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Darkstar: Civic Jams

“Civic Jams may have been produced before the current climate, but arguably only personifies the here and now, adding to the ambience of what we make
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C.K: Chrome EP

“Although the Regelbau lot may not be breaking ground they once were, C.K’s latest is testament to the remarkable consistency of the crew” For a moment,
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Bibio: Sleep On The Wing

“The mix of traditional folk, a pinch of psychedelia, field recordings, and a timeless sonic aesthetic makes for a wonderful listening experience” Master Indian Raga singer
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Photay: Waking Hours

“This record is Photay dismissing the self-conscious pressure that we often feel to productively fill our waking hours” Advocates for a productive lifestyle are on the
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Dial 2020: Part One

“While this sampler does certainly refine the classic Dial sound, it proves that as the label starts their next decade, they still have plenty of new
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Syz: Mindforms

“Mindforms is a mature, intelligent expedition from a producer who has worked hard to carve out his eye-catching palate.” These problematic times have spurred a call
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Active Surplus: Active Surplus

Toronto’s Ian Syrett and Evan Vincent collaborate as Active Surplus to deliver another essential 4-track EP on Pacific Rhythm.

Natureboy Flako: Ambitus of Beauty

Subtitled ‘Moments, Scenes & Soundscapes’, Natureboy Flako’s latest album ‘Ambitus of Beauty’ has a distinctly cinematic air.

GAS: Oktember

Originally released in 1999, ‘Oktember’ by GAS now sees a timely reissue through Kompakt featuring the track ‘TAL-90’ for the first time.

Phillip Sollmann: Monophonie

Monophonie is a generational triumph for music – a pioneering hypothesis album that achieves all of its goals and more.

OL: SORM

OL’s latest 10″ on Gost Instrument delivers six tracks that nosedive into futuristic blazing digi dub, broken hip-hop beats and electronica.

Lurka: Rhythm Hi​-​Tek EP

Lurka drops his long-awaited ‘Rhythm Hi-Tek’ on Timedance – four tracks gliding between the rhythmic stereotypes of techno, dancehall and electro with ease.