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Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases. Our album of the week is the cinematic Illusion Of Time by Alessandro Cortini and Daniel Avery. Our EP of the week is Annie Hall’s Fun, a return to Central Processing Unit with more dystopian electro.

Elsewhere we have new Warp signing Squid’s single Sludge, Nicolas Jaar’s latest album, Little Dragon on Ninja Tune, the return of The Orb. There are releases back in stock from Kettel, Nexus 21 and Mall Grab as well as two much-needed represses on Incienso. Our Pre-Orders this week include Bicep’s first since 2018, Loefah on Version and Hiroshi Yoshimura’s classic Japanese ambient LP Green.

Finally, be sure to check our Bleep mixes this week. We have тпсб’s fitting “Music To Stay The Fuck Home To” and JD Twitch’s Bleep mix to celebrate the release of the Join The Future compilation due next week.

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Album of the Week

Alessandro Cortini and Daniel Avery – Illusion Of Time

Daniel Avery and Alessandro Cortini hinted at their collaborative potential when they released the limited edition 7” ‘Water’/‘Sun’ back in 2017 through Erol Alkan’s Phantasy imprint. The pair have been busy since then - Avery with promoting his wonderful second studio LP Song For Alpha, Cortini with a variety of projects including solo material and the group SONOIO. However, despite both having full schedules they have also found time to make good on the promise of that 2017 release, creating ten tracks together which are released here on the new LP Illusion Of Time.

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Annie Hall – Fum

In uncertain times, it’s good for there to be constants in the world: day turning to night; a catch up with an old friend; and now a new release from Central Processing Unit, surely the most consistent label in modern electro.

For CPU’s latest drop they have reunited with Annie Hall, an artist who dropped the Tenured Positions EP through the Sheffield imprint back in 2016. Though Hall is based in Barcelona, her sound draws heavily on the electro and techno stylings of Detroit. Hall’s new set Fum is full of frosty synths, snapping drums and cyborg Drexciyan grooves - in short, exactly the sort of things that you go looking for in a CPU release.


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