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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 otherworldly debut from video game composer Lena Raine on Local Action. Our EP of the week comes from Jonathan Valentine — aka Chevron with the second instalment of Memory Disks on Shipwrec Records.

Elsewhere this week we have Wire members Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis Dome 1 reissue, On-U Sound’s 7th volume of dub plates and exclusive material featuring the likes of Pinch, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Horace Andy, Roots Manuva and more, Luke Abbott’s album in celebration of Piano Day on limited blue vinyl, Norwegian ambient pioneer Erik Wøllo's collection of Early Works, a double LP of dystopian electro on Central Processing Unit from Plant43, Black Dice’s Eric Copeland on DFA and Beth Gibbons and Krzysztof Penderecki join the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Coming up for pre order we have Future Massive Volume 1 featuring Humanoid, Plant43, Rolando Simmons among an all star cast, the illustrious Brainwaltzera on the unstoppable Analogical Force, Kode9 remixes 4 tracks from the recent Diggin In The Carts compilation on Hyperdub and Peggy Gou launches her Gudu label with the Moment EP.

And to round things off this week, the next offering from the Bleep X Live series from UK Jazz pioneer Shabaka Hutchings with his recent discussion with The Wire magazine's Francis Gooding.

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Album of the Week

Lena Raine – Oneknowing

Lena Raine has made her name as a composer of music for video games - Guild Wars 2 and Celeste are probably her best-known works - but with Oneknowing the Seattle artist steps into the spotlight, with this release on Local Action. The collection that Raine considers as her debut album as an artist in her own right, finds her creating a delightful and unique sound world for the listener to play around in.

Oneknowing
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Single / EP of the Week

Chevron – Memory Disks Volume Two

Like a man with a memory like a sieve, Jonathan Valentine — aka Chevron — changes his tune from one moment to the next, leaping great bounds from genre to genre, tone to tone. The second instalment in his Memory Disks series is, yet again, a music library in micro form; fast-motion fidgeting with the skittering drill and bass of ‘Malibu’ and ‘Sigh’, getting its slippers on and smashing the Sunday paper crossword with the ambient bliss of ‘The Reset’ and ‘A’. ‘Do You Wanna Do Me (Like Someone You Love)’ disarms most of all, striking a tantalising balance between pre-gloom Joy Division and love-sick Nick Cave.

Memory Disks Volume Two

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