It's a new episode of Ghost Zvuk, and that can only bring a much welcomed breeze of oddity and leftfield antics to our charts. The Russian label has impressed us since day one, bringing through some truly singular strains of electronic music that only use the core genres as footprints to deviate from. Flaty is new to their collective, but he fits in like hand in glove thanks to his debut album, New Suggestions. As per usual, there's a bit of everything in here, and from the subtle techno of "Aliyans", to the hollow drones of "Jelly", and the dubby, lo-fi glitches of experiments like "Smoke Figure/1-4 Jejer" or "Dismissed Relations", a whole variety of listeners and DJs will find something incredibly interesting and useful in this album. Many labels or artists talk about being experimental, but few actually are. Ghost Zvuk is one of those special imprints who don't feel the need to say anything, but who constantly surprise us with their fresh and compelling strains of music. TIP!