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Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases. Our album of the week is Animated Violence Mild by Blanck Mass available in an exclusive pink pressing with 10” x 8” print. Our EP of the week comes from Dylan Henner with an exclusive cassette of ‘Caribbean-ambient’ and ‘ambient-calypso-dub’.

Elsewhere this week we have the latest from Andrew Lyster’s YOUTH label from L. Lund, The Gerogerigegege Uguisudani Apocalypse on Trilogy Tapes, Whities sub label Syon release Sno Globe’s cassette release recalling Boredoms, Derek Bailey, Steve Noble, Sonic Youth, 1970s Miles Davis & more, Marie Davidson featuring Soulwax and Daniel Avery remixes, Ross From Friends on Brainfeeder, a Skee Mask remix of Plaid & 17 years down the line: a new LP from Scan 7.

Be sure to check out our label spotlight feature on Sacred Bones this week and our latest Bleep Mix from Dylan Henner.

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Album of the Week

Blanck Mass – Animated Violence Mild

On the previous Blanck Mass full-length World Eater - an album that ended up in our top 10 for 2017 - Benjamin John Power certainly brought the noise. However, World Eater was nothing compared to the follow-up. We’re not sure how he’s done it, but that record somehow sounds tame in comparison to Animated Violence Mild.

Animated Violence Mild
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Single / EP of the Week

Dylan Henner – Stormbird Brother In The Dusk

After debuting on Brighton imprint Phantom Limb back in the early days of 2019, Dylan Henner now returns to the label with his second EP. Stormbird Brother In The Dusk is an unusual title for an unusual record, one that finds Henner building on his previous release A Reason For Living while also pushing his sound in an intriguing new direction.

Stormbird Brother In The Dusk

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