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Gifted & Blessed – Emotional Topography

There are two ways to deal with artistic frustration and restlessness. The first, more often associated with those who have achieved a high level of commercial success, is to grudgingly continue on the same path, doing the same thing to satisfy industry demands and continue earning a comfortable living. The second is to expand your artistic horizons, trying your hand at different things in order to fully satisfy your creative urges.

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Gifted and Blessed explores Emotional Topography

Stream a track from the LA producer’s entry into the Modern New Age series from Leaving Records.

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Best Record Sleeves: September


Leaving Records, Houndstooth, The Trilogy Tapes and L.I.E.S. were amongst the labels whose releases stood out in September. 

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Leaving Records to issue M. Geddes Gengras LP

The stalwart of LA’s experimental scene delves into mystical drone on the forthcoming Ishi.

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Keeping the wheels in motion: An interview with The Cyclist

Oli Warwick speaks to Andrew Morrison, the Irish producer better known as The Cyclist, responsible for one of this year’s most captivating debut albums in Bones In Motion.

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The Cyclist – Bones In Motion

While there’s a healthy amount of interest in sonic degradation, disintegration and overall destruction at the moment, there’s always been an undercurrent of artists devoted to the charms of lo-fi sonics. The West Coast of America in particular has always been rich with budget beats for million-dollar imaginations, from Anticon’s in-house drone fiend Odd Nosdam to Not Not Fun and it’s 100% Silk subsidiary. Matthew David’s Leaving Records has long served as an outlet for this strain of sun-baked surreality, and so it is that The Cyclist comes wheeling into ear shot with his second album and a chance to spread his ideas further.

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Various Artists – Stones Throw & Leaving Records: Dual Form

If musical labels were kids from your high school, Los Angeles based Leaving Records would likely be the one that sold pot to the jocks behind the bleachers, argued about the best Marilyn Manson releases with the goths, dropped into art class once a week to mess around with the sculptures, and never participated in gym class unless it was absolutely mandatory, at which point it would prove itself surprisingly athletic.

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Stones Throw and Leaving Records prepare Dual Form

Stones Throw have announced details of Dual Form, a compilation released in conjunction with fellow Los Angeles label Leaving Records.

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