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Lee Gamble: Exhaust EP

In part two of a trilogy of releases focused on capitalist semiotic pollution, the UK producer juggles abrasive club-music tropes with field recordings and ominous scraps of advertising....

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After bowing out at the peak of the trap wave they helped usher in, Hudson Mohawke and Lunice return for their first EP in seven years, sounding as irreverent and unruly as when they started....

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Enchante: Mind in Camden 2

RAPs Guy Gormley weaves together field recordings, ambient sketches, and club beats in a way that feels provocatively out of step with contemporary dance music....

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Aimee Mann: Bachelor No. 2 or, the Last Remains of the Dodo

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Aimee Manns third album, a world-weary showcase of independent spirit and expertly tuned songwriting....

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New Hell

The second album from the Michigan rock trio is alternately brutal and transcendent, like heavy machinery coming up against the stubbornness of nature....

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The NYC rapper, having left his label, shakes off the pressure of his tumultuous last few years with aset of straight-ahead, grimy rap songs....

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Andy Stott: It Should Be Us

The Manchester producers latest songs take us deep into the catacombs to explore a vision of club music at its most damaged....

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