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Andy Stott
It Should Be Us

Creating his music with mathematical precision, Manchester-based artist Andy Stott gives us his first new music in three years, a double EP titled It Should Be Us. Following the release of 2016’s Too Many Voices album, it’s serving as a danceable stop-gap before another studio album, scheduled for 2020. 

Rainer Veil
Vanity

It’s been an incredible five year wait for Rainer Veil to deliver a debut album, but the dazzling, pin-point sonic details of the world they’ve created with Vanity makes it worth every minute. The effortless feel seems to have been down to a less exacting and more relaxed approach than their first two EPs all that time ago. 
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Lucy Railton
Paradise 94

Busy cellist Lucy Railton, who has all sorts of album credits from Bat for Lashes and Jamie Cullum to Bonobo, has her own album this time. Out on Modern Love, it’s an uncompromising look at the possibilities of the cello and the studio. Railton draws fearsome, pulsing rasps, wails and drones out of the instrument, while mangled samples and granular textures thicken the sound into more diverse ‘scapes.

Zomby
Mercury’s Rainbow

Modern Love finally issue Zomby's Mercury Beats, his attempt at re-imagining Wiley's Eskibeat series of releases. Made a while ago while his body clock was all out of whack, the pieces are methodical and rhythmic takes on grime that if released at the time may have shifted the course of grime. We think that is what the press release is saying but you can never be sure. 
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Phillippe Hallais
An American Hero

Philippe Hallais has been producing as Low Jack for some time, but here he steps out under his own name for the first time, presenting some rather different experiments. An American Hero finds Hallais taking on the tropes of, er, ESPN sports documentaries, presenting a suite of ambientish tracks that trace out the ghost of one of these generic narratives. An American Hero is released by Modern Love.