RX-101 – Like Yesterday

An air of nostalgia swathes RX101’s debut record, Like Yesterday, as if like a chance encounter with an old friend, bringing back shared memories of some intangible ghostly past. You inherently know this music, even if you don’t know exactly how. You know it through the hiss of an overdubbed tape, electronics constrained

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Lucy / Rrose – Lotus Eaters

Lucy and Rrose are significant architects in this new paradigm of electronic music. Individually they distort, manipulate and redefine the borders between the avant garde and the dance floor, with music that neither conforms to – nor humours the status quo. They align principally within the idea of Techno as

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Benjamin Finger – 10

Benjamin Finger’s 10 marks the artist’s tenth contribution to the album format with a collection of songs that once again highlights the artist’s flouting artistic nature. From Woods of Broccoli to Amorosa Sensitiva Benjamin’s music only ever conforms to the moment he is working in, always exploring new boundaries where

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Bookworms – Standards of Beauty

After debuting in the LP format earlier this year, Bookworms returns to the EP format for Anòmia with Standards of Beauty, an EP that continues to showcase the American producer’s inherent prowess on the dance floor, while exploring the farthest reaches of the dance music universe. Bookworms’ strong relationship with

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CAM – Mirror Confrontations

CAM’s Mirror Confrontations gestates out of the primordial ooze of improvisations with Foetus coming to life around incandescent frequencies feeding back on each other like some new evolution of an organic being. You immediately get wrapped up in a world of raw emotion where contrasting elements of terror and tranquillity

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