Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases this week.
Our Album of the Week is Angel-Ho - Death Becomes Her (Hyperdub). The South African artist’s ‘debut proper’ announces her as one of the most impressive and unique artists currently working in the underground.
Our EP of this week is Anastasia Kristensen - Ascetic (Arcola). Full of pure crunch and bonkers bit-crushed sonics, this debut EP from acclaimed artist and DJ Anastasia Kristensen is not one to be missed.
On the album front this week, we have the long awaited debut full length from Ossia on Blackest Ever Black now available on double vinyl, Little Simz brings forth her third LP and Triad God presents his LP produced by Palmistry.
For this week's singles / EPs, straight from the Drexciya vaults we have a new edition of Elecktroids’ 1995 EP Kilohertz, a Whities drop from Parisian producer Bambounou, and Octo Octa on Technicolour.
Next up in our Mix Series we have an ambient mix by Secede, and we have another transmission from the Bleep × Hyperdub party featuring Okzharp.
Looking into the future, we have pre-orders for the new Bibio album Ribbons coming out on Warp, Floating Points 'Late Night Tales' and Bogdan Raczynski's Rave 'Till You Cry on Disciples.