5 albums to listen over the weekend from Guedra Guedra, Kuniyuki Takahashi, Nicola Cruz, Om Unit, Deadline Paranoia

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Good music is on every corner, but it needs to be unveiled. Every weekend we recommend 5 albums you should check. 

Guedra Guedra - Vexillology
On the Corner Records / 2021

Guedra Guedra's debut LP is kicking down borders, throwing down rhythms and landing depth charges into the foundations of 2021.

From his Casablanca studio Guedra Guedra has constructed a World from underground bass cultures and rode them into the rivers of rhythmic history.

Listen on: Spotify | Apple Music 
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Nicola Cruz - Subtropique
Rhythm Section International / 2021

Inspired by an Ecuadorian upbringing, percussion is at the heart of how Nicola operates, with his style finding a natural home on the London label. Presenting 5 expansive efforts equally indebted to traditional drumming as they are to contemporary club sounds, ‘Subtropique’ remains sonically cohesive without feeling the need to settle to a definable style. The tracks are tied together by a lucid psychedelic thread, which despite challenging the expectations and fundamentals of electronic dance music, demand movement at a time where we yearn for it.

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Kuniyuki Takahashi - Feather World
rohs! records / 2021

Japanese veteran electronic music producer Kuniyuki Takahashi’s fourth album on Mule which is released in 2013 on only cd is finally available on vinyl! Th record features collaboration with artists like Bugge Wesseltoft, Anne Clark, Henrik Schwarz, Fumio Itabashi.

It’s a first class mixture of jazz, african, soul in a modern electronic music.

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Om Unit - Acid Dub Studies
Self Released/ 2021

Jim Coles once again turns the tide towards a new horizon and travels further into the echo chamber. Leading on from the much-lauded ‘Secret Location’ mini-album with Seekersinternational, one-offs such as ‘Open Palms dub’ (Dub Stuy) and other teasings, ‘Acid Dub Studies’ is the fully-fledged result of the merging of the calligraphic expression of the 303 Acid bassline with the stern sway of Dub Reggae and the hazier edges of Dub Techno and Ambient music.

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Deadline Paranoia - Deadline Paranoia 3/3
Ongerhood / 2021

On March 5th, Ongehoord is releasing the concluding album of the Deadline Paranoia trilogy; Deadline Paranoia 3/3. The final set of rereleased psychedelic sounds that complete the oeuvre of the1980s Amsterdam based band. Jeroen Vermandere, the person behind Ongehoord, discovered the band during his thorough search of Dutch cassettes and 1980s cassette culture and presents us thiscarefully selected triptych, taking the listener on quite a trip. 3/3starts with a guttural exhalation, a celestial moan, setting the tone of the rest of the album - from there on the hot stickiness of dub oozes into the listener's ears, followed by ancestral percussion, rolling guitar riffs, and the nomadic sounds of the melodica.

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