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Tresor present Anguilla Electrica, the first Porter Ricks album to be released in seventeen years and following on from 2016's elated comeback EP Shadow Boat. Much like Biokinetics before it, Anguilla Electrica casts out a net that captures some of the most intensely experimental, forward thinking nautical techno the world has ever seen, while hitting the reset button on the genre.
Gesamtkunstwerk - a total work of art - has been an operating discourse within the Kraftwerk mythology from the get-go. Nowhere is this more apparent than in their spectacular, groundbreaking concerts, shows that continue to sell out almost fifty years since the world first heard those stirring put-puts at the beginning of Autobahn. Now we get a documentary and album focussed solely on those concerts, specifically the ‘3-D’ tour that the group went on between 2012 and 2016. The release also comes in a variety of shapes and sizes - pick and choose from the standard vinyl, a CD box-set, a blu-ray edition, a box-set that comes with a 236-page book, and a vinyl trove containing new versions of each of the band’s LPs.
To celebrate the release of A Thousand Skies by Clap! Clap! Black Acre have printed up a limited run of t-shirts featuring the Clap! Clap! logo print on both the front and back of the shirt.
34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste is the first ever sheet music to be published by Bjork.
Neo-Ouija is a beautifully honed slice of late-90s electronica, lush and soulful while also full of the glee of a genre riding a new flush of mainstream support. Garage, jungle, downtempo hip-hop, trip-hop and much more are combined by Metamatics for an effect that is both classic and futuristic, meticulous yet free.
Warp unearth one of their earliest albums, B12's soundtrack of space Electro-Soma. Arriving just under twenty-four years since its original inception, B12's Electro-Soma returns to take us once again on its journey deep into the outer reaches of science fiction inspired techno, whilst offering us a timeless classic within the lineage of both Warp and UK electronic music as a whole.