Half of Parisian group Nôze, Pailhès debuts his solo full length on Circus Company. Aside from the energetic eccentricities of the duo, 'Divine' relishes the delicacies of electronically crafted acoustic instruments in well-paced journey of playful, sentimental songs in an elegant magical atmosphere.
The tenth studio album by the British trip hop pioneer Tricky, who calls it better than his breakthrough debut 1995's 'Maxinquaye'. Guest vocalists adding passionate poignancy, he traverses forlorn fragile beatscapes, soul and jazz inflections with haunting grooves. Tricky doing his thing on top form.
Despite their fundamentally misleading name, the Manchester-hailing quartet Egyptian Hip Hop do make some pretty good indie rock. Their latest release on R&S skirts psychedelic rock, bleary shoegazer echos and rhythmic experimentation, showing their very well-informed take on longstanding band format.
A Greek trio of double bass, cello and oscillators with two LPs on Athens' Antifrost label make a first appearance on PAN. Dramatic swaths of delectable immense noise tremble between acoustic complexities and subtle swelling electronic drones, if you're not afraid to embrace the dark side, this one's for you.
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