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Phil Coffins - Burgundy Blood - Fresh Herring Records

Manc MC Burgundy Blood's debut album 'Suede Comet' has been leaking tracks for a while now and this is the latest joint — typically dusted insanity ("I'm like Orpheus/pop a tampax in every orifice") and production part Bollywood, part Pete Rock. The album also features cameos from Kool Keith, Sadat X, Meyhem Lauren, X-Ray, Konny Kon & Chalk. Check this and you'll want to check IT. Make sure you do both. 

Whitelight Monochrome EP - Radioactive Man - Reinhardt Records

Crisp and clinical lines as you would expect from Tenniswood. Still the sharpest machine funk technician out there. Even a Joy Division nod on ‘Transponder’.

The Party Line - Belle and Sebastian - Matador

Surprise change of direction for twee Glaswegian indie-rock troupe, who drop this throbbing disco number ahead of their forthcoming album.

The Periodic Table - Reagenz - The Bunker New York

David ‘Move D’ Moufang teams up with Spacetime Continuum artist Jonah Sharp for a series of extended dub techno jams. With each track clocking in at about a quarter of an hour, there’s plenty of scope for the pair to get creative, and each one encompasses niggling acid lines, lunging basslines and percussive bursts. It’s hard to pick a favourite, but the cut-up rhythms of 'Tc' and the raw drums and distorted beats of 'Ge' just about shade it.