An excellent debut EP from the London pop artist.
The second of Hyperdub's 10th birthday compilations focuses on the great pop artists on the label's roster, and is a reminder that no one does it like them.
"Fucked ambient techno", buried bedroom house, and sleazy signifiers of wealth on the latest tape from prolific underground label 1080p.
Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy hit it out the park with Body High's first full-length: a bittersweet, redemptive traverse of the LA streets.
The producer's tough and tight mix captures the freedom running through one heavy-duty strand of UK club music right now.
Tom Krell's graceful third album distils the emotional pop-consciousness that's made his mixtapes such influential listening.
Lone's fifth album sees him maturing further still, with a tighter focus and concept than he's had before.
Tri Angle release an album of epic ballads inspired by Irish folk music and feelings from an ex-black metal singer, and it's as beautiful as it is disturbing.
Bayou's debut mixtape for Double Denim mixes the glossy with the ugly and does away with song structures, but it's all somehow totally cohesive.
The French producer, composer, and DJ releases his fifth solo album, consolidating all of his influences into his most cohesive artistic statement yet.
Seductive, paranormal pop on Throwing Shade's new EP for No Pain In Pop.
Formerly one half of Hype Williams, Inga Copeland makes a solo debut of stark, mechanical electronics.
The dubstep poster-boy's return sounds like a man suddenly sure of himself, and is resolutely our song of the week.
While those internet-absorbed visuals are still vital to what she's about, for the first time the London singer-songwriter's music stands on its own terms.
Nighttime synth pop and self-destructive lyrics on the Filipino synth pop musician's strong debut mixtape.