“… I really enjoy working with organic sources of audio, finding or recording sounds, which I then start heavily processing in unusual ways…”

James Murray

Careful Now

“… a radiant, soft-focused work of wide-eyed romanticism and childlike innocence…”

London-based composer’s first solo release since 2019, back on Ian Hawgood’s celebrated Home Normal label

“… my role as a performer fulfils me completely […] I don’t feel any frustration in playing other people’s music, I find it a total field of expression…”

Halina Rice

Fracture

“… a fragmentation of reality through jittery and elastic elements, which seem to come in like waves, to unsettle and to heal…”

“… I’ve always been interested in what gives a piece of music emotional content, which for me derives from harmony as well as melody…”

“… I’ve become immensely enthusiastic about emotional embodiment… I’d like to evoke specific feelings in the audience during the listening sessions…”

Focus on Głós

“… I don’t distinguish so much between Techno and Ambient. For me, it’s the same: a soundtrack to special moments…”

“… there’s no point in wasting a lot of time on a track which obviously isn’t going to work, the listeners can hear it’s not been fun to work on…”

Luke Howard

All Of Us

“… while the music is a reflection of this artist’s personal journey through isolation, loss, and, ultimately, destiny, it is a work in which we glimpse a little of ourselves…”

Second studio album for Mercury KX by this post-classical Australian composer inspired by the predicament of humanity.

“… I do not have a concrete strategy. I would say it is more philosophy. I try to avoid too much knowledge; that way, I can keep up a playful approach…”

Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch

Ravage

“… how thoroughly unprepared we are for something almost all of us will experience…”

I see Ravage as a mourning diary – it’s intimate, ritualistic in the sense that some of the methods used are sometimes more to do with their symbolic meaning than with the resulting sound.