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Lauer – Borndom LP

We’ve been patiently waiting for Lauer’s second album since we were blown away by the superb ‘Stigma’ last year.

Released on the Munich-based Permanent Vacation label, ‘Borndom’ is out now and we highly recommend you going out and spending all your hard-earned cash on it. It’s an 80s-influenced, synth-heavy piece of work, and we’ve picked out our favourite tracks from the LP to soundtrack the excitements as the bank holiday creeps in.

If you like what you hear and you’re London-based, we highly recommend heading down to Oval Space on 12th June. Lauer is playing in a splendid line-up that consists of Joy Orbison, Gerd Janson and Prins Thomas. Tickets here.

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Audion – Sky (Daniel Avery Remix)

As fans of all three parties involved in this tune; Matthew Dear, Matthew Dear’s techno alias Audion, and friend of HD Daniel Avery, we knew we were in for a treat:

It sticks with the atmospheric, looping techno both aritsts do so well and is a fitting return for Dan after his widely and correctly lauded ‘Drone Logic’ LP of last year. Matthew Dear is currently putting together a live show to accompany this Audion rerelease and UK fans can catch it at London’s Oval Space on May 4th. We’ll let you know when tickets come on sale (once we’ve picked up a few ourselves).

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Ranacat – The Real Milton Flow

London based Argentine producer Pablo Ranacat is not someone who has graced these pages before. That said, on the evidence of the perfectly controlled ‘The Real Milton Flow’ – taken from the ‘Love Is Superfood’ EP, out on Berlin’s Mobilee Records – he may be about to make up for lost time.

It’s hypnotic and atmospheric, gnawing at you until you can’t help but start shuffling away, no matter where you are. Perfect for when the sun’s just about finished its work for the day…which is handy, as you can catch Pablo launch his new label Sneaky Music during a day-long terrace session at the excellent Oval Space on July 21st. We’re booking now.

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