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

Our album of the week comes from Lafawndah. A record that both reinvigorates and reinvents experimental pop music while also breaking down stylistic, regional and cultural barriers. We have an Exclusive Purple Coloured Vinyl, Limited to 200, pre-ordering now.

Our EP of the week comes from Off The Meds with their eponymous ‘Belter’ backed with Joy Orbison’s Belly mix.

Elsewhere this week we have a monster 3LP set of underground electronics on L.I.E.S + bonus 7", Apparat’s latest solo LP on limited pink vinyl, Laurel Halo turns in her DJ Kicks offering, the Lakker boys are back on R&S, Jayda G’s debut album on Ninjatune, Derwin Dicker AKA Gold Panda’s surprise release under his house moniker DJ Jenifa, Freedom To Spend unearth a pre-techno masterpiece from June Chikuma, Lone and Gabriola release the first John Beltran album since 1997 on Magicwire, flat eric returns with Mr Oizo, smog hued breakbeat from Hamilton Scalpel and the curtain is brought down on The Caretaker project from Leyland Kirby.

Coming up for pre order we have the new Arcola release from Lukid and we have a Bleep UK exclusive limited pressing of the Khotin album Beautiful You.

We have mixes this week from the London collective Touching Bass having just put out their debut release from Hiatus Kaiyote's Clever Austin and album of the week's Lafawndah.

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Album of the Week

Lafawndah – Ancestor Boy

Anyone who has heard Lafawndah’s previous releases - either her 2016 Warp EP Tan or 2018’s collaborative release with Midori Takada - will know that she is one of the most unique newcomers we’ve seen in years. However, the Egyptian-Iranian artist has outdone even our high expectations on her debut full-length Ancestor Boy. Released via Lafawndah’s own Concordia imprint, this is a record that both reinvigorates and reinvents experimental pop music while also breaking down stylistic, regional and cultural barriers.

Ancestor Boy
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Single / EP of the Week

Off The Meds – Belter (Incl. Joy O Remix)

Those who copped Studio Barnhus’ 2018 compilation Volym 1 will probably already have taken a shine to Off The Meds - the group’s slick track ‘Currency Low’ was an early highlight of that record. A South African-Swedish quartet operating out of Stockholm, Off The Meds grab the bull by the horns on their first solo release. ‘Belter’ more than lives up to its name, mixing somber rave synths with a scuttling breakbeat in a manner that recalls some of the best Whities drops. Kamohelo Khoaripe’s spoken vocals bring great atmosphere to the tune - think Maxi Jazz or Mike Skinner. The Belter EP is fleshed out by the acapella and a Joy O remix that blends dub techno with influences from gqom and township funk.

Belter (Incl. Joy O Remix)
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