Hyperdub has teamed up with TV network Adult Swim for a new 15th anniversary compilation titled 'HyperSwim'.
19 artists that currently make up part of Hyperdub's label roster feature on the release, including Burial, Dean Blunt, Fatima Al Qadiri, Laurel Halo, Lee Gamble, Cooly G, DJ Haram, and label head Kode9.
HyperSwim will initially be available for streaming in full via Adult Swim only this Friday, November 22nd, with a wider release set to follow across all digital platforms a day later on Saturday, November 23rd.
Burial has announced a new compilation.
Off the back of a second collaborative EP with The Bug, a solo EP and remixing Luke Slater's 'Love', the South London producer will release 'Tunes 2011-2019' via Hyperdub on 6th December.
Compiling tracks from EPs released over the last eight years, the release will span two CDs worth of material.
Hyperdub will celebrate their 15th birthday with a party at London's Village Underground later this month.
Featuring a number of core members from the label's roster, the party will see Kode9 playing b2b with a special guest who will remain unannounced until the party. The label has hinted that the guest is a "South London legend" and old friend of the label, and added that the b2b will mark the first time the two have played together in the UK.
Lee Gamble has announced the second part in his ongoing triptych of records, 'Flush Real Pharynx'.
'Exhaust' sees Gamble continue to explore the three stages of the' Semioblitz', a term popularised by the writer Mark Fisher which refers to "the aggressive onslaught of visual and sonic stimuli of contemporary cities and virtual spaces".
Doon Kanda will release a new album via Hyperdub.
Following two EPs on the underground imprint, 'Luna' and 'Heart', producer and artist Jesse Kanda will release the 13-track album, entitled 'Labyrinth', on the 29th November.
The first single to be shared from the album is 'Polycephaly', a haunting, key-laden track written in a 3/4 time signature inspired by the Waltz - a theme which Hyperdub shares runs throughout 'Labyrinth'.
Inventive DJing, mind-altering live sets, and absurd explorations in artificial intelligence make for an unparalleled late-summer day out at Wysing Polyphonic 2019. Marking its tenth annual festival, Wysing Arts Centre, situated a few miles west of Cambridge, proves itself once again to be a vital hub for forward-thinking art and sounds.
Loraine James has shared the video for ‘London Ting / Dark As Fuck’, taken from her forthcoming album, 'For You And I'.
The video, which accompanies James' glitched, chaotic sonics on 'London Ting / Dark As Fuck', features South-East London MC Le3 Black, who contributes quick-witted, scathing bars about the city's hectic landscape.
The track itself captures the pressures of London life, with dizzying and non-sensical visuals set against the backdrop of the estate where James grew up.
Teklife co-founder DJ Spinn will release 'Da Life' on the 18th October via London underground unit, Hyperdub.
Featuring Teklife affiliate DJ Manny on track 'Sky Way', and vocal contributions from DJ Spinn himself on 'Knock A Patch Out' and 'U Ain't Really Bout Dat Life', the DJ and producer weaves 160 magic with four tracks of high-energy, club-ready footwork.
Proc Fiskal will return to Hyperdub in September with his first release of 2019.
The 'Shleekit Doss' EP, Proc shares, is “a kind of representation of the time I was running the club night of the same name in Edinburgh."
“These tunes represent the night’s ethos of genre-defiance and high-energy futuristic sets," the Scottish producer says, "ecstatic and transcendent while still being fun and stupid. I was getting my friends to play and I made all the posters on my phone - like this EP’s artwork."