Layla Fassa spent some time in pre-lockdown Los Angeles with Stella Ahn, who brings a visual artist's eye to her music. The visual artist's first LP is an incomplete but delightfully strange waltz through classical and experimental forms. Where political passion is matched by outstanding club tracks. The New York-based artist gives a flawed yet exhilarating account of human passion. A Japanese ambient album made for prefab housing is reissued. A collection of exquisite R&B from one of the best. John Gómez and Music From Memory team up again for a second compilation of rare Brazilian music. A genre-hopping tribute to Jean-Michel Basquiat. The breakout Toronto artist returns with her third solo EP. The second of two albums drawing from traditional Japanese gagaku music.
Gerald Donald makes his Mexico debut at Yu Yu. A thrilling album by the Italian synth artist. The Chicago producer makes an unlikely comeback on Planet Mu. The Night Slugs artist draws from skilled rappers and singers on this pop-leaning album. object blue and Ben Vince feature on a John Cage-inspired compilation. Uncompromisingly fast singeli. Globally minded experimental pop and R&B that resists easy categorisation. Voice and synth minimalism from the Glasgow-based artist. A documentary soundtrack shows a subtle side to Holden's sound. Essential reissues of the innovative US composer's first two albums.