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Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases this week.

Our Album of the Week is The Cinematic Orchestra making a welcome return after a 12 year hiatus. Featuring Moses Sumney, Roots Manuva, Dorian Concept and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, available on 180g Clear Vinyl and 180g White Vinyl.

Our EP of this week is the prolific Delroy Edwards latest collection of raw 808 beat workouts on L.I.E.S, following his thumping slice of raw Chicago House "Aftershock" in 2018.

Elsewhere this week, Rian Treanor makes his debut on Planet Mu. A seminal classic "Acid Mt. Fuji" by Susumu Yokota is reissued. The Connection Machine’s CD-only release from 2004 is finally pressed on vinyl. Matmos sample everything from police riot shields to bubble-wrap & synthetic fat and Asher Levitas (Old Apparatus) completes the Beyond The Valley triptych on a Bleep exclusive limited cassette.

Looking into the future we have an exclusive coloured pressing of the forthcoming Khidja LP for preorder, plus Holly Herndon's return to 4AD is pre-ordering now.

Lastly, don't miss the two next mixes we have up, Shannen SP Bleep × Hyperdub set, and the mind-melting mix by Rian Treanor.


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Album of the Week

The Cinematic Orchestra – To Believe

The Cinematic Orchestra return with their incredible new album To Believe, the first new studio LP from the group in twelve years. Having previously given us a first glimpse of what to expect with the instantly sold out A Caged Bird/Imitations Of Life ‎12 featuring Roots Manuva, To Believe finds founding member Jason Swinscoe and longtime partner Dominic Smith constructing seven songs that transcend jazz through the group's elegant orchestrations and electronics.

To Believe
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Single / EP of the Week

Delroy Edwards – Wagon Wheels

Following his thumping slice of raw Chicago House Aftershock in 2018, Delroy Edwards strikes while the iron’s hot on his Wagon Wheels EP - and we’re pleased to say he’s outdone himself on the old school front. These tracks stumble and strut all over the place, held in check by Edwards’ steady hand. Just listen to squelchy opener ‘Crazy Cool Beats’; Edwards isn’t shy about how good he is at this.

Wagon Wheels
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