With release of the album ‘Syro’ in 2014 (a record that mainly displays the producer’s penchant for hectic, acidulous beat-making, and one this writer has returned to many times, still finding it a curiously frustrating item), Richard D James began a new period of music unearthing activity. He still doesn’t do many interviews– and even continues to put up music online near anonymously–, but still garners more intrigue, interest, and has more news pieces written in his honour, than anyone else from the Warp stable. And all despite being in the business going on some thirty years. This week James put all of his official releases up until this point online for both streaming and purchasing purposes, and you can hereby indulge by visiting it all at the address below. As you’ll see for yourself, there is also a host of previously unreleased stuff on there.