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Having racked up one of our Albums Of The Year back in 2013 with Needs Continuum, Karen Gwyer's latest full-length offering lands via her recently acquainted new home of Semtek's Don't Be Afraid imprint. Not content with just building on her previous LP and split single with Beatrice Dillon, Rembo cements Gwyer's reputation as one of the most invigoratingly strong voices operating within techno today.
Invada have been doing a fine job of chronicling the more vital film and TV scores of recent years - not an easy feat in the age of unlimited content. Here they bring together their two releases of music from Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein’s Stranger Things in one lavish boxset. The composers’ evocative, retro-tinged synth ambiences have played a big part in the show becoming a runaway Netflix smash, and it is only fitting that the music should be chronicled in such fine style. The set contains a whole bunch of extras - posters, character cards and such - to complement the wonderful music.
We've teamed up with the crew at Gqom Oh! to bring you the very first edition of the new Bleep T series, a collaborative t-shirt project where each time we'll be featuring a figure within the Bleep world that we want to shine a light on.
34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste is the first ever sheet music to be published by Bjork.
Rare compositions from the Ondioline master, Jean-Jacques Perrey! Heavy futurism and dimly lit Parisian jazz cafe vibes aplenty, with sweet chanson pieces (L’ame des Poetes) and orchestral funk numbers (Pioneers of the Stars). Most likely one for the hardcore fans, this is a wide and varied look into the plethora of oddities Mr. Perrey composed over the course of his lifelong career in music. Hypnotic, charming and humorous, this retrospective is an intriguing first release for the new Forgotten Futures label, and one which leaves us second guessing what else may be in store!
Milan present the first ever official fully remastered vinyl reissue of The Akira Symphonic Suite, unavailable since its original release in 1988, needless to say, this one has been on the top of many collectors most-wanted lists for quite some time.