The legendary Andrew Weatherall opens up about his incredible career path, and exciting plans for the future.
The Estonian singer-producer talks about her roots, the Singing Revolution and travel induced weariness.
Kompakt co-founder and legendary DJ Michael Mayer reveals the unlikely inspiration behind his first studio album in eight years, Mantasy.
Pollyn’s smooth, burnished vocals, emminently hummable hooks and percussive funk all bode well, but the ghost of trip-hop past still hasn’t been – quite – exorcised.
Like spending time with a hyperactive child, Drucker’s new release can be joyous, funny, apt to fill you with a certain sense of wonder – and ultimately somewhat exhausting.
Buzzing and resonating wildly, like the hysterical thought processes of an overactive blast furnace, this is a Ballet Mécanique for a post-nuclear age.
A new compilation of freshly re-mastered cuts from Light in the Attic Records charts what happened for what you might call middle-period Hazlewood: after the big hits but before settling into the status of cult hero.
awE naturalE is thoroughly imbued with these technologies of the sacred: the rich harmonies of gospel and rattling, clattering percussive polyrhtyhms overlaid on the bleeps and bips of Sputnik and IBM; digital samplers become time machines; pitch-shifted vocals erupt in techno-pentecostalism.
Once a pioneer of the genre-mashing soundclash, Stewart now brings us a disappointing rock/electro hybrid that somehow manages to sound both hopelessly juvenile and wretchedly senescent at the same time.
Since leaving Japan in 1981, Sylvian has spent his time collaborating with a roll call of avant-gardists and producing some of the most beguiling music of the era. This collection showcases one of the most innovative British artists working in song today.
It offers a utopian glimpse of yesterday’s visions of the future, a time when the cutting edge of experimental electronic music still had a relationship to the everyday that was both estranging, de-territorialising, and curiously warm.
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