Hyperdub is celebrating its Ø events with the launch of a new book, 'Zero', which is the first to come from the label's new publishing imprint, Flatlines Press, and is set for release on 12th October.
AYA has announced her debut album, 'im hole', which will land on Hyperdub on 22nd October.
Lee Gamble will complete his Flush Real Pharynx trilogy for Hyperdub this September with the release of 'A Million Pieces Of You'. You can hear ‘Newtown Got Folded’ from the release below.
Lee Gamble will complete his Flush Real Pharynx trilogy for Hyperdub this September with the release of 'A Million Pieces Of You'.
Taking in seven tracks, the release follows on from 2019's 'In A Paraventral Scale' and 'Exhaust', the first two instalments in the series.
Loraine James has released a new single and accompanying video, 'Running Like That'.
The track, which features vocals from Canada-born, London-based singer Eden Samara, is lifted from James' new album, 'Reflection', which is out on Hyperdub on Friday, June 4th.
Samara says the song's lyrics are about being chased by the voices in your head. "I was imagining a car chase between someone and their shadow self," she says.
Loraine James has shared a new track from her forthcoming album.
Titled 'Let's Go', the single is the second track to be shared from James' forthcoming album ‘Reflection’, which was announced in back in March alongside lead single 'Simple Stuff'. The new album follows her 2019 breakthrough LP ‘For You & I’, which DJ Mag crowned as its favourite release of that year.
The Independent Label Market (ILM) will return to London this summer, marking its tenth anniversary on 10th July 2021 at Coal Drops Yard, King's Cross.
Founded in 2011 out of Soho's Berwick Street market, the organisation has since expanded to events across the world, forging close ties to more than 600 imprints in the process. The UK capital's 2020 edition was cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Loraine James will release a new album via Hyperdub in June.
Titled ‘Reflection’, James’ new album follows her 2019 breakthrough LP ‘For You & I’, which DJ Mag crowned as its favourite release of that year.
Set for release in June, the album was made in the summer of 2020, and is described as “a turbulent expression of inner-space”, and examines the experience of the past year from the perspective of a young, queer Black woman.
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