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The 65D Mavericks
Estrangement Of The Past

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Various
Electri_city 2

If you ever feel you’ve had enough of your Kraftwerk albums (as if..), for the the time being anyway, Gronland have put together this excellent compilation showcasing the Dusseldorf electronic scene from the 70s and 80s. Featuring tracks from neu!, wolfgang flür, daf, wolfgang riechmann, and so many more. Crucial.

Mark Ernestus' Ndagga Rhythm Force
Walo Walo

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Thomas Brinkmann
A Certain Degree of Stasis

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Mark Pritchard
Under The Sun

Under the Sun is the hugely anticipated solo album from Mark Pritchard, his first in 5 years. Features guest performers Beans from Anti-Pop Consortium, Thom Yorke, Linda Perhacs, and Bibio. Opening with ‘?’ which was initially released 7 years ago, moving through abstract glitches and anolog synth drones Pritchard is still up there as a great experimenter.

Lamont
Titanic / Eyes Closed

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Various
Bay Area Retrograde (BART) Vol. 2

The BART is the rail transport system which connects San Francisco's Bay Area, and so it should come as no surprise that this is a compilation of music from that area around the late '70s and early '80s. With contributions from the likes of Factrix, Chrome and Tuxedomoon as well as lesser known artists from the scene, this compilation records the strange motorik mixture of krautrock, synthpop and no-wave that was spreading across the bay like a rash.

patten
Ψ (Psi)

That little fork sign is a Greek numeral that means 'Psi', a perfect representation of the deconstructed club music that is presented on this the duo's second LP for warp. Throughout they use influences from industrial music, UK dance, footwork and techno to present a multi-layered psychedelic form of dance music. Artwork is by 555-5555 ... sure to be noted at some point by Get In the Sea. 
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Shit & Shine
Good White... Good Green

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Occult Orientated Crime
Just A Clown On Crack

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Senking
Waiting Alpine

Senking is based in Cologne and has released on Raster-Noton, so cool, clipped digital productions come naturally to him. The 2 new tracks presented on Waiting Alpine have a big underwater vibe: each element has a deep reverberation, as if echoing around the ocean floor. 7” on -OUS in a striking holographic sleeve.
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Inkke
Secret Palace

Inkke has been bubbling up through the fertile Glaswegian club scene fostered by institutions like Numbers and LuckyMe for a few years now: this EP release puts his sound within the reach of non-Scots. Secret Palace is a shiny, dramatic set of productions, set to knock new visions into the minds of clubbers everywhere. Out on LuckyMe.

Eric Copeland
Black Bubblegum

Black Dice dude Eric Copeland continues to create music that somehow sounds completely messed-up and rather poppy: Black Bubblegum indeed. This new album is particularly dub-focused, skanking up and down and round and round, festooned with all sorts of weird slices of sound. CD or pink-coloured vinyl on DFA.

nonkeen
Oddments Of The Gamble

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Object Agency
A Revolution in Customer Service

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Synkro
Changes Remix EP

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Healing Force Project
Gravitational Lensing EP

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Parc en Ciel
Path Integral

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Aphex Twin
Cheetah

The king of the bleeps descends from his Scottish castle to sell us a new piece of plastic music made by old synths, haggard robots, and your ringtone. Judging by the ludicrous, 50s-product-ad press release supplied by the good folks at Warp, you will be buying an actual synthesiser, but instead he'll probably encode the circuit diagrams into the vinyl grooves. Mysterious bastard. Will it be as good as his son's music, or do we have a new analord incoming? Who knows. We also had some cassettes but now we don't.

The Avalanches
Wildflower

Not many bands allow sixteen years to pass between their debut album and the follow-up, but Aussie electro-trip hop outfit The Avalanches aren't like many bands. Highly acclaimed first LP 'Since I Left You' attracted a lot of attention, and fans of the band (now sixteen whole years older) will no doubt be frothing at the mouth at the prospect of this unexpected renaissance. Lead track 'Frankie Sinatra' is a killer Vaudeville-inspired nutfest.

Oddgrad
Propaganda Propaganda

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Jon Phonics
Letters To Home

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No-Man
Heaven Taste Remixes

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Concretism
Electricity

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Factory Floor
Dial Me In

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Ø (Mika Vainio)
Kantamoinen

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Muslimgauze / Underspreche
Split

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Sonmi451
The Limbic System

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Thom Sonny Green
High Anxiety

Thom Sonny Green pays the bills by being the drummer in alt-J, but he also has a solo sideline in instrumental electronica. Solo debut High Anxiety is a generously-proportioned set of 21 tracks: some coalesce into hazy beat tracks, others space out into ambience. The man has multiple talents. CD / double LP on Infectious Music.

Fabric
Curiosity Model EP

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Mind Lotion
Altitude Attitudes

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Don't DJ
Ka-Dants

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Various
Kern Vol.3 mixed by Objekt

Kern is the in-house mix series of Tresor, the famed Berlin techno haven. Objekt provides Volume 3, a slick-mixed collection of his favourite DJ tools: think Shanti Celeste, Monojunk, Clatterbox. The whole mix is available on CD, or you can get either ‘The Exclusives’ or ‘The Rarities’ from the selection as standalone 12”s.

Misanthrope CA
Deathbridge

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Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra
Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra

Kate Simko has produced strong work in both the electronic and the composed-classical worlds: this full-length collaboration with the London Electronic Orchestra combines both. The risk with this kind of thing is that one element can feel tacked on to the other, but no such problem here: this album is a fully-formed suite of lush strings, shimmering samples and skipping rhythms. Includes a cover of an xx tune and a collaboration with Katy B.

Wrangler
Sparked: Modular Remix Project

Wrangler’s 2014 album LA Spark was generously handed around to a potent list of electronic producers, with the request that make something new, using “just one analog modular system of your choice”. Those who answered the call include Chris Carter, Scanner and Alessandro Cortini, with 11 versions in all. On MemeTune.

DJ Katapila
Trotro + Bonus Tracks

Awesome Tapes From Africa presents 4 cuts from Ghanaian producer DJ Katapila, who is clearly a force to be reckoned with. These tracks are clean and minimal but also packed with rhythms, leading to frantic dance movements. A well-placed drop of a Katapila tune could really boil things over in the club. 2 of the tracks on Trotro haven’t been pressed to vinyl before, so jump on board!

Lindstrom
Windings EP

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Jansen / Barbieri / Karn
Breakable Moons

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Jasss
Mother

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Sordid Sound System
Lux Exterior

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Andrzej Nowak
Cocktail Paint

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I Am The Cosmos
Letting It Go

Groove-stepping electronics from the fair city of Dublin. I Am The Cosmos are an electro-pop duo for whom every track feels like its own 12” remix: they are proper songs, with vocals and everything, but they expand into space in the same way as a premium dancefloor cut. 2 new tracks on Letting It Go, plus a Lumigraph remix of the title track.

Various
Total 16

Every year, like clockwork, Cologne’s Kompakt label releases a Total compilation, and everything feels right with the world. How could it not with such a large dose of smooth, warm minimal techno-pop pulsing through the speakers? The 2CD edition has 25 tracks: the 2LP edition has fewer, but is more DJ friendly, and also includes 3 vinyl exclusives.

Om Unit
Friend of Day

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Prosopo
Prosopo (ΠΡΌΣΩΠΟ)

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Container
Vegetation EP

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James Ferraro
Rerex

Former the Skaters chap and actual skater James Ferraro has forged an idiosyncratic path over the last few years producing a dazzling array of musical styles and in fact winning the coveted the Wire Album of the Year in 2011. 'Rerex' is a wildly ambitious three hour extravaganza using cheap casios, loops and found sounds to lull us into his musical world.  

Stefan Jos
Things You Left Behind

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Andy Stott
Luxury Problems

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Dead Fader
It Works 1

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The Assistant
Gristleizer

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Todd Terje & The Olsens
The Big Cover-Up

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KETEV
I Know No Weekend

Berlin based Yair Elazar Glotman is constantly blurring the lines between sound art and contemporary music. With his KETEV project his create lush, almost glittery spacious sounds with multiple whirring tape loops, with slow percussive pounds that create voids in beautiful tapestries.  A definite must for fans of anything from Blackest Ever Black, Opal Tapes and acts such as EmptySet, Raime and Andy Stott.

Tale Of Us
North Star / Silent Space

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High Water
Crush

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Vaghe Stelle
The Full Stream Ahead : The Prologue

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Raime
Tooth

The second album from Raime lands with a bang: 8 tracks of precision-tooled bass-shudder and industrial wobble. Tooth feels like it has a huge amount of power kept tightly under control, the spindly guitar lines and post-dancehall dynamics acting as a straightjacket, keeping the tension high. A strong return, out on Blackest Ever Black.

ORKA
Va∂

ORKA, who feature a former member of Dälek, use a mixture of homemade instruments and synth-electronics to make their sound, sampling and arranging everything to form a curiously organic kind of techno / not-techno. Va∂ is their latest record: they’ve taken a more direct, rough-and-ready approach to this one, so you get unadulterated ORKA here.

Jib Kidder
New Works for Realistic Mixer

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Miss Red
Murder

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Belarisk
Moments In Shapeshifting

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Koenraad Ecker
Sleepwalkers in a Cold Circus

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Frank Bretschneider
Isolation

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Der Zyklus
Cherenikov Radiation

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Matthew Herbert
A Nude (The Perfect Body)

This is a Matthew Herbert album, so naturally all the sounds are taken from one particular source. This week, the source is a naked body! As the track titles indicate, this particular body does all kinds of things over the course of the day / album, including ‘moving’ and ‘shitting’. A Nude (The Perfect Body) is a double CD release on Accidental.

Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler
Le Revelateur

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J.D. Emmanuel
Trance Formations II: Into Separate Realities

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Francisco Meirino
Surrender, Render, End

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DMX Krew
The New Age Travellers

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Brian Case
Tense Nature

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Kneebody + Daedelus
Kneedelus

Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder imprint is constantly upping the ante when it comes to fusing deep electronic production and the freedom of jazz playing. Here Jazz quintet Kneebody pair up with equally face-paced and ever changing producer Daedelus. Aptly titled Kneedleus their two worlds collide, with a high energy burst, where you can’t really tell which is taking the lead… if, infact, any of them are!  

Suokas
The New Cycle

The New Cycle is meant to be ‘electronic music without the electronics’: the elements at its foundations are orchestral instruments (from both the Western and the Karelian traditions) and field recordings. The results, clicked into a techno-derived grid, are pretty damn lush and melodic: Suokas has pulled off a smart sonic trick. Edition of 500 LPs on Prah Recordings.

Natalie Beridze
Guliagava

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Bruce
Steals

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Police Des Moeurs
Ceux Qui Restent

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Powder
Born Free 22

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Karen Gwyer
Kiki The Wormhole

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Boche
Stencil

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DJ R Tango
Road to Freedom

Road To Freedom is the first time ever that the work of DJ R Tango has been properly released: exciting times. The Hungarian producer conjures some potent landscapes out of what sounds like a shed-full of battered electronics: over the course of the album, brutal distorted beats fall back to allow synth-ambience to shine. Cassette release on Reject and Fade.

Helm & Decimus
We Will Meet At Other Human Parties

Helm (of Luke Younger and Alter Records) & Decimus (Put Murano, NNCK, Kellipah) sees the two come together for a collaborative album, interestingly called; We Will Meet At Other Human Parties. The cover artwork for this one is unnerving enough but the looping, grinding and gurgling sounds within take it to a realm of its own. Desolate bells toll and synths gurgle as if alive, or indeed, undead.

CoH
Return to Mechanics

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Karachi Files
Karachi Files

Brothers Hans and Andi Teichmann (Gebrüder Teichmann) assembled a group of electronic musicians from their native Germany as well as The Maldives and Pakistan. They met in Karachi, Pakistan and converted a house into a temporary studio and begun work. The result is a culturally eclectic and very raw sounding collection of recordings. Double gatefold for your listening pleasure.

Herbarium
Divine Herba

Imagine if somebody took the entire architectural digital concept-art esthetic and turned it into music: that’s what Herbarium sounds like. Electronic soundscapes inhabited by people who might just be digital drawings. Peaceful and carefully measured pads and with hints of industrial drums make Divine Herba an experience that will change your hopes for the future.

Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer
Beatrice Dillon / Karen Gwyer

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Various
XL Chapter VI

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Eilbacher Moskos Moore
SEF III

Fun-time madness from the trio of Duncan Moore, Max Eilbacher and Alexander Moskos. Between them they’ve been heard in projects including AIDS Wolf, Horse Lords and Drainolith, but SEF III comes through like a noisy basement take on GRM electroacoustics: lots of fizz and pop from synths, reel-to-reel tape manipulations and strange vocals. Yeah! Out on Ehse.

Olafur Arnalds
Late Night Tales

Sensitive neo-classical pianist and composer Olafur Arnalds welcomes the listener into his musical taste with this latest edition of the Late Night Tales series. His mix combines plenty of different styles, and includes exclusive tracks from Arnór Dan, Arnalds himself, and actor David Tennant! Both CD and vinyl versions are mixed, but come with download codes for the unmixed original tracks.

Makeness
14 Drops / Acid Dad

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Repeated Viewing
Street Force

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Gigi Masin / Micro Salvadori
Hazkara

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Michel Banabila
Early Works : Things Popping Up From The Past

Michel Banabila is a busy musician, contributing to theatrical plays, documentaries and all sorts over the years. It can be hard to keep track of such an artist, which makes Early Works: Things Popping Up From The Past a valuable release. True to the title, it picks up an array of tasty, subtle and hard-to-find material from the 1980’s. Out on Bureau B.

Alex Menzies
Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams

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The [Law-Rah] Collective & Cinema Perdu
Invocation

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