Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes
17th October 2014
Available on: Self-released BitTorrent DL Thom Yorke described the distribution of Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes via a paid-for BitTorrent as an experiment to bypass the “self-elected gatekeepers [...]
Scott Walker and Sunn O)))
16th October 2014
Available on: 4AD A collaboration between Sunn O))) and Scott Walker seems so apt that the biggest surprise is that it’s taken this long to come about. In fact, Sunn O))) approached the singe [...]
15th October 2014
Available on: RCA “Simmer down,” Tinashe instructs you on the very first line of her debut album for RCA. The shock of it - opening a pop R&B album on a note that immediately says “stop, [...]
14th October 2014
Available on: Island / PMR What do we want from our pop stars? Surveying the horizon we get a few potential answers. There’s Katy Perry, the candyfloss caricature of the girl next [...]
13th October 2014
Available on: Warp In 2010, I interviewed Steve Ellison on the eve of release of Cosmogramma, his third full-length as Flying Lotus. A heady “space opera” that poured the likes of saxoph [...]
The Seer Of Cosmic Visions
7th October 2014
Available on: Planet Mu There’s a track on The Seer Of Cosmic Visions, Jamal Moss’ first album for Planet Mu, titled ‘Space Is The Place’. It’s one of many Sun Ra references litter [...]
7th October 2014
Available on: City Slang/Merge In a mini-documentary for the BBC back in 2007, Dan Snaith flicked through his record collection as a way of offering insight on his Polaris Prize-winning second [...]
3rd October 2014
Available on: False Idols Last year I interviewed Mark Saunders, an English recording engineer with names like Neneh Cherry, The Cure and The Sugarcubes on his resume. But perhaps the greatest [...]
1st October 2014
Available on: Public Information In retrospect, Austin Cesear’s debut album was pretty ahead of its time. Released in 2012, Cruise Forever was a not-quite-dance album made by a reclusive prod [...]
30th September 2014
Available on: Matador Microaggressions are so called because they barely even register in the minds of the aggressors. They’re the embedded, subliminal ways in which dominant groups - without [...]
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