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    San Francisco Bay Area-based sixpiece, The Seshen, return with this 45 for Tru Thoughts. Ardent electronic soul vibes!
    Krikor drops the toughtest of dancehall riddims for Brothers From Different Mothers offshoot, Homemade Soundsystem - the deadliest of platters for the dance!
    Debut release from Australiain artist Destiny71z, the first part in a trilogy of EPs specialising in the more experimental sides of house, techno, electro and garage.
    The third instalment of the Future Bubblers compilation! The programme, started by Brownswood founder, Gilles Peterson, has garnered a reputation of being at the forefront of cutting-edge music, having previously released tunes by artists such as Yazmin Lacey & Skinny Pelembe. This third volume continues the tradition of wonky soulful, electronic rhythms...
    Kyle Martin and Jonny Nash’s Land Of Light return with their second album for Melody As Truth. Using a combination of acoustic instruments, contact microphones and Martin’s self-built modular synthesiser, The World Lies Breathing, focuses on the space between sounds, conjuring up an "organic yet alien landscape that exists on the edge of an unknowable...
    Ernest Hood’s 'Neighborhoods' album was released some two decades after the Portland, Oregon born and raised musician’s first forays into field recordings. These recordings, and those captured over intervening years, define the universal sound and aural images of childhood, a theme memorialised by Hood’s privately-pressed opus of 1975.
    A return to Scrub a Dub with two bass heavy rollers including his first collaboration with unsung hero Nova. Championed by Mala, Egoless and Toddla T, Somah mixes euphony and galloping rhythms to deliver some of his deepest cuts yet.
    Murderous on dub for some time, “Cambridge Road” (named for Green King Cuts’ HQ where the tune originated) is a weighty, slyly menacing 140 rocker featuring Akcept’s signature syncopated percussion chops & a slithering, minimalist bassline. A disquietingly distorted hook, pitched & chorused vocal snippets and test tones lead the way through...
    Nearly a decade since their last record, Jay Malinowski and Eon Sinclair better known as duo Bedouin Soundclash, return with their fifth studio album ‘MASS’. While pulling from their old catalogue of eclectic post-punk world-beat tendencies, the band journeys further into New Orleans jazz, afro-pop, electronic and gospel. Co-produced by Bedouin...
    Lush, lysergic 80s style ambient album from Australian musician Santilli with new age / fourth world touches. Ace.
    Disrupt drops and album of dense, kosmiche dread via his own Zonedog imprint.