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Fatboy Slim
Eat Mash Rave Repeat

Haven’t seen many new musical releases from Fatboy Slim lately, but here he is with seven inches of sound: an acapella version of Eat Sleep Rave Repeat and a collaboration with the beat-boxing Beardyman. Plus! An edible insert that reportedly tastes like vanilla. Well. Eat Mash Rave Repeat is a limited yellow vinyl 7” pressing.

Dave Clarke
The Desecration of Desire

Heeeeeee’s back folks! Yes, its Dave Clarke, the big-style techno producer, returning with his first album for fourteen years. And it's an interesting one, reflecting various interests beyond techno that Dave has been honing over the years, including new wave, industrial and noise. Lots of voices turn up on The Desecration Of Desire, with guest vocalists including Mark Lanegan, Anika and Gazelle Twin. On Skint.

Toydrum
God Song (Frank Wiedemann Remixes)

Record store day release of Toydrum’s God Song, taken from their Evangelist album made with Gavin Clark and has been remixed by German producer Frank Wiedemann (Âme/ The Howling) and turned into a thumping, synth-heavy house track. Comes with a previously unreleased dub version by Wiedemann. Highly limited.

Sailor & I
The Invention of Loneliness

Sailor & I is one of those projects that grabbed people's’ attention big-time with a few big-deal Soundcloud uploads a few years ago. Now a full album’s-worth of material is ready to go! The Invention Of Loneliness is informed by club electronics and songwriting both, with a healthy streak of epic ambient synth-texture in there for good measure. This debut full-length is released by Skint.

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