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Aasthma
Los Angeles

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Mondkopf
How Deep Is Our Love?

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Josiah Steinbrick
Meeting of Waters

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Depeche Mode
Black Celebration | The 12" Singles

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Erik Wøllo
Sources (Early Works 1986-1992)

Smalltown Supersound drop a collection of previously unreleased works from Nordic ambient pioneer Erik Wøllo. The tracks that make up Sources (Early Works 1986-1992) have their genesis in the sessions surrounding Wøllo’s mid-80’s trio of Dreams Of Pyramids, Traces and Silver Beach. Anyone familiar with those LPs will already know of Wøllo’s woozy synth stylings, part-Eno and part-Schulze. Artists such as Boards Of Canada and Prins Thomas owe Wøllo a debt.

Gary Gritness
The Legend of Cherenkov Blue

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Fret
Salford Priors + Versions

Fret is of course Mick Harris, the relentlessly productive heaviness-maestro behind Napalm Death, Painkiller, Scorn… and now this. Salford Priors + Versions presents five different assaults on the track Salford Priors, put forward by Harris himself, Monster X, Stormfield, and Monster X and Stormfield together. Serious stuff mate.

Paco Sala
Our Love Is The Gold

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Mythologen
Antisocial Background Music 2017 – 2019

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Switched On SNES
Secret Of Mana

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Steve Moore
Beloved Exile

Steve Moore is a noted figure within the modern synth community, respected for his soundtrack work and his duo Zombi. Beloved Exile is the first solo studio non-soundtrack album he has made in five years, and Moore leaps on the opportunity to fully follow his own path. Guests including Mary Lattimore and Emel Mathlouthi. On Temporary Residence.
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Dunning & Underwood
The Blow Volume 5

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Flying Lotus
Flamagra

Fresh off making people throw up in the cinema with Kuso, Flying Lotus is back at it again with his latest album Flamagra. As always, the album is a frenetic maelstrom of hip-hop, R&B, jazz, soul, funk, beats, and whatever else Mr Lotus managed to put on between joints. He's also managed to fit in enough guests for a decent music festival with Solange, Tierra Whack and George Clinton appearing as well as lots (and lots) more.

Soft Issues
Soft Issues

Soft Issues, Leeds’ finest new power electronics outfit, release their debut full-length via Opal Tapes (Karen Gwyer, Wanda Group). A duo who also turn out for (among others) Cattle and The Shits, together they make a screeching racket of electronic drums, synths and machine malfunctions. This is all topped off by vocals that range from a snarl to a scream. We hear they love Afrobeat, though there's no evidence of that across these eleven tracks. 50p extra garlic.

HXE
INDS

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Dennis Young
Primitive Substance

Dennis Young began work on the Primitive Substance LP with Andy Gomory in the second half of the 1980’s, laying down basic tracks at Gomory’s studio in New Jersey. Over the next fifteen-odd years the ex-Liquid Liquid fellow Young continued to expand the material, bringing in various guests to build on the vaguely fourth-world-ish rhythm tracks he’d laid down with Gomory. The resulting record, only now getting a release through Athens Of The North (J.O.B. Band, Brief Encounter), is a funny mix of New Age grooves and jazz-fusion techniques. Think My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts.

Howlround
The Debatable Lands

Touch Records (Oren Ambarchi, Philip Jeck) drop an LP of phasing experiments from Howlround. Howlround mastermind Robin The Fog created all of the sounds on this record with nothing other than some loops of tape and a microphone. Stretching and bending his tape ala Steve Reich, the resulting record is a set of jittery concrete pulses.

Zomby
Vanta

The shadowy electronic artist known as Zomby moves over to Bedouin Records for his latest 12” EP. Consisting of five tracks of comparatively unreconstructed techno that sounds nothing like dubstep - at least in comparison to his previous outings - Vanta looks likely to be another fascinating addition to a discography that’s dipped a toe in basically every sub-genre of British dance music going. 

Higher Intelligence Agency & Biosphere
Birmingham Frequencies

In 1996, Biosphere (Geir Jenssen) and Higher Intelligence Agency (Bobby Bird) released an influential concert recording of live ambient soundscaping and chilled electronics atop a mountain in ’sphere’s home town of Tromsø. Did you know that the pair would go on to repeat the process in HIA’s home city of Birmingham? You probably did. With a distinctly more urban feel for obvious reasons, Birmingham Frequencies is every bit as excellent as its predecessor.

Letherette
EP3

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SPIME.IM
Exaland

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K-X-P
IV

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The Exaltics
II Worlds

II Worlds sees The Exaltics (Robert Witschakowski) back on Clone West Coast Series for the first time in half a decade. Witschakowski marks this occasion with a set of deliciously dark astral electro. These tracks are sort of like the sonic equivalent of when things start to go south in Alien. No cats though.

MATTHS
Velocet

Synthy beats with a very satisfying build from MATTHS (no I don't know what that second 'T' is for). Reminds me of some of James Holden's more euphoric moments, with modular synth lines all colliding in a million different ways. Highlight is the a-side which is probably as much of a pick-me-up as a fresh cup of coffee.
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Fith
Swamp

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OL
Dismeteo

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New World Science
Osmos (Movements)

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Brick Reds, Black Mauves
Brick Reds, Black Mauves

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Galaxian
Golden Armageddon

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Suzanne Ciani
Buchla Concerts 1975

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Yellow Magic Orchestra
Technodelic

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Underworld
DRIFT SONGS

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OKADA
Life Is But An Empty Dream

Seventh full-length album from avant-garde artist Gregory Pappas, recording under his moniker OKADA. Consisting of four lengthy pieces of largely ambient but occasionally violent and cathartic electronica, Life Is But An Empty Dream is also the first album from Pappas to ever be pressed on to vinyl.

J-E-T-S
ZOOSPA

Here come the warm J-E-T-S. This is a new team-up between serial club botherers Machinedrum and Jimmy Edgar, and on their wackily-named first LP ZOOSPA the pair use their know-how to create thick, metallic-sounding beats. There’s not really one style you can pin down here - rather, J-E-T-S have that kind of mish-mash R ‘n’ B/hip-hop/EDM sound that works so well for Hudson Mohawke. ZOOSPA is bolstered by some great guest appearances from (among others) Dawn Richard and Mykki Blanco.

Matias Aguayo
Support Alien Invasion

Chilean/German artist Matias Aguayo’s last album was The Visitor in 2013. About the only rule with this chap is that there will be dancing, and this by no means guarantees 4/4 rhythms. In fact, Support Alien Invasion seems dead keen to slip around and between typical time signatures. Aguayo’s impressive success lies in navigating this tricky minimal terrain without losing grip of the party or resembling too closely his stern, clanking German associates.

Sote
Parallel Persia

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Black Zone Magick Chant
Voyage Sacrifice

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Craig Leon
Anthology Of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 2: The Canon

Craig Leon (who produced the first Ramones and Suicide albums!) revisits the ideas he established on his 80s records. Along with regular collaborator Cassell Webb, Leon explores the abstract and the alien to near euphoric effect. Anthology Of Interplanetary Folk Music Vol. 2: The Canon has been a long time coming. It was worth the wait. On RVNG Intl.

LHASA
Acetabularia

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Com Truise
Persuasion System

Los Angeles based Com Truise returns to Ghostly International for his follow up to 2017’s Iteration. This mini LP see the producer take a re-approach to his craft, taking a fresh palette of sounds and techniques whilst retaining his signature 80s/VHS warmth, and of course the Linn Drum is still highly prevalent.

Teleman
Family of Remixes

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Lost Souls of Saturn
Lost Souls of Saturn

An essential for fans of ambient house, this is the full-length debut album from Lost Souls of Saturn, a multimedia project conceived in the live arena by DJs Seth Troxler and Phil Moffa. Lost Souls of Saturn is two LPs’ worth of dub, acid house and all manner of samples sourced from extensive crate-digging.

Electronic Sound
Issue 53 & Vinyl Bundle

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Holly Herndon
PROTO

Like it or lump it, A.I. and other forms of automation are playing increasing roles in everyday human life. It’ll be good and bad, but it won’t be stopped. Tech pop boffin Holly Herndon’s newun PROTO looks to the exciting and optimistic possibilities of ensuring such changes are on human terms. The tracks were created with assistance from her specially trained A.I., Spawn. Attabot, Spawn.

Kelman Duran
1804 Kids

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Atsushi Izumi
Verdigris EP

Osaka based Atsushi Izumi knows how to channel his background in sound design into creating truly potent and destructive techno. Just as capable of using drawn out synths to create tension, as he is in using noisy, fractured drums to detonate said tension. Verdigris EP is pain and pleasure and released by Thrènes Records.

Sonar Base
Transmissions From Beyond Hoag's Object

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D'Arcangelo
D'Arcangelo

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RX-101
EP 3

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Dark Star
Cryonics: 1989 - 1992

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Garland
#2

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SFV Acid
Fire Zone

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My Girlfriend
Apron EP

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Alessandro Adriani
Morphic Dreams

Alessandro Adriani sure does keep busy. As well as running the excellent Mannequin Records, Adriani also cranks out wedges of prime industrial electronics at an impressive clip. His sophomore LP Morphic Dreams finds Adriani back on Stroboscopic Artefacts (Efdemin, L.B. Dub Corp) and running his usual gauntlet of electro, minimal wave, industrial techno and Gothic post-punk.

Eric Copeland
Trogg Modal Vol. 1 (Remixes)

Eric Copeland’s excellent first Trogg Modal LP gets served four ways on this remix set. With its set of lo-fi freak beats, Copeland’s album provides rich pickings for the quartet of Parris, RAMZi, Lokler and Gerry Read to feast upon. As such we get everything from EBM to Balearic house to anti-techno (Lokier, RAMZi and Parris in that order) across Trogg Modal Vol. 1 (Remixes).

Pistol Disco
Organs & Drums / Beat Of The Tune

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Hamilton Scalpel
Hamilton Scalpel

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DMX Krew
Malekko Phase Mod

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Basic Rhythm
On The Threshold

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Ruf Dug
Ruf Dug presents The Committee

On this genre-blending five-track EP of dub, soul and jazz, Manchester-based record store owner and producer Ruf Dug assembles a cast of friends and musical fellow-travellers to present The Committee. Recorded in less than a fortnight at the collective’s own studio in South London, this short but immensely fun collection is a testament to the powers of collaboration. 
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Chaos In The CBD
Midnight In Peckham

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Taylor Deupree & Marcus Fischer
Twine

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Proem
Until Here For Years

Back to the old style for Proem, checking in on the more experimental ends of electronica to see what can be done. Until Here For Years uses abstract details and pieces of data related to synths and such to seed expansive pieces that should viscerally delight as much as thoughtfully intrigue. Released by n5MD.
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Biosphere
The Senja Recordings

Senja lies close to Tromsø, the beloved Arctic Norwegian town and home of Geir “Biosphere” Jenssen. His new album The Senja Recordings comprises both outdoor recordings and studio improvisations created on the titular island. Obviously essential Arctic ambient listening, it’ll Senja into a daze, Senja to a happy state or Senja to sleep.

King Doudou
Novinha / Tremendo Bumbum

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Kedr Livanskiy
Ariadna

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Muslimgauze
Shekel Of Israeli Occupation

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Tracey
Biostar

Vowelophobe Tracey releases his debut album Biostar on Dial (also of Lawrence, Roman Flugel and Efdemin). On it the Netherlands-based producer explores the aesthetics of acid, without committing to its over bearing heaviness. The result is fascinating, acid bass that seems to float in the air, completely untethered.

Pepe Bradock
What a Mess!

Pepe Bradock has titled his latest What a Mess!, presumably referring to the complex and aleatoric construction process behind the record. Random words, spontaneous frequencies, a deconstruction / reconstruction of Pepe’s old first record, and tweaked computer improvisations… All this and more has ended up with these two sides of vinyl, accompanied by visuals and words which you are encouraged to use to draw connections out of the music, should you wish. What a Mess!

Blue House
Gobstopper

Blue House feature James Howard as the guy the guy that writes most of the songs with contributions from Ursula Russell, Dimitrios Ntontris and producer Capitol K. Gobstopper is filled with a kind of expansive, experimental indie pop that takes bits and pieces from a wide range of influences and genres. Limited edition LP on Faith & Industry.

Leon Vynehall
Midnight On Rainbow Road

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Steffi Grafs Innere Ruhe
Untitled

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Master of Illusions
B09

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Melody As Truth (Jonny Nash & Suzanne Kraft)
Framed Space: Selected works 2014-2017

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Age Reform
Degenerate

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John Beltran / Mark Archer / Future Beat Alliance / Max 404
DE:10.03

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The Misz
The Lonely Crowd

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Bruhahá Babélico / Individual Industry
Outro Tempo - Single Promocional

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Jensen Interceptor
WOD008

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FFT
Regional / Loss

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Jerusalem In My Heart
Daqa’iq Tudaiq

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Kedr Livanskiy
Your Need

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Justin Sweatt (Xander Harris)
Say Your Goodbyes

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Broshuda
You'll Always Stay Beautiful

At a time where neoliberalism is trying to take everything from us, it should be no surprise that even the simple platitudes of a self-care twitter bot can be comforting to some. On You'll Always Stay Beautiful producer Broshuda points to the absurdity of this by using text-to-speech to make those bots vocalists. They are set against chaotic electronic drone, sinking into this digital noise, like an old tweet
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Alex
Samba

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Don't DJ
Laniakea

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Placid Angles (John Beltran)
First Blue Sky

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Unloved
Heartbreak Remixes

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Cygnus
Deep Analysis

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Various
Dancing In Darkness: EBM, Black Synth & Dark Beats From The 80s

EBM?  Electronic Body Music, the sort of dark, proto-techno, industrial music pioneered by the likes of Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire and Deutsch Amerikanische Freudschaft - all of which are included on Dancing In Darkness: EBM, Black Synth & Dark Beats From The 80s. It's a comprehensive look at the darker sounds of the '80s and includes many dancefloor fillers and off-the-wall noises. 

Snow Ghosts
A Quiet Ritual

Following the first phase of their career, which saw an incredible nine records in a little over three years, Snow Ghosts return with yet another studio album, A Quiet Ritual. Their entrancing and weighty blend of electronica and post-rock this time encompasses a number of unusual instruments, including an Iron Age horn excavated from a site in Scotland. 

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