By now, we're pretty used to Japanese label Flau delivering innovative and eclectic gems, but they may well have outdone themselves this time. The Greeks Believed That The Stars Were Small Holes Where The Gods Listened To Men is not so much an album but a meditation on sound, presented as a series of sketches - 26 in total, title from "A" to "Z" - that explode, hum, and loop around your brain.

Sitting somewhere between electronic ambient and post-classical sound art, Buenos Aires-born musician and composer Ulises Conti has delivered music that's as emotionally resonant as it is inventive, on an album that rewards repeated listens with hidden details and greater sonic depth - an all too rare combination.

Have a listen to the exclusive stream below.