Is 120 a number of any significance? 120 weeks (give or take) of Bandcloud. Not too bad. I hope you're still enjoying it though, otherwise this is a fruitless enterprise.
Ensemble - Versatile
French label Versatile is celebrating 20 years, and they've done this sweet release to celebrate, conceived and recorded in three days. It features three original tracks and a remix. 'Song For Nana' is an infectious house groove built on a foundation of funk; 'Méandres' is a meandering wonder, part twisted folk, part electronic wizardry — it's so so different to the track before, and yet it's a marvel nonetheless. Things kick up again with the barnstorming 'Likwid', which is also remixed by I:Cube. Both versions kick hard.
Solo Andata - In The Lens
Oh this is just lovely. It's apparently built from lost samples and fragments on hard drives, lots of guitar, piano and woodwind smoothed out and layered together beautifully. Hazy, blissful music with a hint of melancholy.
Matt Nida - :4 EP
Matt Nida hasn't put anything out in a while so I was very happy to see this. I really loved his Explorer release on Hel, and featured it here, but this is a bit more rounded than that space-focused EP. Across its four tracks it's got that same inquisitive electro spirit, but with a variety of tempos and ideas, particularly on the bouncy and unusual 'Forcefield', the weirdest and best track of the bunch.
Herd - Arteater
And to close we've some dark techno. Lots of mechanical scraping and twinkling scratches, driven by faint militaristic drums, it's equal parts dystopian cityscape and nightmare videogame scenario.