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Wanderwelle & Bandhagens Musikförening: Victory Over The Sun

Moments like ‘Victory Over The Sun’ and ‘Red Skies’ share a thread with techno, however it is being performed high in the stratosphere as you remain rooted, with kick drums and melodies hidden behind a thick blanket of imposing grey cloud.

Teebs: Anicca

Anicca is undoubtedly Teebs’ boldest and most beautiful statement to date, an expansion of his vision and an elevation of his craft.

Joy O: Slipping

Joy O returns with a quiet confidence to Hinge Finger with Slipping EP – an intoxicating brush with dubstep and house, whilst running with an endearing personal touch.

Sleep D: Rebel Force

Something special seems to be happening on Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery’s Incienso imprint. While there is little committed to the internet in terms of label ethos–very much ‘a let the music do the talking’ approach–there is certainly a strong synergy amongst a diverse set of releases.

Floating Points: Crush

A specimen of all the best of Shepherd’s work to date, the steady build-up of ‘Crush’ creates a ripple across all spectres of electronic experimentalism and, though no track exceeds the six-minute bar, the impressions they leave are everlasting. Indeed, ‘Crush’ shows Floating Points in full possession of his art; a true master of his craft.

DJ Richard: Eraser EP

DJ Richard is a portraitist of today’s impalpable anguishes and mystifying contradictions; and, in this regard, his latest instalment for Berlin’s Flexxseal may well be one of his finest and most essential pieces of work to date.

Even Tuell: Workshop 27

Workshop 27 marks Even Tuell’s first solo outing in 5 years and maintains the enigmatical, emotionally drenched leftism house that has elevated Workshop above much of the mediocrity.

Shorelights: Bioluminescence

Rod Modell and Walter Wasacz join forces as Shorelights once more to deliver a marvel, an opus on deep sea meditations.

HTRK: Venus in Leo

HTRK are here to make you weep. If you’re a walking, talking, fully functioning humanoid I defy you not to be moved by the Melbourne duo’s latest album Venus in Leo.

Pelada: Movimiento Para Cambio

Following two excellent EPs on Canadian imprint New, ‘Movimiento Para Cambio’ marks Pelada’s debut album – serving up a smorgasbord of rave synths, acid basslines and breakbeat steeped in political connotations.

rRoxymore: Face to Phase

rRoxymore lands back on Don’t Be Afraid with her debut album ‘Face to Phase’, marking not only the graduation from 12” singles to the coveted Long Player format, but a more considered and effective approach to the artist’s production.

Call Super & Parris: CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK

This is a portrait of two artists with an aptitude for fusing club tracks with experimental elements, synthesising each-other’s styles to create a temporary state of elevation, both direct and elusive.

Aphex Twin at Printworks

Aphex Twin affirms his royal status in worldwide dance music with a ballistic performance for Red Bull Music Festival at Printworks London, combining sound, light and artistic vision.

Barker: Utility

Ostgut Ton follow up their release of Barker’s sterling ‘Debiasing’ EP with an album brim-filled with rich and organic masterpieces that shun industrial stereotypes and elude categorisation.

Lerosa: Bucket of Eggs

‘Bucket Of Eggs’ LP reaffirms the consistently unconventional process and sounds that Lerosa has perfected in the past decade and continues to surprise with consistently remarkable results.

Raw Ambassador: Body Control

Raw Ambassador’s sound is consistently saturated with gritty attitude. Body Control offers up seven tracks of grinding EBM and pneumatic industrial.