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Conforce: Haedron EP

Haedron EP marks Bunnik’s twelfth release on Delsin, reflecting the consistency and ability synonymous with his output.

Liquid Soap: Naja Warfare EP

Naja Warfare captivates as much as it dazzles, innervating its tried-and-tested 4/4 dynamics with glowing elements of sci-fi heroics and forward-thinking, off-piste engineering.

Bibio: Ribbons

Bibio’s tenth album is a collection of pretty things, a box of treasures and faded photographs that softly trace the outlines of a rare and precious musical vision.

Logos: Imperial Flood

Over the course of 9 bleak tracks ‘Imperial Flood’ carves something of a tense horror mystery…each track is poised at the precipice of being club-ready, yet slyly avoiding it. One little nudge would be enough: this LP is a weapon in the hands of a shrewd DJ, but an enigma to a less-capable one.

Ulla Straus: Big Room

‘Big Room’ is a small but perfectly formed moment that can’t fail to brighten your mood, a 30-minute flash of light-hearted joy to touch even the crankiest among us.

Mana: Seven Steps Behind

Seven Steps Behind has just the right level of bizarreness that infatuates rather than repulses and it’s that’s fickle balance between order and chaos, beauty and ugliness that make it so intriguing.

Khotin: Beautiful You

In a world full of divisive words, shouting, barracking, and the endless cacophony of online communication, this record valorizes the quiet gesture.

Jan Jelinek & Asuna: Signals Bulletin

Occupying the parallax between Berlin and Kanazawa, Jan Jelinek and Asuna set their sights on far-off stars, creating over the course of a three year period bright, celestial works whilst remaining thoroughly grounded in deeply human production.

Anna Funk Damage: Here Right Now

Here donning his new alias, Anna Funk Damage, for the very first time, Andrea Natale gives birth to a menacing sound imaginarium attired with the kind of nightmarish finery you’d expect to find bordering on Freddy Krueger’s lair on a Friday the 13th.

Dungeon Rap: The Introduction

Ever wondered what Memphis Horrorcore might sound like if it were wrenched out of the Deep South, dragged through the gutter to a Scandinavian doom metal gig and spat out in a modern day industrial estate in Eastern Europe?

Sonmi451: Nachtmuziek

Continuing their reign of solid releases, the label stride onto their 13th with a rare new recruit in the form of Belgian producer Sonmi451.

Fennesz: Agora

Electronic extraordinaire Fennesz supplies four operatic cuts for the Touch label with “Agora”, a rare solo foray by the artist, constructed from what hardware was to hand in his bedroom.

Meitei: Komachi

‘Komachi’ is the producer’s beatific ode to his recently passed Grandmother, a woman he saw as representing a traditional Japanese sense of beauty, sophistication and tranquility that is gradually disappearing.