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Welcome to the Bleep Weekly Roundup, our guide to the best new releases. Our album of the week is 'Loom' by Katie Gately, a series of dramatic and beautiful electronic compositions. Our single of the week comes from Happa who turns in a couple of mutant club tracks on Whities.

Elsewhere Moses Boyd drops his debut LP, the Few Crackles label deliver a three-cassette mix series featuring Lil Toby, Felix Hall, Mother, Jon K, Ntn & Ssabae, Beatrice Dillon delivers a superb record on PAN, the 'Call Me By Your Name' soundtrack by Sufjan Stevens and Ryuichi Sakamoto is now in stock, there's an exciting limited edition CD release by LA Timpa, new albums from Eluvium, Tame Impala and a RTR release on Analogical Force.

There are releases back in stock from Underground Resistance, Tara Clerkin Trio, Djrum and Shed under his Wax alias. Pre-orders such as the debut Hodge LP on exclusive green vinyl, Nathan Fake on Cambria Instruments, the 25th anniversary edition of 'Smokers Delight' by Nightmares On Wax and a Bleep exclusive purple vinyl edition of the forthcoming 'Join The Future - UK Bleep & Bass 1988-91' release coming on JD Twitch's Cease and Desist label.

Finally be sure to check a new TNGHT t-shirt designed by HK Sileshi and our latest in the Bleep Mix series that comes from the LA based musician Rejoicer.

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Album of the Week

Katie Gately – Loom

Gately’s voice exists at the centre of these maximalist soundscapes on tracks like ‘Allay’ and ‘Waltz’, both of which sound as if they could have been abstracted from Björk’s Vulnicura - a record Gately has remixed in the past. Plenty has happened to Katie Gately since she dropped her debut LP Color via Tri Angle Records in 2016 - she’s remixed Zola Jesus and produced for serpentwithfeet, for instance - but there has surely been no greater upheaval in her life than the death of her mother in 2018. This loss is at the core of her second album Loom, released through Houndstooth.

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Single / EP of the Week

Happa – Blue 07

Much of Happa's music hits a sweet spot between experiment and function, exploring the boundaries of what's possible on a dancefloor. These two tracks on Whities' Blue series fit seamlessly into that mould, both capable of creating moments where you're not quite sure what's going on. A running theme on the release is the human voice, from screaming to singing and laughing, it's used on 'Clip' as part of a rhythmic propulsion, with interjections of choral ascendance. Whereas 'One Three Five' uses shrill screams alongside sort of techno / grime stabs that are constantly breaking up and down again. It's an accomplished release that perhaps indicates where his sound is moving in the coming years.

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