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Rustie: EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE

How many pixie sticks can you eat before you puke? How amped can you get before you’re just depleted? Is hi-end the new bass? How does it feel to live inside a Lisa Frank coloring book?

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Drew McDowall: Collapse

The kind of collapse witnessed here is a slow degeneration and deterioration, one that’s more obsessed with the mutation in the reconfiguration of the seams than the sanguinary remains of those crushed by the bottom falling out.

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Boody & Le1F: Liquid

Let those who wish to use LE1f's eccentric riddims and synth-gurgle flow as a novelty cause to do so. If it brings more ears to the table, minds and speakers will be blown in the process.

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Holly Herndon: Movement

This is an album predicated on the foregrounding of the voice as both instrument and element. With her passions split between dance and experimental music, Herndon opts for neither while arguing for both.

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Container: LP

A brutal collection of grainy technoise that is essential listening, even though it replicates the exact blueprint of its predecessor, also called LP.

Timothy Gabriele
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Andy Stott: Luxury Problems

Luxury Problems shows no want for reclaiming territory on the dancefloor; it’s perfectly happy lurking in the shadows, but there's an elegant dichotomy between degradation and angelic vocals that makes this Stott's most impressive work yet.

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