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"He is unmatchable in flow, delivery, and voice. Danny Brown has all the tools to be the greatest working rapper." -PITCHFORK Atrocity Exhibition is one of the freshest and boldest-sounding rap albums in recent memory, a sonic swirl inspired by the work of Talking Heads and Joy Division that nonetheless...

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As the intro notes, “Quaranta” is Italian for “forty.” According to Brown, Quaranta is the spiritual sequel to XXX, his breakout album released on Fool’s Gold in 2011, that infamously cataloged a life lived on the edge at thirty. The whirlwind of parties, tours, collaborations and achievements that followed that...

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Dostrotime is Squarepusher-style fun. Heavy, intense, tear out experimental electronic music for the sheer exhilaration of it. Unapologetically, one for the Squarepunter Massive! In early 2020, Squarepusher had just released Be Up A Hello to huge acclaim, and was gearing up for a worldwide tour featuring some of his biggest shows...

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The first full-length studio album by Richie Hawtin, who was 22 years old at the time and living in Windsor, Canada. It was first released in June 1993 under the F.U.S.E. name on Hawtin’s own Plus 8 Records imprint and again on Warp Records as part of the Artificial Intelligence...

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Debut studio album by Dutch electronic music producer and DJ Speedy J (real name Jochem Paap), Ginger was originally released in June 1993 as part of Warp Records’ Artificial Intelligence series. Remastered in 2021, the reissue contains the original design by longtime Warp collaborators The Designers Republic. <iframe style="border: 0; width: 100%;...

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Evian Christ’s reputation for delivering massive live productions has ensured his position as an abidingly popular mainstay; with or without new music, away from the limelight afforded to a revolving door of house and techno propagators, a new and dedicated audience has continued to develop around Christ’s unrelenting endorsement of...

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Multi-disciplinary artist Jasper Marsalis, known by his stage name Slauson Malone 1, announces his new album, EXCELSIOR, out October 6th as his debut for iconic label Warp Records. Among the gems within this album, the spotlight shines on his newly-released second single out today "New Joy," a mesmerizing exploration of...

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Oneohtrix Point Never, AKA Daniel Lopatin, has announced his new album Again, set for release September 29 via Warp. In Lopatin’s words the album is in part “a speculative autobiography,” a transmission, a spellbound backwash of digital languages and sonic paranoias, what’s remembered and what’s forgotten, all presented in OPN’s...

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  Ken Downie, Ed Handley, and Andy Turner split their talents across numerous solo aliases on the trio’s previous Warp album Bytes; their 1995 album Spanners saw them recombine into a macrocosm of constantly shifting, expert electronic creations. The Black Dog were not ones for interviews during the 90s, preferring to...

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Officially a compilation featuring Plaid, Balil, Xeper, I.A.O. and more, due to some contract fuckries, ‘Bytes’ is still effectively Black Dog Productions’ debut album masterpiece. Like many of their generation, it was heavily influenced by the futureshock of Detroit techno, deep house from Chicago, and NYC electro, but mutated in...

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Anticipation has been building for this 2023 EP from British electronic musician Richard D. James, better known as Aphex Twin. In June 2023, he made a rare appearance in social media photos with Arca. He has put up posters in the L.A. area with a QR code linking to an...

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Teeming with melodic epiphanies and layered sounds, Squid’s second album O Monolith is a musical evocation of environment, domesticity and self-made folklore. Like its predecessor, 2021’s critically acclaimed, UK number 4 album Bright Green Field, it is dense and tricksy – but also more warm and characterful, with a meandering,...

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'Twoism' is one of the most sought after records of recent years. The original 100 copy only vinyl home pressing now changes hands for 800 pounds+. 'Twoism' shows the band in their element. dark and grainy, sweet and sour, this an autumnal record.140...

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2006’s ‘Trans Canada Highway’ is a crucial EP serving to reconnect the link in the wake of the guitar-led euphoria of 2005’s ‘The Campfire Headphase’ and the more pronounced strains of dread on 2002’s ‘Geogaddi’. As the title and artwork suggests we’re led there by wide expanses of green tarmac...

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A Warp Records classic, The Campfire Headphase is a defining record in the Boards of Canada discography in that it saw the duo adding acoustic and electric instruments into the fold and seamlessly meshing them together with manipulated synths and electronic loops. The album achieves a lush, organic electronic sound...

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Kassa Overall is a welcome addition to the forward thinking Warp Records roster looking to take things even further. With an impressive list of collaborators and credits under his belt, the NYC by way of Seattle artist merges jazz, beats, rap, and his virtuosic drumming, getting personal and even more...

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Faith In Nothing Except In Salvation Mysteriously appearing on the scene 2 years ago with the critically acclaimed Serpent Music, Yves Tumor returns once more with the highly anticipated Warp Records debut Safe in the Hands of Love. Ever the sonic chameleon, Yves blew the minds of familiar fans with...

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Yves Tumor's fifth studio album, Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds) is a continuation of what some would consider their genre-defying sound. Self-described as their "most intimate and personal statement to date," the dark and ambient sound of this album was...

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Music Has The Right To Children arrived in April 1998 as a joint release from Warp and the burgeoning Skam imprint. From low key beginnings, it’s singular combination of loping rhythms, corroded cassette textures, and ambient sound design have gone on to capture the imaginations of several generations of...

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Aphex Twin makes his return on Warp with new album Syro. Richard D. James has been releasing music since the beginning of the ‘90s. His first full-length album, Selected Ambient Works 85-92, came out in 1992 through R&S Records. The first Aphex Twin release on Warp would be 1993’s On...

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The album where it all started getting properly weirdo. Trust we were scratching our heads for a long while on the day this landed at the shop all the way back in 2001. The opening Gamelan piece was easy enough on the ears, but after that it took a bit...

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20th anniversary reissue of Æ’s particularly cranky batch, exploring avant-B-Boy steez and emulsified CPU innards against the grain of an increasingly retro-fixated electronic music field in 2003. After flipping electronic music on its baldy bonce with ‘LP5’ (1998), and paring it back to slippery algorithmic asssymetry on ‘Confield’ (2001), Autechre found...

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Raven is the long-anticipated sequel to Kelela’s impeccable studio debut and is slated for release February 10, 2023. Kelela emerges from the tides of her higher self’s oceanic orbit with a fifteen-track, continuous play LP exploring autonomy, belonging and self-renewal as healing. With all the sonic, visual, and physical sensualism...

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"Are you sitting comfortably? Artificial Intelligence is for long journeys, quiet nights and club drowsy dawns. Listen with an open mind."Back in 1992 when Warp released the Artificial Intelligence compilation it almost instantly changed both the course of Warp as a label and arguably what many would consider "club"...

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Plaid are back with their 11th full-length, a concept album about a never-ending festival on the planet Falorx. The story goes that Ed Handley and Andy Turner were beamed down as bodies of light to Felorx for the infinite festival Feorm to play an interstellar live set. Clearly there are parallels...

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Nightmares On Wax presents live recordings of his most recent album Shout Out! To Freedom..., a deeply personal project built from life-affirming realizations brought on by a period of profound change in his life. The result is an exploration of musical and personal freedom, and N.O.W's deepest record to...

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With the remastered edition of Clark’s seminal 3rd album Body Riddle comes a compilation gathering rare and unreleased material from an incredibly fruitful period of his career. Featuring tracks from his 2006 EP Throttle Furniture, as well as several throttleclark.com releases and songs resurfaced from the archives, 05-10 adds...

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Punk-rap spearhead Wu-Lu reps for South London in ’22 with a strong debut album, proper, for Warp after making waves with his self-releases and drops on CURL and Touching Bass.

Hailing from a fecund scene south of the Thames, Wu-Lu naturally weaves influences ranging from punk rock and rap to jungle...

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HudMo unbuckles his soundtrack for the endgame with an overproof haul of giddy hip hop, hardstyle fanfare, hyperpop euphoria and cartoonish gospel sample flips . ‘Cry Sugar’ is Hudson Mohawke’s first original album since 2015’s ‘Lantern’. During the interim he’s produced records for Pusha T, Drake, A$AP Rocky, and Anohni, and...

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As the final part of the N.O.W. Is The Time campaign celebrating 25 years of Nightmares On Wax, Warp presents double gatefold vinyl represses of the Nightmares On Wax back catalogue. All of the albums will include printed inner sleeves, and are released on double vinyl, many of these having...

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Amber, the second full-length from Autechre.
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Iconic Warp mainstay Nightmares on Wax releases his long-anticipated return with new album Shape The Future. The marriage of soul, hip-hop, dub and timeless club sounds that Nightmares on Wax has been mutating and perfecting for years finds perhaps its most fluid form yet on Shape The Future. Energized by...

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Oneohtrix Point Never release 'R Plus Seven' on Warp Records. The album contains many familiar sonic touchstones for listeners who have followed the acclaimed electronic music composer's development over the last half-decade, his Warp Records debut is a major departure from his previous work. Lopatin's experimental inclinations lurk behind the...

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Debut solo album from songwriter and Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist / vocalist Daniel Rossen - even if you’re not familiar with the name you’ll likely know his voice. Trading lead vocals with bandmate Ed Droste, Rossen’s band Grizzly Bear became leaders for a late-aughts wave of Brooklyn transplants bringing their introspective...

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As the final part of the 'N.O.W. Is The Time' campaign celebrating 25 years of Nightmares On Wax, Warp presents double gatefold vinyl represses of the Nightmares On Wax back catalogue. All of the albums include printed inner sleeves and a download card for the full audio. Reissue of the...

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As the final part of the 'N.O.W. Is The Time' campaign celebrating 25 years of Nightmares On Wax, Warp presents double gatefold vinyl represses of the Nightmares On Wax back catalogue. All of the albums include printed inner sleeves and a download card for the full audio. Reissue of Nightmares...

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Microtronics Volumes 1 & 2’s initial availability alone makes it some of the group’s most curious releases, released first as tour-only 3” CDs in 2003 and 2005 before being offered exclusively via mail order. True to its name, Microtronics offers miniatures of Broadcast’s experimental spirit, the majority of the 21...

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Released as a tour only CD limited to 750 copies supporting their collaborative album with the Focus Group in 2009, Mother Is The Milky Way takes on a retrospective weight as Broadcast’s true final release before Trish Keenan’s passing in 2011. The release contains some of Broadcast’s warmest, most personal...

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The Maida Vale Sessions compiles four of Broadcast’s live performances at the famed West London studios between October 1996 and August 2003, charting the band from their first year together to near-international recognition as their sound continued mutating. Even in their embryonic state, Broadcast appear fully formed on their first session...

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A compendium of early EP tracks and B-sides, along with rare compilation tracks that plays through like a concise summary of their music. Through the deeply intricate orchestral compositions and the unmistakably glassy vocal work of Trish Keenan, this treasure chest is the perfect introduction to Broadcast’s singular form...

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Having graced more “Albums You Must Hear” lists than many other revered long players, Haha Sound is vintage, retro-centric electronic pop that helped to establish Broadcast’s inimitable sound. Ominous Cloud, for example, is an archetypal Broadcast treasure. Blissful, glowing compositions holding up the vacant melodies of Trish Keenan. Lunch Hour...

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Oneohtrix Point Never's second LP released through Warp Records sees a continuation of the incredible, cinematic sound design for which compose r/ producer Daniel Lopatin has gained a reputation during his career. Through 'Garden Of Delete', he finds new inspiration in Ezra, an apparent...

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It’s Daniel Lopatin’s most cohesive and richly composed work to date, weaving a tapestry of disparate musical histories — early music, country and folk balladry, melodic pop, computer music and much, much more — that demonstrate both the complexity and range of the artist's repertoire. With sounds that are unsettlingly...

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As the final part of the N.O.W. Is The Time campaign celebrating 25 years of Nightmares On Wax, Warp presents double gatefold vinyl represses of the Nightmares On Wax back catalogue. All of the albums will include printed inner sleeves, and are released on double vinyl, many of these having...

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If 1998’s ‘Music Had The Right The Children’ beguiled in its naivety, with voices of playing children ringing from some half-remembered time, ‘Geogaddi’, released four years later, unearthed a more sinister dread from the palette which had made Boards of Canada’s first album such vital listening. Embedded in the motifs...

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In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country, released in 2000, shows Boards of Canada at their most focused and effective, exerting a gorgeous yet disorientating hold over listeners in the space of just four tracks. ‘Zoetrope’ is one of the duo’s brightest and most carefree tracks, with sharp synths...

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Vinyl re-press of the third album by Broadcast,originally released in 2005. Comes with a digital download card.
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