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Update Thursday 21st June 2018

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Well let us be the first to say that the nights will soon be drawing in. Yes we’ve reached that midpoint of the year again and next week we’ll be unveiling our Midyear Review™ but for now please be satisfied with what we believe are the best albums of the week.

New:

The future crayon...

Reissues:

A past gone mad...

Ant’s Electronic Round-up:

Wanna swap Andrés Iniesta for Aaron Dilloway?

  • Nurse With Wound plays New Blockaders LP on Dirter. Only a measly 300 copies!
  • Unique man/machine mayhem from NYZ. CD on Ge-stell - limited copies!
  • Humans play SND fellow Mark Fell’s computer generated rhythms on Xenakis' metallophone system.
  • Precision-tooled, expertly crafted, pristine, multi-faceted, kaleidoscopic modern techno and beyond from To Rococo Rot’s Robert Lippok.
  • Fascinating ‘Danish Tape Amateurs 1959​-​1976’ compilation LP. Highly recommended!
  • DJ Richard in menacing, apocalyptic mode on Dial.
  • JAI/MAHL aka Jamal Moss / Hieroglyphic Being keeping it raw and mystical.
  • Classy, dubby techno/ambient EP from Rasmus Hedlund on Ljudverket.
  • Off-kilter mutant techno from Bogdan Dražić on The Trilogy Tapes.
  • Swedish icy techno saviour Varg begins the end of his Nordic Flora series on Posh Isolation.
  • Acieeed compilation EP from LFO, Andreas Gehm, Luke Vibert, B12 on Balkan Vinyl.
  • Rommek boots off a promising Trilogy for Blueprint with a gloomy, slammer of an EP.
  • Martyn strips his sound back to the essentials for his album on Ostgut Ton.
  • The Orb rope in a load of chums.
  • Arp’s latest for Mexican Summer melts together 4th world ambient, cosmic jazz, 80s Japanese styles, and kosmische patterns.
  • Dubby kosmische from Driftmachine on Umor Rex.
  • Vactrol Park create music from the luminous void.
  • Nonturn creates a new vision of Tokyo utilizing field recordings from the city.
  • Bambounou and Marsesura / Uwalmassa / Wahono gear on Don't DJ's DISK imprint.

7”s:

Small, like Alan Sugar’s brain.

  • Sorry. Not starring Ronnie Corbett.
  • It says here Irma Vep is a loner but I saw him on stage with a whole pile of people.  
  • Life. Terrorists are Gay. Terrorists are Gay.

Other stuff:

Epilogue:

That will do eh? Plenty to keep you going. Don’t put the clocks back quite yet.

Words: Clint and Ant.

Work:   Kim, Jamie, Benn, Daoud, Phil, Nathon and a beautiful scent.    

On sax ‘n’ football leave: Robin.

Customer Compliment of the Week: “Norman Records is my best mate”.

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