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Otik: Thousand Year Old Stare

Otik makes his debut on Gobstopper Records with a Spring-ready EP of sun-soaked density, in a gloriously experimental setup.

Ital Tek: Outland

Ital Tek’s seventh album ‘Outland’ imposes on the listener a kind of comfortable claustrophobia, inviting us inward to melt in the ravine he has created.

Dresvn: Metro EP

Returning with a collaboration between SVN and Acido co-founder Dynamo Dreesen as Dresvn, SUED pick up where it left off.

Ido Plumes: Away From The Reign

Ido Plumes debut EP on Livity’s reverse series dnuoS ytiviL takes cues from the catalogue of the Bristolian institution and the mutated strains of UK techno that continue to emanate from the city.

Hodge: Shadows In Blue

What we get on ‘Shadows In Blue’ is the best of all of Martin’s world – ambient and experimental passages held together by certified bangers.

Capitol K: Birdtrapper

‘Birdtrapper’ puts the dance floor front and centre, representing – according to Robinson – the “sound of an initiation rave in a utopian hidden village”.

420: 420

Lustwerk made the 16 tracks during the lockdown period over the last month and he strikes you as someone who would be perfectly happy to self-isolate, hibernate and keep working on the music.

Roza Terenzi: Modern Bliss

D.Tiffany’s imprint Planet Euphorique swings back into orbit with nothing less than Roza Terenzi’s debut album ‘Modern Bliss’ and it is every bit the record you were hoping for.

K-Lone: Cape Cira

For those that are looking for substance outside the realms of Tiger King and TikTok impressions, Heavenly renaissance, wherefore art thou? Seek recluse in Cape Cira, the debut album from K-Lone.

Leafar Legov: Mirror

Much effort has clearly been made to establish Mirror’s cohesive sound. Legov succeeds in pulling the listener in from the outset, providing them with a warm, welcoming realm for contemplation.

Soela: Genuine Silk

Rather than being a colloquial mesh together of singles with some filler, ‘Genuine Silk’ is a statement, a sign of the times, a partner in crime for the ambience that is your current purgatory…

Elevate Festival 2020

Elevate Festival’s goal is all within the name: raise the right questions, push for higher thinking and uplift the individual spirit through musical prowess and artistic talent.

Andrea: Ritorno

Following a string of extended players on Ilian Tape, Andrea steps up to offer his debut album, where he demonstrates he has all of the skills required for great artist status.

Farwarmth: Momentary Glow

Farwarmth’s debut release on Planet Mu sees the Portuguese artist exploring the static possibilities of ambient noise and the existential release that comes through collaboration.

Nathan Fake: Blizzards

Nathan Fake’s latest album ‘Blizzards’ sees a return to a more familiar template, away from the dense textures of ‘Providence’ towards the nervous energy of ‘Steam Days’.