Weekly Release Dump


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Friday, 3 September

Apoa – Kryonaut

43:31
post-rock
Dresden, Germany
Independent

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Ben Haskins – Oh Believers, Run!

36:00
post-rock
Cambridge, Ontario
Independent

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Friday, 27 August

Ascended Dead & Atomicide – Split

12:05
death metal
San Diego, California
Independent

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The Bug – Fire

51:52
experimental hip-hop
Brussels, Belgium
Ninja Tune

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Friday, 20 August

Alora Crucible – Thymiamatascension

40:43
post-classical
Connecticut
House of Mythology

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Altars of the Moon – ब्रह्‍मास्‍त्र

28:40
doomgaze
Portland, Oregon
Disorder

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Andrew Huang – Spacetime

29:52
synthwave
Toronto, Ontario
Independent

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Friday, 13 August

Aaro Laitinen Quintet – From 3 to 23

50:27
nu jazz, progressive rock
Finland
Eclipse

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Adam Znaidi – Pageant Smile

12:23
jazz fusion, nu jazz
London, UK
Independent

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Adrasteia & Celestial Sword

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Yves Tumor, Asaf Sirkis, Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, and Gratis

Yves Tumor – The Asymptotical World (Warp)

Yves Tumor, also known as Sean Bowie, is an American composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Italy. I’ve been following him for a while, but this is my first time writing about his music. His style is a blend of pop and experimental rock full of earworms and fun idiosyncrasies, which make listening to The Asymptotical World, and really any of his releases, an energizing and positive experience. On this EP, I would even say that his sound is somewhat inspired by noise rock! Although definitely not being categorizable as such, there … Read more