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The Myth of Separation and Selfhood

Sam A. McLoughlin’s found sound project Tongues of Light returns with a work of haunting glossolalic ambiance that is both calmingly hypnotic …

Tunes 2011-2019

Despite it being 12 years since Burial released his genre defining second, and most recent, album Untrue, he has continued to release new music on EP. …

Fenella

Inspired by Marcell Jankovics’ 1981 cult animation Fehérlófia (Son of the White Mare), Jane Weaver’s new ensemble Fenella showcases …

replicr, 2019

Distilling last year’s Decomposition Theory tour of algorithmically generated performances down into a singe album, 65daysofstatic have produced …

The World Is A Bell

Putting aside their recent solo side projects, The Leaf Library’s follow up to 2015’s Daylight Versions, is an expansively eclectic mix of …

The General

Commissioned as an accompaniment for a special screening of the classic Buster Keaton silent film The General, Haiku Salut’s soundtrack manages …

Hallo Androiden

Bubbling arpeggios and warm analogue pads give way to orchestral ambience in John Beltran’s new album Hallo Androiden which takes us on a …

Electrical Language

Following on from their brilliant Close to the Noise Floor series of early electronica, my favourite reissuer, Cherry Red Records, returns with an …

PROTO

Exploring the potential of AI enhanced composition, Holly Herndon’s new album PROTO delivers a mix of humanised machines and mechanised humans …

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