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Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases. Our album of the week is the older, wiser, and better than ever Danny Brown uknowhatimsayin¿ executively produced by Q-Tip and featuring JPEGMAFIA, Run The Jewels, Obongjayar and Blood Orange. Our EP of the week is from Clark who comes out all guns blazing on Branding Problem.

Big announcement this week from Squarepusher; a new single Vortrack available 6th December featuring his own Fracture remix ahead of his first LP in four years Be Up A Hello released January 31st 2020. Elsewhere this week we have PC Music’s Hannah Diamond, Arcola’s Anastasia Kristensen landing on Houndstooth, an exclusive version of Galcher Lustwerk's Information on Ghostly International, Joy Orbison and brothers Overmono’s collaborative single on XL, Kirk Degiorgio on De:Tuned, Stenny on Illian Tape, Pye Corner Audio, Don’t DJ and President Bongo remixes of Craven Faults as well as a new volume of Kompakt's Pop Ambient series.

Our Bleep mix this week comes from Deena Abdelwahed to celebrate the announcement of her new EP on InFiné available on exclusive blue vinyl. Be sure to also sign up to our Bleep Advent mailing list to be the first to receive each day's offers, exclusive products and competitions directly in your inbox.

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Album of the Week

Danny Brown – uknowhatimsayin¿

Danny Brown’s fifth studio LP uknowhatimsayin¿ drops at an intriguing point in the rapper’s career. After breaking out with his second album XXX, consolidating fame with the follow-up Old and then blowing the game wide open through 2016’s landmark Atrocity Exhibition, Brown’s status as king of the underground feels assured these days. The question as he surveys his domain, is; what next?

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Single / EP of the Week

Clark – Branding Problem

New single Branding Problem finds Clark in combative mode from the off. Even before you get to the music you realise that you’re in for an intense experience - Branding Problem’s artwork is an uncanny image typical of Clark’s aesthetic, while the press release shuns the idea that you could listen to these tracks as background music, imagines a techno-dystopian future and rounds out by proclaiming ‘BEHOLD THE CONTINUUM, HARDCORE WILL NEVER DIE’. Easy listening this most certainly is not.

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