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Stoned bears, 4D Sound and EDM bellends: Joe Muggs does ADE
Stoned bears, 4D Sound and EDM bellends: Joe Muggs does ADE
Words by Joe Muggs •  23rd October 2014 • No Comments
I keep having to check my privilege. You can hear quite a lot of moaning at ADE – about EDM bellends, about flashy Yanks and Italians, about endless pointless meetings, about hangovers and sl [...]
My Favourite Record: Ellen Allien
My Favourite Record: Ellen Allien
23rd October 2014 • 
My Favourite Record is a new feature where we ask musicians we rate from across the spectrum to pick their most cherished album - a development of our occasional On Record feature, and a chance [...]
My Favourite Record: Waze & Odyssey
My Favourite Record: Waze & Odyssey
21st October 2014 • 
My Favourite Record is a new feature where we ask musicians we rate from across the spectrum to pick their most cherished album - a development of our occasional On Record feature, and a chance [...]
The Essential… Scott Walker
The Essential… Scott Walker
Words by Angus Finlayson •  17th October 2014 • 
By the age of 23, Scott Walker had enjoyed a more successful pop career than most could hope for in a lifetime. As one third of The Walker Brothers, a trio of Americans in self-imposed exile in [...]
This Is Yello-ism: Boris Blank’s 10 favourite electronic records
This Is Yello-ism: Boris Blank’s 10 favourite electronic records
16th October 2014 • 
Originally posted on The Vinyl Factory With his solo retrospective and vinyl box set Electrified receiving the requisite crowd-funding earlier this year, Boris Blank, founder of Swiss electro-p [...]
Love is the Message: remembering electronic pioneer Mark Bell
Love is the Message: remembering electronic pioneer Mark Bell
Words by Joe Muggs •  14th October 2014 • 
It's a part of the modern malaise to have to demonstrate emotional incontinence at the death of every vaguely famous person you've never met.  But it's far too easy to swerve the other way too [...]
What dreams may come: Lee Gamble explores the oneiric works of La Monte Young, Terry Riley and more
What dreams may come: Lee Gamble explores the oneiric works of La Monte Young, Terry Riley and more
Words by Lee Gamble •  14th October 2014 • 
There’s a track on my latest album KOCH called ‘Oneiric Contur’, which alludes to the fabric of a dreamlike state. The term ‘oneiric’ is lifted from film theory, and is perhaps most c [...]
Giant Claw enters the <em>Dark Web</em>: a conversation about Internet Age culture and layers of reality
Giant Claw enters the Dark Web: a conversation about Internet Age culture and layers of reality
Interviewed by Chris Kelly •  14th October 2014 • 
On his latest album, Keith "Giant Claw" Rankin sets his hyperactive sights on Internet Age culture. A collage of sliced-and-diced pop and R&B vocals and electronic productions that draw fro [...]
Level up: an insider’s guide to making video game soundtracks in 2014
Level up: an insider’s guide to making video game soundtracks in 2014
Words by Louis Pattison •  13th October 2014 • 
First off, fuck chiptune. OK, OK. I like the saturated sadness of the 8 and 16-bit chip as much as anyone who grew up nudging pixels around a screen in the 1980s or 1990s. But isn’t it a bit  [...]
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