The ten-track album, which arrives June 5th, features Lalita, LYZZA and hardcore punk band Code Orange. Out June 12th, the LP was inspired by "unlived memories" of '70s and '80s Russian and Japanese pop music and film. DJ Marcelle, rRoxymore, Loraine James, Afrodeutsche, Titonton Duvante and Hieroglyphic Being are among the artists featured on the 20-track mix, out May 15th. OTHR and Roman also contributed tracks to the release, which lands April 10th. Smith's first LP in two years arrives May 15th via Ghostly International. The eight-track LP is out on Anthony Naples and Jenny Slattery's label April 10th. Out March 27th, the 13-track LP is mixed by Jaar and composer Patrick Higgins, with whom he's previously collaborated as AEAEA. The 12-track full-length, out April 2nd, is the NYC artist's first new music in two years and features Nappy Nina, Victoria Sin, Shy One, YonYon and more. Secret Passage, out March 26th, is an homage to the East Side Rail Tunnel in Providence, Rhode Island, where Russom grew up. Out May 1st on Planet Mu, the LP was written following Alan Myson's move out of "the city" and the birth of his first child. The 31-track compilation, out March 27th, features an exclusive from Mr Scruff and CyberPunkJazz, plus an unreleased track from Andy Ash. The LP, whose title means "checkmate" in Italian, is a continuation of Senni's "pointillistic" style and is out April 24th. Every Friday from April through June, Jay Donaldson will host a variety of guests at the Shoreditch venue. Acoustic Shadows, out April 15th on SA Recordings, has since been shaped into an LP and a sample library. Eris Drew and Octo Octa will return to play back-to-back, while FAUZIA, DJ Flight, Lena Willikens, LSDXOXO and Wheelman will make their debut at the English festival this September. Maria Rossi's third LP for Night School, out March 27th, finds her further exploring noise elements and vocal abstraction. Out March 6th on Cohen's Versatile Records, the LP was recorded at Kalma's house in Mullumbimby, Australia, and mixed by I:Cube. Out April 10th, it's described as "not your ex-boyfriend's Berlin zombie sway dance beats." Later this week, Faizal Mostrixx, Hibotep, K15 and more reunite in London for a studio residency to finish the record, out in May. The source recordings of Momentary Glow, out April 3rd, were recorded at an artists' residency in 2018.