Perila creates uncanny worlds crackling with both elemental force and human ingenuity. How Much Time is a glowing debut worth a full and dedicated listening.
Each listen of Lindstrøm's On a Clear Day I Can See You Forever reveals a fresh, sensory experience. Each track provides the soundtrack to whatever new feeling, memory, or experience you want.
Carmen Villain's latest album Both Lines Will Be Blue veers hard from her last two albums, trading her psychedelic roots for spacious ambient dub.
Andre Bratten's Pax Americana is full of contemporary synths with an undercurrent of low-key gloom, as suits the general mood of 2019.
Neneh Cherry only emerges when she has something to say, granting an artistic purity to every release. Given these times, Cherry has a lot to say on Broken Politics.