You may or may not be familiar with London's Kelpe but he's been making beats since 2003, with past releases on DC Recordings, Black Acre, and more, long before many had electronic music on at the forefront of our minds at all. His latest EP I Felt Fuzzy is his first on the Svetlana Industries imprint (SVET009) and joins label contemporaries including Jackhigh. The label has a particular focus on vinyl, and the 12" record is available on Bandcamp, but they're also, of course, caught up with the space age, so you can stream the album here or there.
It's difficult to describe this album but it should be pretty universally pleasing, with influences from bass music, 8-bit chiptunes, hip-hop, and more (it seems to be more and more common lately to be unable to describe the music I'm listening to as belonging to a particularly category — it's all about defiance and breaking the right rules). BNJMN, Cupp Cave, and Naive Machine contribute their remix sensibilities alongside Kelpe's three original tracks.