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Pulled By Magnets
Rose Golden Doorways

Seb Rochford has already been in Mercury nominated bands Polar Bear and Sons of Kemet and collaborated with the likes of David Byrne and Patti Smith but here strikes out with a totally new project. It is an entirely fresh soundtrack which includes the likes of Neil Charles (Zed-U, Empirical) on bass and Pete Wareham on Saxophone. His back story suggests this could be another one to watch from this talented drum maestro.  
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75 Dollar Bill
Wood / Metal / Plastic / Pattern / Rhythm / Rock

No, 75 Dollar Bill. That's not how you play Tetris. It doesn't even work on paper. Anyway, this is a duo-plus-quintet of people who got together to play such instruments as wood, plastic, and rhythm, making an interesting music that isn't confined to any singular global scene, but definitely sounds like a chamber version of Goat. Long, dusty jams for your eternal journey.
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Jon Hassell / Farafina
Flash of the Spirit

Jon Hassell is best known for his collaborations with non Western music and traditional African acts in a form of music he called Fourth World. On this his 1987 album Flash of the Spirit he records with Farafina - a percussion voice and dance collective. It was recorded by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois and this is its first ever vinyl remaster.  

Pulled By Magnets
Invite Them In

Pulled by Magnets is the recording moniker of Seb Roachford, formerly of jazz bands Sons Of Kemet and Polar Bear. Invite Them In shows the experimental Londoner produce two takes on a track that will definitely get you excited about the forthcoming album, although neither version of the track will appear on it. 
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75 Dollar Bill
I Was Real

Third album from 75 Dollar Bill. Their sound is something like ambient blues? The guitar sound is there, but it's sparse and often left to ring out. Bluesy riffs are looped while percussion grooves along behind it. This all makes I Was Real surprisingly dancey and fun. An incredibly moving album that offers a moving alternative to what minimalism can be. 
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Park Jiha
Philos

Park Jiha first came to our attention with 2018's Communion which was a compelling blend of traditional South Korean musicality with genres like jazz and ambient. On Philos she takes this same approach, but creates tracks of such great density that they can't help filling whatever room they're played in. On tak:til.

Park Jiha
Communion

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