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A New Line (Related)
Our Lady Of Perpetual Fucking Succour

Somewhere between Detroit and Berlin - Lancashire to be precise, dwells Andrew Johnson (The Remote Viewer / Hood). Between gobbling up his native cuisine of hot-pots he’s managed to follow up his well received self-titled 2014 long player as ...view item »

MALK
Death From A Love

What an excellent record. We've heard this so much in the office over the past few weeks and I've heard it through my own earphones more times that I can remember. What this album gives, is a complete submersion into a world of samples and repetitive beats, but without the dull feeling of wishing it was over. It's honestly up there with one of m...view item »

Bracken
High Passes

‘High Passes’ is the fourth long player (not counting ‘Remixes’) from Yorkshire artist Chris Adams. For many of our readers an artist who requires no introduction as his work has appeared numerous times on these pages over the years - as founding/ core member of the highly influential/ revered experimental post-rock ban...view item »

Fieldhead
We’ve All Been Swimming

I'm not sure if anyone has ever wondered what Arthur Russell would sound like if he was still with us and releasing records on Ghost Box, but should that question ever be asked I would refer them to this album. This is a beautiful release, which whilst understated and relatively quietly spoken has a resonan...view item »

Mahatma X
A Mobtown Suite Vol 1

Pretty much any half decent hip-hop producer who has a way with a stoned beat and adds a stutter to a loop gets comparisons with Dilla. It is simultaneously a tribute to the lasting legacy of James Yancey who passed over a decade ago now; a poor reflection on genre that someone who passed over a decade ago is still seen as ahead of th...view item »

The Green Kingdom
Prismatic

Northern stable of audio pastoralism Home Assembly has been hoovering up some fine talent in recent times. Now they're aiming their sights over the Atlantic, towards a man in Michigan, Michael Cottone, who likes to tinker about with twinkly ambient moods, guitar processing & occasional drifty, downtempo beatsmithery. This is another of those...view item »

Peptalk
Islet

The folks in Peptalk usually hang about with experimental artists who make transgression their first port of call: some of them have played with noise interrogators Thurston Moore and Yoko Ono, others with the nervous ball of artful energy that is Xiu X...view item »

Yuri Lugovskoy
Yuri Lugovskoy

My first encounter with Yuri Lugovskoy’s music was around two and a half years ago through his debut CD (also self-titled) on Moteer. The Ukranian artist’s sophomore album is released o...view item »

Fieldhead
They Shook Hands For Hours

Fieldhead is Paul Elam from Leeds collective The Declining Winter. Paul currently sports a curious style of beard and is quite often spied in & around the various beer hostels of West Yorkshire with a friendly smile on his chops seeking, or hosting, quality live entertainment. His debut CD proper - 'They Shook Hands For Hours' - is out now, courtes...view item »

Northerner
I Am On Your Side

The Clint home stereo is the most fickle of mistresses with its Roman Abramovich style approach to hiring and firing each hopeful release daring to kneel before its crown. One disc that has managed to escape its wrath over the past month or so has been this, the excellent third album from...view item »

Insecto
Post Edit de un Cromosoma

What a surprise, Insecto does actually sound like insects. Chilean producer Jimmy Pizzaro appears to have metamorphosed into the audio equivalent of a stag beetle, with massive pincers ripe for some sample chopping. If you’re into intricately arranged little snippets of sound, then this’ll get your pincers waggling too. The e...view item »

The Big Eyes Family Players
'Oh!'

Sorta folkies The Big Eyes Family Players haven’t made a peep of that thing we call “sonic art” in six years, so you can understand they’d be a little confused. Having made meditative instrumental music and the kind of pastoral, star-gazing ballads worthy of a field and a wooden gate, they now return somewhere in the betw...view item »

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