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Ondo Fudd
Eyes Glide Through The Oxide

First things first - Ondo Fudd is no relation of Elmer, which is a bit disappointing to be honest. However, the pill is sugared when you realise that Ondo Fudd is actually an alias of London techno innovator Call Super - and things improve still further when you drop the needle on Eyes Glide Through The Oxide, an EP of fourth world techno and house in the D. Tiffany/upsammy mode. Be vewwy vewwy quiet.
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One Eleven Heavy
Desire Path

One Eleven Heavy are a country-rock band comprised of Hans Chew along with people who have played with Wooden Wand and Royal Trux. They operate in that slack groove occupied by The Allman Brothers and early-70s Rolling Stones. The band take their name from a short story about a plane crash. This seems to have jinxed them. In the two years spent writing and recording their second album, Desire Path, the band have been through a number of near-death experiences. Adds an edge to the music, I guess.
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One Eyed Wayne
Attack Of The Luxury Flats

In the wake of Sleaford Mods and Hard Left here's another bunch of older lads getting really annoyed with stuff. Taking their cue from the London 'poetry' of Ian Dury this London four piece have made a scabrous, snarling album which has enough melodicism and bite to appeal to fans of the best bits of post-punk and Two Tone era ska. .  

One Happy Island
Your Flaws Aren't Picturesque

One Happy Island is the sound of friends having fun! Brad, Shannon and Meghan recorded this latest album in front of an intimate audience at Armory Sound in Somerville, Massachusetts. The recording is crisp and completely captures their sense of infectious energy and musical aspirations. Although undeniably twee and sporting a cultivated lo-fi sound, there are myriad influences thrown in their musical blender - a little bit of rock n roll, a whole lot of bluegrass and a traditional American folk sound, ala The Carter Family, all mixed together with an effortless glee. 
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Oneohtrix Point Never
Returnal

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Oneohtrix Point Never
Replica

‘Replica’ is the first record that Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin) has made in a studio. It shows, too - there’s greater scope and ambition here when compared to earlier releases like ‘Rifts’, with emphasis shifted somewhat (but not wholly) away from synthesisers. Sampling takes a more prominent role - there’s Falty DL and Flying Lotus in this thing - as well as piano vignettes (‘Replica’) and manipulated vocal tracks (‘Child Soldier’). Everything is suffused with an air of computer-age uncanniness.

Oneohtrix Point Never
KCRW Session

While touring 'Age Of' Oneohtrix Point Never's stage show reached new excesses. Where previously it was one man and his gear, now he was performing with a full band, some dancers, and two sculptures. For a slightly more stripped down live performance, look to 'KCRW Session' being released by Warp Records as one of ten radio sessions to celebrate 30 years.
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Onus
Ratsickles

Debut by Onus presenting six tunes honed from baritone guitar, bass and drums, each hosting intricate, chorus-sung narratives from vague and seemingly remote space-time locations. The music is dark-toned and downbeat; with descending arpeggios and sparse cyclical riffs a-plenty, interlocking with skeletal drums to provide lean bones for nebulous melodies and scuffed harmonies to take hold. Lyrically, the album opens up snapshots of rewilded outskirts, ritual humiliation, generational rifts and dispossessions; mining deep veins of residual cultural memory vivid enough to feel like premonitions. Lighter relief is to be had with more abstract grapplings with mapping the unknowable and framing a response to divine silence. Limited to a measly 50 cassettes with lino-print sleeves, each including a download code.

Onus
Survival Burden

Housed in an icy seascape lino-print, the second Onus release, ‘Survival Burden’ opens with the expansive, oceanic basslines and crashing drums of ‘Urchins’ and ‘Ensimismada’ –with knotty narratives about slums, tsunamis and frozen time, rising up beyond the edges like freak cephalopods from the melodic waves and dissonant undertow. Then we have the claustrophobic space-rock of ‘Headguest’ before side A closes with ‘Schrine’; where a mesmeric build-up of dense arpeggios powers a chant on the arbitrariness of identity. Side B takes us back out to sea with ‘Macey’s Letter’, with a sweet melodic motif engulfed in cascading bass and staggered drum patterns as words about ships, nations adrift and floating coffins are wrung out of the wash. ‘Colt Running’ is a tremolo-twang pop tune about equine abattoirs and ‘Emil’ –a cold-war dirge about skeletons in ashen forests. ‘Nerve Clinic’ ends the set, gleaning odd pearls from a gone-to-seed farmer, housed in a criss-cross glasshouse frame of gleaming bass and cymbal ricochet.

Oogbogo
Oogbogo

Written and recorded on a basic 4-track cassette recorder by Kevin Boog between touring with Meatbodies and released under the name Oogbogo, ‘Oogbogo’ is a true curate’s egg, consisting of just four tracks but providing a suitable home for lots of disparate musical ideas that didn’t belong on any other musical project. 

Opera Mort
Film Works

Opéra Mort are a French experimental electronic duo. Film Works is the follow up to their 2014 album Dédales, released through British Alter, which won great critical acclaim. The duo make weird and freakish sounds from synths, loops, organs and microphone feedback Film Works originated when they played live soundtracks to two films: The Potted Psalm by Sidney Peterson and James Broughton and Dream Work by Peter Tscherkassk. They went on to adapt that performance for this album as a standalone work. 
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Operating Theatre
Miss Mauger

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Opeth
In Cauda Venenum

All rise for Opeth. The Swedish prog-metal titans make it a baker’s dozen of studio LPs with the extremely Opeth-titled In Cauda Venenum (translation: Poison In The Tale). Given that this lot have long ploughed their own furrow it would be silly to compare this music to anyone other than Opeth themselves, so let’s just say that if you’ve dug their wending rock epics before then you’ll likely be able to get behind In Cauda Venenum. One notable feature of In Cauda Venenum is that it comes in both English- and Swedish-language versions.

Oppressed By The Line
Soft Focus


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Ordre Etern
Revolució Soterrada

Ordre Etern are a product of the current Spanish political climate (explicit shout-outs to Goya and Lorca are made in the press release). They aren’t too happy about it apparently, and express this through good old-fashioned industrial drum pounding and vocal howling, with decent amounts of electronics too. Involving former Nurse With Wound collaborator Victor Hurtado. On Magia Roja / Tesla Tapes.
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Oren Ambarchi, Crys Cole, Leif Elggren
Certainly

This unholy alliance between Oren Ambarchi (AUS), Crys Cole (CAN) and Leif Elggren (SWE) took place at a residency in Stockholm’s EMS Studios in 2016. The story goes that the harsh winds blew off the windows, prompting the trio to take desperate measures to stay warm and record. Sounds more like a contact mic passing through a cow’s intestines to me. It’s a good sound.
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Organized Pleasure / Satin Wall
Tropical Stumble / Dans les profondeurs

The grey, depressing landscape of the early ‘80s. We know what it was like in the UK and the US, and it seems there was little difference in Belgium. What else was there to do for the youth other than start a band? Both Organized Pleasure and Satin Wall were formed by disaffected youths. In 1981, following a few gigs, they got their chance to record. Tropical Stumble and Dans les profondeurs were recorded in 1981 and are a document of two bands keeping punk alive that bit longer.

Orior
Still Strange

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Os Ovni
Let's Leave Reality

Os Ovni are an electro-pop duo from Florida. Let’s Leave Reality is their debut album. Psychedelic synthesizer experimentation with glistening harmonies -- speeding through space and time --portray a future world in which we’ll all be looking over our shoulders. Let’s Leave Reality is available on vinyl LP.
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Oslo House
Plateau / Kamo River

Oslo House is a solo project of Phil Serfarty, previously known for spitting fire as part of Omi Palone before that band crumbled into non-existence. Plateau / Kamo River is a good start as a solo artist, changing tack with something a lot calmer and more overtly melodic. This 7” single is housed in a screen-printed sleeve, printed in 1 of 4 randomly-allocated colours. On Trendy Feelings.

OtRoM
Otromatic EP

Glitchy and gut-punching electronics that blends between Aphex Twin subtle mania and the occasional Xanopticon hyper-glitch blast beats. Sounds like unravelling chrome scrapes and reversed flurries of electronic squelches tripping into one another with a sly hint at cohesive form, but they can be short lived. In short, madman, I hope he’s ok.

Our Daughter’s Wedding
Moving Windows

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Our Girl
Live At St Pancras Old Church

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Our Love Will Destroy The World
Blue Eyes Are My Reward


Out Cold
Sorrow


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Oval
Scis

Under the Oval moniker, electronic veteran Markus Popp pulls some organic feel out of the computer he’s used to create his latest opus, Scis. Popp describes it as ‘new vintage’ a way of making old things new and new things seem familiar. All in all it’s another cracker. On Thrill Jockey.
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Overlook
Séance

Overlook is Jason Luxton who also has connections with the labels UVB-76 and The Stone Tapes. His latest 4-track EP, Séance, sees the Bournemouth-based producer in typically non-conformist mood.  His genre blending and straddling includes mixing industrial and ambient sound and a collaboration with Osiris label boss, Mønic
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Overmono
Arla EP

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Overmono
Arla III

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OVVLS
Pain Is Beauty

OVVLS make their debut release, a 7” single they are releasing themselves. Pain Is Beauty was co-produced with Brian Campbell of Clinic, and there is certainly a touch of that band’s creepy psychedelia here. But OVVLS are making their own impact with these 2 compelling songs. 7” pressed to purple and black splatter vinyl.

OVVLS
Winter

A dramatic piece of synth-song from OVVLS. Winter is dominated by potent vocals and very firm drumming: on the second side of the tape is an exclusive spoken-word version. Released as a strictly limited edition of 50 cassettes by OVVLS themselves: each of the tapes has a unique 1/50th of the original Winter artwork design.
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Pact Infernal
The Gehenna Odyssey

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Painted Caves
Surveillance

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Painted Faces
Tales From The Skinny Apartment

Roughly two dozen albums into his career as Painted Faces over the last decade, Floridian DIY artist David Drucker releases his latest effort Tales From The Skinny Apartment. Named after his digs in Ridgewood Queens, NYC, it’ll certainly be another undefinable collection falling between folk, psychedelia and experimental music. 
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Palace Brothers
There Is No-one What Will Take Care Of You

Enter Will Oldham. Before morphing into Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and reinventing acoustic guitar music at the end of the ‘90s, the Kentucky singer released a slew of records under the moniker Palace Brothers. For his debut LP, 1993’s There Is No-One What Will Take Care Of You, Oldham found himself accompanied by a bunch of people from Slint. However, apart from the occasional swell of distorted guitar these tracks largely eschew post-rockisms and lay down the kind of tortured balladry that Oldham’s name(s) has become a byword for down the years. Here we see There Is No-One What Will Take Care Of You reissued by Domino.

Palm Honey
Starving Hysterical Naked

The title is of course an ode to Ginsberg but the music here is more in thrall to that poet of the guitar Sir Thurston Moore. This is Palm Honey's heaviest offering yet and shows the band at their rawest and most visceral coming across like a cacophonous garage band. Faint hearted - please look away now. 

Palm Springs
No Love Is Ever Lost

Palm Springs are from London and from Brighton, where they seem to have tapped into a deep lineage of guitar-focused classic indie rock. But with a few licks of electronica around the edges too! No Love Is Ever Lost is released on 12” vinyl via an imprint operated by Palm Springs themselves: Random Acts Of Vinyl.

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 1

Palmbomen II inaugurates a new series of four EPs, title Memories of Cindy. Part one contains six tracks of woozy nostalgia electronics, with melancholy synth melodies playing out over a vapourwave void of pre-sets and samples. Plenty of atmosphere, and sometimes some grooves too. 12” on Beats In Space, limited to 350 copies.

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 2

Kai Hugo returns as Palmbomen II to re-invoke his memories of Cindy. Pt 2 continues the energy of his initial instalment; those high bpm's are present and correct in the pure house grooves and acid crescendos. But there are also meditative moments amongst the frenetic percussive grooves. For those wistfully reflective moments. Atmosphere, always atmosphere: limited Beats In Space 12".

Palmbomen II
Memories of Cindy Pt. 3

It's the mysterious Palmbomen II and his dedication continues with the release of Memories of Cindy Pt. 3. For the final individual record in the series, ahead of a planned 4-part set, expect pared-down house infused with luminescent, melodic acid grooves cutting through the West Coast city haze. Also, please find hues of Tangerine Dream. Limited 12" EP, on Tim Sweeney's Beats In Space label.

Pan American
A Son

Pan American is Mark Nelson, formerly of post rock group Labradford. A Son is his latest album, built on ideas such as tracking down his origins, looking back rather than forwards. It is inspired by working out how uncomplicated and straightforward music can be and a diverse range of artists such as June Tabor, The Carter Family, Suicide and Jimmy Reed. A Son is a fairly stripped back affair, on which Nelson feels as though he has been as emotional and honest as he can be.

Pan Sonic
Beyond Space And Time Sampler

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Panda Bear
Buoys

Escaped Animal Collective animal Panda Bear, known to his handlers as Noah Lennox, arrives at album six with Domino. An exercise “hyper-modern production” techniques with Person Pitch collaborator Rusty Santos, Buoys finds ol’ Pand subjecting his schtick of characteristically queasy crooners to mainstream studio pastiche. Smashing.

Panicsville
A Dragonfly For Each Corpse

Ah, here we are folks. One for all of you who don't just like their noisey noises LOUD, very deeply unsettling -- and from Chicago -- but also crave a side-order of confrontational mayhem. Panicsville are a band who fully embrace their theatrical leanings. 'A Dragonfly For Each Corpse', fiends and friends, is a truly haunting, creeping and frankly terrifying record. Available now for your aural delight in a very limited edition of a mere 400, encased within a screen printed fold-around, with bonus 7"! On Smeraldina-Rima!
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Panoptique Electrical
Quiet Ecology

Australian composer Panoptique Electrical (one Jason Sweeney) elists cellist Zoë Barry to accompany some of his gentle trips across the ivories for this limited Sound in Silence release. Inspired by his search for quiet spaces in several cities down under, Sweeney & Barry mirror the peacefulness of these few spots of respite. They do so, however, not without an obvious touch of mournful disdain for the ceaseless noise of civilisation.

Panther Modern
Salem


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Paperclip People / LCD Soundsystem
Throw

Carl Craig’s alias Paperclip People had possibly its biggest impact with Throw, real chunky banger with disco flair as well as techno / house clout. LCD Soundsystem used to cover this one for extra-ecstatic effect in their live sets, and now they have very kindly recorded their version properly in the studio! LCD version, plus the original, on a 12” from Planet E.
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Papernut Cambridge
Love The Things Your Lover Loves

Papernut Cambridge is a project helmed by Ian Button of Death In Vegas and featuring the considerable talents of Darren Hayman and Robert Rotifer among others. They do a sort of lushly orchestrated alt-chamber-pop-rock of the sort not much seen since the 70’s, and all with witty sense of flair and joy. Third album Love The Things Your Lover Loves is out on Gare Du Nord Records.
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Papernut Cambridge
Nutsplainin’ / Green Chaud

This single contains instrumental versions of Nutsplainin’ and Green Chaud, two tracks from Papernut Cambridge’s recent album Love The Things Your Lover Loves. The 7” comes in either a green or yellow sleeve, allocated randomly: there’s just no way of knowing which you’ll get! Out on the Gare du Nord label.
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Papernut Cambridge
Mellotron Phase: Volume 1

Following on from 2016’s instrumental version of their Love The Things Your Lover Loves album, Papernut Cambridge’s Ian Button has teamed up with electronic music library Ravenwood Music to produce an album of instrumentals made (almost) exclusively using sounds from original Mellotron, Chamberlin, Optigan etc tape banks.  Inspired in equal measure by King Crimson, The Herd, Brian Auger, and Keith Mansfield TV themes, Mellotron Phase: Vol 1 is being released digitally as a set of media music tracks, and as a 10” vinyl LP via Gare Du Nord Records that comes with a DL code on a reproduction vintage Mellotronics calling card.

Papernut Cambridge
Mellotron Phase: Volume 2

An exciting foray into the endless possibilities of music made on a Mellotron or “contemporary tape/disc-based playback instruments.” Who am I even kidding? Papernut Cambridge has made an album that sounds like high-resolution covers of early RPG soundtracks. And that's not a bad thing, if it's your thing. If you liked Mellotron Phase: Volume 1, you'll love Mellotron Phase: Volume 2.

Papernut Cambridge
Nutlets II (1978-2001)

Papernut Cambridge release their second album of covers to date, and its a proper job: Nutlets II contains twenty tracks, each sourced from crucial young-person memories of bandleader Ian Button. These songs have great personal weight, and you can hear that come through in Button’s re-imagining of them. Includes tunes by Throbbing Gristle, Suede and Daft Punk!
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Papivores
Death and Spring

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Paradise
Endless Wave


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Paradise Island (Jenny Hoyston)
Seeing Spots


Parallel Cat
Parallel Cat E.P.


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Parallel Thought
Art Of Sound


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Parallelism
Angular Geometry

Parallelism follows up his self-titled 2015 release with Angular Geometry. This CD on Shimmering Moods is ambient drone full of rich synthesizer and muffled field recordings. The album begins subtly, with barely perceptible tones and murky tape hiss like Kevin Drumm at his quietest. But beneath the surface there are some lovely melodies and even some glitchy rhythms.

Paranerd
Silktrops

Somewhere between the slick and tight production of The Black Dog, the summer filled electronica of Plaid and Paranerd cites indie pop-rockers The Super Friendz as a major influence. Mixing delightful pop melodies with all hardware upbeat electronica and a dash of early detroit techno. Released through Touched, in support of the Macmillan Cancer charity.

Paranoid Visions
Rock And Roll And Revolution


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Parquet Courts
Sunbathing Animal

Jewelcase CD. LP in gatefold sleeve, printed inner bag, download code. An exclusive LP version featuring a bonus one-sided 7” with an unreleased track. Tracks: 01 Bodies02 Black and White03 Dear Ramona04 What Color Is Blood05 Vienna II06 Always Back in Town07 She's Rollin08 Sunbathing Animal09 Up All Night10 Instant Disassembly11 Duckin and Dodgin12 Raw Milk13 Into the Garden

Parquet Courts
Human Performance

Brand new music from Parquet Courts, New York’s much-loved indie-punks. Human Performance is a smooth evolution of their sound, as accessible as anything they’ve yet produced, but without losing any of the edge. CD and LP editions available, with the vinyl coming in a gatefold LP with an art booklet. On Rough Trade.

Parquet Courts
Wide Awake!

Here they come again with their fifth album which is produced by none other than Danger Mouse. This is another bold and groundbreaking work that benefits from full band arrangements with the group playing with their usual true punk rock passion. More confident with each release this is set to be their biggest missive yet. 

Parquet Courts
Tally All the Things That You Broke

Honestly I'd be on all night, it's going to be a very long tally indeed. Tally All The Things You Broke was an EP released by Parquet Courts in 2013 under the name Parkay Quarts which they use sometimes but we're not sure why. It features five songs recorded in the initial sessions for their What's Your Rupture? album and showcases their fun and lively sound without particularly being a precursor to what followed. An interim EP, if you will.    

Parquet Courts
Monastic Living

After dipping into pseudonym land for two releases and some shows as Parkay Quarts last year, the band now return to the original Parquet Courts moniker for a brand new mini album. Monastic Living appears to be their attempt at a 'Metal Machine Music', and is their first release since signing to Rough Trade worldwide, not just in dear old blighty. 
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Parquet Courts
Performing Human

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Parquet Courts
Mardi Gras Beads

Released in time for Record Store Day’s Black Friday, NYC indie favourites Parquet Courts deliver a special new 7” single housed in a classic Rough Trade sleeve. It pairs ‘Mardi Gras Beads’ - from the group’s most recent studio album Wide Awake! - with a brand new track on the B-side, ‘Seems Kind of Silly’. 
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Pas Musique
The Phoenix

Pas Musique return with The Phoenix. It contains even tracks that highlight the band’s electronic experimental nature. The album came about over a period of two years whilst on tour around Europe and was recorded in Brooklyn. They’ve even squeezed in a sample from Finnish producer Kenneth Kovasin. On Alrealon Musique.
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Passion Pusher
Aquarium

Yay! Full on Beat Happening distorted lo-fi pop fun from this Edinburgh based sludge purveyor. What a bloody racket. He hollers through a distorted mic above the sort of two chord thrash made acceptable by Jonathan Richman and later fashioned into indie-pop by Scotland's own the Pastels. A filthy twee-pop racket. 

Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band
Obiaa!

Meaning ‘Everybody!’ in Ghanaian, Obiaa! is the sophomore album from Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band. Arriving four years after their energising debut, the double-LP promises an insight into the country’s musical soul, led by the brilliant 72 year old singer Pat Thomas, known as the ‘Golden Voice of Africa’. 

Patricia
Autotomy

This lady Patricia is actually a man called Max - big reveal. As Patricia, he explores lightness and longing through hefty dancefloor numbers that proudly utilise hardware machines to achieve their floaty rhythmic intensity. Featuring collaborative artwork and B-side etching from Dutch artist Louis Reith.
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Patricia
Free Lunch

After releases on labels like Spectral Sound and Opal Tapes, Patricia makes the switch to Nona Records (Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Kadaver) for the latest drop. The one born Max Ravitz - you may also know him as any from Inhalants, Masks and Pulpo - serves up five more slices of hissing electro here. Free Lunch will please anyone who dug Patricia’s recent triple LP Several Shades Of The Same Colour.

Patrick Cowley
Muscle Up

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Patterns
Waking Lines


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Patterson Twins
Gonna Find A True Love / A Good Thing

Miles Away Records with a reissue of ‘Gonna Find A True Love’, a rare disco gem by Mississippi pair the Patterson Twins. You’ve all heard disco before so there’s not really much more we need to tell you about this one - it’s just really good, funky, soulful music. Comes backed by the gospel-soul number ‘A Good Thing', a track that appeared alongside ‘Gonna Find A True Love’ on the duo’s 1978 debut LP Let Me Be Your Lover.
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Patty Waters
Live

Known best for her incendiary deconstruction of ‘Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair’, avant-garde singer and composer Patty Waters is one of the most overlooked icons of her age - perhaps because of the 30-year career hiatus she took between the Sixties and the Nineties. In 2018, she performed a one-off concert in New York titled ‘Blank Forms’, and this release, Patty Waters Live, documents that show. The first side is populated with stark ballads, while the second is full of political yet dignified and moving covers harking back to Waters’ Sixties origins. 

Paul Flaherty, Chris Corsano, C. Spencer Yeh Trio / Oren Ambarchi & Matt Skitz Sanders
Split


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Paul Gilgunn
Here We Are Now

Paul Gilgunn presents a piece of minimal instrumental avant-rock power that propels and compels. A solid core of four electric guitars brings in some of those Glenn Branca / Rhys Chatham flavours, augmented with rhythm section and saxophone for additional layers of texture. Here We Are Now is a big great slab of a group working perfectly as one tight unit.

Paul White
Shaker Notes

Paul White is the instrumental hip-hop artist and electronic producer behind tunes like "Where You Gonna Go", but on 'Shaker Notes', his debut record for the R&S imprint, he goes into singer-songwriter territory. Well, as singer-songwriter as Paul White can get: it's a record about personal grief and romantic loss, but it's filtered through his usual experimental tricks and vignettes, with plenty of off-kilter percussion, distanced vocals and enveloping electronic layers. There's sax too. Gotta have sax.
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Pavement
Terror Twilight

Terror Twilight was the final album by US indie slackers Pavement and was a much more crafted and produced album than earlier efforts. Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich tried to discipline the notoriously loose band which led to tensions between band and producer. The result is a mixed affair sometimes wistful sometimes wilfully obscure but appears more forced that earlier records and is allegedly not one of Stephen Malkmus's favourites. Still, it showcases a next level move for the band before they finally (and it seems terminally) called it a day.  

Pavement
Slanted and Enchanted

This was the Pavement I liked. A sloppy sprawling lo-fi charm fest taking heavy influence from the Velvet Underground and the Fall but stumbling blinking in the sun with classic melodies glinting through the fuzzy production and madcap drumming. On top of that add Malkmus wordplay and you get an eternal classic.   

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