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Industrial Chillout Complex (created by Steve Hadfield and Werra Foxma) welcomes its first visitors on July 31st > listen to Clunk / the purest expression of its complex philosophy

Shipping now / out soon on Disciples > Ruth Mascelli – A Night At The Baths / Meat motor grooves and spongy acid lines

If you’re anywhere near Cork, Ireland on Aug. 7 > TEST SITE Seminar + Event #2 / Urban Planning Music Programme featuring: Bodycam (Michelle Doyle and Declan Synnott) / FIXITY / Cathal Mac Gabhann

And if you’ll find yourself near Salford, UK at some point in late October > Fat Out Fest, taking place across five spaces in Salford this Halloween weekend / Co-curated by Body Horror, Bollox, Box Records, Brave Exhibitions Festival, Counterflows Festival, Creatures of Catharsis, Gross Indecency & Upset the Rhythm

Out on Aug 18th. via FLAU Records > See-through Remixes by Kumi Takahara / Introspective and expansive at the same time, See-Through is Kumi Takahara’s debut album — a collection of classical music with a contemporary spirit. Her emotive, indie style is a swirl of raw strings, found sound and glistening piano: part private diary, part daydream (h/t Fluid Radio)

The Visual Artists of Irish Music #5: Robert Mirolo (via Nialler9 / @padraig_fleming / @regular_m_va)

For all you real 90s kids Thrill Jockey just put Directions In Music up on BC. Beautiful instrumental post-rock from Bundy K Brown and June of 44 drummer Dough Scharin. Big time nostalgia listen for me, still sounds fantastic (h/t Geoff Wilt) / filed under “Classic Rock” by Twitter

New episode of Aural Thicket radio show, hosted by Matthew J. Rolin > an hour of music from NE Ohio & elsewhere that has influenced him over the years

Latest Night After Night newsletter > Candid talk about a bumpy transition… and the long-awaited return of concert listings / The Night After Nightwatch featuring a pick of NYC shows (Lea Bertucci, Tim Berne/David Torn/Ches Smith and more)

Review of Tezeta > a sublime collection of covers and renditions of popular Ethiopian songs, originally released in 1976 (Awesome Tapes from Africa via Endless Crates)

Marshall Allen is doing two non-Arkestra shows next month in NYC! (h/t Brad Farberman)

Up for pre-order now via Moot Tapes > Claire Guerin & Eamon Ivri (aka Lighght) – Entropy / Miasmic bog music with hints of industrial and noise

Out this Friday on The Jewel Garden > Hold Onto Love by hyacinth. / watch the video for Spread

The History of Bones by John Lurie is out on Aug. 17 (h/t Marcissist / BusStationDrift)

Over at Aquarium Drunkard > A sit down with bassist & composer Melvin Gibbs (h/t Jason P. Woodbury)

Over at Backseat Mafia > Review of Hologram by A Place to Bury Strangers

Over at Birthday Cake for Breakfast > Nate Holdren reviews Present Tense, new one by FACS / out on Trouble in Mind

Over Xtra > Jesse Locke investigates how William Basinski got into dance music

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