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Coil: Time Machines

Dais Records reissues a relic of Coil's discography with Time Machines, acting as the latest reminder of the brilliance of the experimental act and the forward thinking music they represented.

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Dälek: Endangered Philosophies

Dälek release a statement regarding the current state of reality. By reflecting on their past and collecting the various aspects making up the essence of their identity they unleash a vitriolic work of experimental hip-hop.

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Ex Eye: Ex Eye

Led by Colin Stetson and augmented by drummer Greg Fox, Ex Eye makes a black metal/jazz amalgam that is cathartic in its athleticism.

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Boris: Noise

This is probably Boris’ most accessible record to date and the overall feeling is that it has, once again, managed to mould its inspiration while remaining quintessentially "Boris".

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Kwes: ilp

Kwes's ilp is thoroughly enjoyable listen from start to end, taking in all manner of influences both cogent and disparate.

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Raspberry Bulbs: Deformed Worship

Round two from Raspberry Bulbs is just as aggressive as round one, but stepping up a weight class with the band's new members has given it more room to swing and experiment with a few new punches.

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Spektr: Cypher

Cypher is the third full-length from eclectic and eccentric industrial/black metal band Spektr, and it's the Parisian duo's most bizarre and unconventional album by far.

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High Aura'd: Sanguine Futures

Much like recent releases from Thomas Köner and Locrian/Christoph Heemann, High Aura'd's Sanguine Futures worms it way beneath the skin, luring you in with its bewitching tapestries.

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