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Welcome back to On Our Radar, a weekly music feature where the Reform team share their hottest tracks of the week. This week we’re spotlighting talent from our very own and exploring the different realms of sonic beats.


Her latest release is the bass-forward three-track EP ‘Basquiat’, released on Manchester’s record label Left Right & Centre. Entering the void through the thrilling title track, introduced by a ‘mysterious sample and a transcendent breakbeat coated with delayed synths, phasing in and out of the foreground to present a dreamlike space’.

Mixmag · Premiere: DR MYSTERY ‘Basquiat’


EP ‘Icons’ is here to drive your ears nuts. A smorgasbord of sonic delights and atmospheric excitement, jampacked with layers upon layers of sound art. Since the release of their first EP in 2019, they’ve been blowing up in the electronic sphere. It’s the kind of music that’s born into this world to give each individual listener a feeling of exclusivity as if your ears are the only ones to have heard the immensity and intricacy of their crafts. You can catch them at a couple of festivals this summer such as Lost Village and Four Tet’s All-Dayer to see the magic for yourselves. 


Manchester’s itsnatevendahk have just released a remix album of their 2021 album ‘Wedontdothatanymore’. Mastered by one of Reform’s very own, dithering, it’s safe to say the production is top-notch. Kicking off with the calming ‘Preelood’, the album sweeps into the mysteries of micro-genres such as Ambient Breakbeat with ‘Must Find Out Who He Is’.


K-65 traverses through the darker side of Electro and Breaks with bass-wobbling EP ‘The Sequence’, released on the Parisian label Les Yeux Orange. K makes use of a wonderfully haunting display of laughter, echoing relentlessly throughout the cause of track A ‘The Sequence’. Squelching samples and hard-hitting drums make up the rest of the rave-centric composition, leaving us thinking, what’s next for track B ‘Negative’…


It’s been a hot minute since SBTRKT has come out with any new music. Released on Ruff and Ready, the mask-man makes a comeback with catchy Jungle tune ‘miss the days’. Held together with his trademark synth chords and silky vocals, his new sound blesses us with a tune fit for the summer festivities.

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