Nils Petter Molvaer & Moritz von Oswald – 1/1

German dub techno veteran Moritz von Oswald teamed up with Norwegian jazz trumpeter Nils Petter Molvaer for a one of a kind album.

Comfort Fit – Worlds Falling Apart

Following the recent Yosi Horikawa album, First Word Records put out another stunner, this time by Berlin-based Comfort Fit. Read our review, listen to the record!

Lokiboi – Late Reaction EP

The month of May sees the return of Moscow born now London beat affiliate Lokiboi. Read a review of his latest EP on Somethinksounds.

Ritornell – Aquarium Eyes

Earlier this month, Austrian duo Ritornell unveiled their second album on German label Karaoke Kalk. Read what Hannah thinks about it.

Mr Beatnick – Savannah EP

London’s Mr Beatnick completed his trilogy of EPs on Don’t Be Afraid with Savannah, the most versatile in the series.

Yatha Bhuta Jazz Combo

French producer Onra teamed up with long-time collaborator Buddy Sativa to record a spiritual jazz album. More about that in our review.

Clark – Lofthouse

When Fact Magazine posted their list of 30 overlooked techno albums, that got me thinking about Mark Bell’s 1995 album on Planet E, a then-popular album that many forgot about.

Astronautica – Replay Last Night

Following her self-titled EP released last year, Edrina Martinez aka Astronautica released a new album on LA’s Alpha Pup imprint.

Soosh – Colour is Breathe

Tomorrow, our good friends at Error Broadcast will release their first album. Read what we think about Soosh‘s debut.

Samoyed – Sloe Eyes

Ameliorating away from his earlier releases, Samoyed has proven his worth amongst his contemporaries with this new two-track EP.

Damiano von Erckert & Tito Wun – Mr. Pink what have you been smoking?

A couple of days ago, Cologne’s ava. released the collaborative mini LP by Damiano von Erckert and Tito Wun aka Twit One.

GoGo Penguin – Fanfares

Matthew Halsall’s Gondwana Records label just released the debut album by GoGo Penguin, a jazz trio in Manchester. Read all about it.

My Dry Wet Mess – Stereo Typing

Following his debut on Daedelus’ label, My Dry Wet Mess returns with a new album on Brainfeeder. Read what Gavin Kendricks thinks.

Kidkanevil & Daisuke Tanabe – Kidsuke

The collaboration between Daisuke Tanabe and Kidkanevil has been in the making for a while now, but it was well worth the wait. Read about it in the review.

Thundercat – The Golden Age of Apocalypse

If you still haven’t heard about Thundercat‘s album by now, here are some words on his debut album on Flying Lotus’ ever surprising Brainfeeder label.

Hyetal – Broadcast

It’s always a delight, if you get hooked on a album you didn’t see coming or by an artist you haven’t followed. In my case that was Hyetal‘s fantastic debut album on Black Acre.

Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx – We’re New Here

A year from today, I expressed my disappointment about the latest album from Gil Scott-Heron. Luckily, Jamie xx makes it all up with his own interpretations of the record.

Cold Mission – The Remixes

Considered by many as the first attempt at broken beat, the duo of Dego and Marc Mac released this track in 1996 on their own Reinforced imprint.

Ital Tek – Midnight Colour

Brighton’s Ital Tek released his second album on Planet Mu some weeks ago, a rich and highly melodic piece of work.

Lorn – Nothing Else

As the first artist to not come from the city of angels, Lorn‘s debut on Los Angeles based Brainfeeder is just around the corner.

Gonjasufi – A Sufi And A Killer

Here’s a late review for the great debut album by Gonjasufi, released two months ago on Warp Records.

Daedelus – Righteous Fists of Harmony

Next Tuesday, the new album from Daedelus will be out on the Brainfeeder label. I had the chance to listen to it for the last couple of weeks.

Gil Scott-Heron – I’m New Here

It’s been difficult to write a bad review about the biggest musical icons in my life, but unfortunately the latest from Gil Scott-Heron is a huge disappointment.

Four Tet – There Is Love In You

There hasn’t been an album review in a while and Kieran Hebdan’s new Four Tet LP makes a brilliant first candidate in 2010.

Pollyn – Still Love

Pollyn is a Los Angeles based trio with their second single about to be released. It features remixes from Débruit, Blue Daisy and Sid Roams.

Aardvarck – Titi

Amsterdam’s Mike Kivits must be considered one of the best in the city’s rich music scene and luckily he is also very busy to maintain this status. His debut on the Eat Concrete label came out last month and it’s his 4th solo album already.

2562 – Unbalance

It was only this summer, that I first listened to Dave Huismans’ debut under his 2562 moniker, 2008′s Aerial. As I didn’t want to make that mistake again, I followed all news about its successor and eventually got hold of a promo copy of the new album Unbalance.