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review – Little White Earbuds

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DVS1, Lost Myself

Having finally reached the point where he’s “finding the pleasure in writing music,” DVS1 returns to his HUSH imprint for Lost Myself.

DJ Koze, Amygdala Remixes II

Following reworks by Matthew Herbert and Efdemin, the second shift crew of Roman Flügel and Robag Wruhme continue to wring magic from DJ Koze’s originals at the same high caliber as their predecessors.

The Central Executives, A Walk in the Dark

The Central Executes mix the anarchic and the modern on their debut LP, A Walk In The Dark.

A Sagittariun, The Jupiter Chronicles EP

A Sagittariun pushes the tempo on The Jupiter Chronicles EP, his first record since 2013′s Dream Ritual LP, with four brilliantly structured tracks expressing an expert appreciation for Detroit techno.

Bruta Non Calculant, World In A Tear

Cititrax presents the debut LP from Bruta Non Calculant, a new project from Alaxis Andreas G, the French underground mainstay behind Le Syndicat Electronique.

Erika, Hexagon Cloud RMXD 2.0

This second remix package for Erika’s Hexagon Cloud finds Donato Dozzy, Patrick Russell, Outer Space, and Israel Vines taking her originals deeper into space.

Efdemin, Decay

On Decay, Efdemin’s third album, the chilly repetition and careful attention to silence, space and reverb in his work is clearer than ever.

Aurora Halal, Passageway

Passageway follows up a split Aurora Halal did with the producer Haron on Dutch label BAKK, and mints the label branch of Mutual Dreaming.

Sendai, A Smaller Divide

A Smaller Divide, the follow-up to Sendai’s 2012 debut album, pulls the Belgian duo of Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey outside the club and into space.

Enchanté, Born Free 8

Born Free 8 possesses similar textural qualities to Enchanté’s previous efforts, but this time he tries house tempos and results in his best work to date.

Pev & Asusu / Pev & Kowton, MMM & Pangaea Remixes

For the first in a series of Livity Sound remix 12″s, the pairing of MMM and Pangaea makes good sense, due to their shared affinity for body-block sonic warmth and efficiency.

Joey Anderson, After Forever

After Forever, Joey Anderson’s debut album, showcases much of what sets him apart from his Tri-State Area peers.

Dego And Kaidi, Dego And Kaidi

Breakbeat pioneers Dego & Kaidi provide four fingerwaggingly funky and achingly poignant tracks, with rhythms to bend you out of shape, and a cool, glowing soul that’s characteristic of Eglo’s sound.

D. Edwards, Teenage Tapes

Made up of old noise demos and blunt, new recordings in the same style, Teenage Tapes by Delroy Edwards bends listeners his will rather than the other way around.

Garnier, AF 0490

Like Gerd’s Geeeman project, Laurent Garnier’s AF 0490 applies a big-room approach to its stripped-down, utilitarian inspiration.

Leif, Dinas Oleu

Dinas Oleu, Welsh producer Leif’s debut album, is as moving as the best deep house, but its sounds appear to have been laid in an isolation tank rather than planted in earth.

Edit Select, Phlox

Phlox‘s 11 ying-and-yang excursions feel like instruments of ongoing discovery, with Edit Select reaching out to grasp at the distant, darkened corners of his musical vocabulary and committing the results to record.

Community Corporation, The Salt Mines

Positioned as “a skewed history of events that never transpired,” Community Corporation’s The Salt Mines builds on classic Midwest techno/electro templates in unexpectedly compelling ways.

Samuel, Numberuma

Brstl’s sixth release sees the production debut of young Bath-based producer Samuel, who impresses with a couple of fiercely insistent rollers that sound as effortless as they do assured.

A5, Udacha 8

The five tracks of A5′s Udacha 8 are lacking not in drive but in much else to offer the listener trying to parse a groove from it.