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Update Thursday 18th January 2018

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We bring you the first Weekly Update not written in sub-zero temperatures as our new heaters start to take charge. Who knew that you could just buy a heater and it would heat the room up? Next up we’ll get working internet.

Here’s all this week’s stuff and the big hitters are starting to squeak out.

New:

Music for 2018…..

Re-issues:

Music from 1981 onwards…..

Ant’s Electronic Round-up:

Twitch the curtains Roger, there’s dark techno pumping out of the end of the cul-de-sac.

  • Superb GRM style electroacoustic album from Lumisokea’s Koenraad Ecker.
  • Fever Ray / Roll The Dice producer Peder Mannerfelt renders his vision of abstracted techno with a 6-track EP on his own imprint.
  • Ace disaffected, pessimistic, paranoid gloom tape from Sue Zuki of LAPS and Organs Of Love.
  • Leslie Winer & Jay Glass Dubs mash it up on Bokeh Versions.
  • Cinematic inspired electronica from Hanz on Tri Angle.
  • Laraaji ‘Vision Songs Vol. 1’ new age ambient tranquilizers from 1984 reissued.
  • Otim Alpha’s ‘Gulu City Anthems’ party bangers make their way onto vinyl for the first time via Nyege Nyege Tapes.
  • Archivist & Fugal slammer on BleeD incl. Acronym remix.
  • Latin house grooves and broken beat cuts from K15 on Eglo.
  • Serendip Lab compile a bunch of R.S. Pearson’s 80s recordings.
  • Lauer / The Golden Filter split one in half.
  • Second volume of Rutger Zuydervelt’s (Machinefabriek) ‘Astroneer’ video game soundtrack.
  • IVVVO explores depression, social anxiety and fear on ‘Prince Of Grunge’.
  • Synth module company Make Noise’s label drop a clear vinyl 12” from Los Angeles artist Bana Haffar.
  • The Caretaker's 'Everywhere At The End Of Time' Stage 2 re-pressed.
  • Metro Area 15th Anniversary remastered 3LP back in stock.

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Epilogue:

Latest Weather Mishap: Robin’s crisps blew away. 

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