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Pétra
Aunis

Pétra is the new project by Brian Allen Simon (known as Anenon in most circles) and Chantal Chadwick. Comprising of semi-improvised pieces written, recorded, and produced on the Greek island of Nisyros, it takes in Steve Reich-esque minimalism, breathy ambience, and visceral, immediate electronic textures. Out on Injazero Records. 
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Heinali
Anthem

Oleg Shpudeiko has suggested that the existence of this album is linked to a therapeutic journey of recovery from emotional darkness. Given the depth of emotion present in the rich sonic world it presents, this is easy to imagine. The album utilises various methods of production and structuring, blending techniques from Shpudeiko’s modern-classical work with approaches to composition you might find on a film soundtrack. The electronic elements are prominent, with circular repetitions bringing the work close to the very outer reaches of techno and more ambient forms of noise, sat comfortably in the world of soundscape-informed music alongside Abul Mogard or Ben Frost.

Heinali
Iridescent

A new full-length album from busy Ukrainian sound-worker Oleg Shpudeiko, aka Heinali. Iridescent is mostly crafted out of modular synth improvisations, some of which are then reworked and re-ordered to created the finished pieces we hear here. Sometimes deep in ambient drifts, and sometimes pumping beats, this material is always strong for those who like some electronic adventure.

LTO
Storybook

LTO is a part of the Bristolian Old Apparatus collective of electronic explorers, and his solo work continues the highly attentive approach to sound design. On Storybook however, the advanced electronics surround some melodic and melancholy piano lines, making for a less abstracted kind of music. Storybook is released by Injazero.

C. Diab
No Perfect Wave

No Perfect Wave is a stunning tonal mix of bowed guitars and tape manipulation that creates waves of shifting drones that are melancholic yet beautifully uplifting, no tension, just resolve. Arthur Russell, Colin Stetson, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor but if they spent the week with Sigur Ros, you know, to cheer them up a bit.

Matt Emery
Empire

Absolutely no relation to 'hilarious' 1970s 'comedian' Dick Emery, Matt Emery instead makes graceful and devastating music that has been compared to that of Bing & Ruth and Ryuichi Sakamoto. Beautiful dark ambience deftly navigated towards months where there's a chill in the air. Mastered by (you guessed it) Taylor Dupree. 

Steve Gibbs
Adrift

Steve Gibbs presents his debut album, although this may not be the first time you’ve heard his music. Gibbs’ more cinematic compositions have already appeared in film, TV and dance productions, and have been popular on Bandcamp. No surprise really, as his style mixes stately neo-classical piano and strings with subtle electro-acoustic tweakery. Adrift is released by Injazero.

C. Diab
Exit Rumination

Previously wowing us with No Perfect Wave, his emotive and pop-oriented drone vignette record (recorded by opera-looper Ian William Craig), the wondrous C. Diab returns with Exit Rumination. Here he offers more lovely, mountainous music to stare into a valley with. Guitars, trumpets and tapes for fans of those things used out of context.