SOME OF THE ALBUMS WE’VE LOVED OVER THE PAST 12 MONTHS

“Sinister rhythmic puppetry, glitched out malfunction and haunted noise-screens come together in one of the most well balanced dance LPs to date.”

“Each track on the album is just as riveting as the next, conveying different stories through homemade sounds and hyper-polished vocals.”

Space Afrika: Somewhere Decent To Live

“Somewhere Decent To Live stands as a meticulously-crafted ode to the murkier edges of the dancefloor, an introspective and considered dissection of UK club culture’s history.”

“You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who is held as a higher authority on modern day music-box experimentation and knob fiddling workouts.”

Shawty Pimp: Still Comin’ Real

“Plucked from a stupidly rare ‘95 tape, the tracks are mostly irresistible G-Funk-tinged rollers with a couple harder-hitting hustler anthems and some syrupy street ballads.”

Snail Mail: Lush

“Snail Mail’s debut album Lush is undoubtedly one of the most honest and resonating albums released in 2018.”

A COLLECTION OF 2018’S BEST EPS