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The Town That Was Murdered is Draaier’s love/hate letter to their home town of Jarrow, an a homage to the book written by Red Ellen Wilkinson. Forgotten at best, actively dismantled at worst, Jarrow is a signifier of the treatment of Northern industrial towns. Pitch black in places but not without glimmers of hope, there is a violence and frustration that runs underneath the surface, a resentment at being ostracised.
Ippu has achieved a minor cult following in the UK, featuring on BBC Radio 6Music and frequently on local radio shows such as BCfm’s In-Tune with Phil Vickery, and Radio Woking’s Comfy Show, as well as web radio such as Radiocoolio. “Shift Down” is Ippu’s first release for the Submarine Broadcasting Company and demonstrates a subtle change of direction, with some more mid-tempo or mellower pieces: “Absolutely loving this mellow side of Ippu; Drifting Into Warm Sunset sounds more and more beautifully lush and dreamy every time you play it.” — Monolith Cocktail
Incentive returns to the Submarine Broadcasting Company with an album of fierce and cinematic electronica.
A collage of hard glitch and bleeps from Hypercube (Rodrigo Passannanti) coupled with almost jazz-tinged acoustic wind and string instruments from UNIC6 (Frédéric Iriarte). It’s unapologetically experimental and work that demands your attention.
After the release of the long-awaited album Analog Algorithm, Levan Lomidze expands the theme with Molecular Geometry – atmospheric techno EP, the next part and continuation of Analog Algorithm. Producer focuses on four tracks that most fully reveal the content and musical poetics of the album. Each sound is in the right place and adds to the unique effect of presence. It feels like a soundtrack to a space odyssey with maximum immersion. Definitely an essential listening.