steal A Golden Hail

Followers of Quirke will be relieved to find that the producer’s first full-length album marks his arrival at precisely the sound that he has been consistently mining for the last five years. And given the quality of his previous output, it should come as no surprise that this vein is both rich and deep.