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Gary Gritness
The Legend of Cherenkov Blue

Gary Gritness presents The Legend of Cherenkov Blue, a concept album. The story it tells is a futuristic Noir, featuring murderers, spies and lovers To tell the story Gritness has produced an incisive and visceral electro-funk that has the fluidity of something on Brainfeeder. It's actually on Hypercolour.
  • Vinyl Double LP (HYPELP13)
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DMX Krew
Glad To Be Sad

Does DMX Krew ever sleep? Maybe he’s found a way to work while he gets his 40 winks, because it’s surely impossible to be this prolific with the daylight hours alone. After three EPs in the space of as many months the Breakin’ Records boss now comes through with a whole full-length for Hypercolour. Glad To Be Sad is, of course, a superb collection of retro-tinged house and electro.
  • Vinyl Double LP (HYPELP12)
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Taraval
No Coast

In four psychedelic and disorienting tracks, Taraval’s EP ‘No Coast’ immediately pushes the listener into claustrophobic isolation. Two tracks in though, and the native San Franciscan adds spatterings of colourful hopefulness, like an unexpected bunch of daffodils in a techno dungeon. It’s the electronic equivalent of the arrival of spring. Taraval has previously released under Four Tet’s Text Records label. 
  • Vinyl 12" (HYPE069)
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The Cyclist
Sapa Inca Delirium

Lo-fi house throbber and presumed cyclist The Cyclist (one Andrew Morrison) puts on the exotica hat for this one. Sapa Inca Delirium explores South American mysticism for its narrative and visual imagery. The album ranges between dreamlike downtempo (‘Antiexist’) and big, smoggy thumpers (‘Inhale/Exhale’, which features Tanaya Harper).
  • Vinyl Double LP (HYPELP10)
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DMX Krew
Strange Directions

Never one to sit still, British producer DMX Krew has had releases on Ekster, Shipwrec, Strange Life, Central Processing Unit and Rephlex, and now brings his 21st album to Hypercolour, aptly sharing the platform with the likes of Matthew Herbert and Luke Vibert. Strange Directions is a heady slab of IDM/electronica made up of slick synthetic breaks and razor-sharp electronics.

DMX Krew
You Exist

Veteran producer (under a plethora of names) DMX Krew lands 9 new tracks of shiny electronics, showcasing an easy mastery of synth-pop, electro, IDM and techno, built up over a lengthy career. The melodies are damn fine and the rhythms are moveable: You Exist gives off fun vibes all round. Released by Hypercolour.