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This selection spies 14 songs employing the studio as interface for psychedelic dialogue between dimensions. With focus on pioneering producers such as Joe Meek, Lee Perry, Martin Hannett, Pete Kember a.k.a. Sonic Boom (via Panda Bear), Conny Plank and Alessandro Alessandroni, we explore the "sonification" of music throughout the last 50 years. From dub to kosmische thru jazz and the avant-garde, there's a constant thread of inquisitive, innovative minds manipulating the spatial and temporal parameters of their music in search of an unquantifiable element. In their a… Read more
We head back to the slow zone with 14 variations on a chugging 'floor sound. Embarking with the psyched-out thump of 'Congress' by Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland-collaborator, John T. Gast, the session scouts Kodwo Eshun-sampling slow vibes from U alongside industrial swing from ADMX and underground pop from Maria Minerva and Lust For Youth/Silent Servant. There's murky album cuts from Lee Gamble and Andy Stott rubbing shoulders with the Italian wave mutations of OOBE, Shape Worship, and Herpes-Z, plus sublime ambient styles from Donato Dozzy/Tin Man and Austin Cesear, and eve… Read more
A recent resurgence of rhythms from NYC/NJ has bred a number of madder mutations in the worldwide ballroom. The stripped-down, punishing dynamics of niche, hardcore house styles have been grafted to instrumental grime, techno and freakier vaporous styles to bring back a much-needed gay, black and latino influence to the modern dancefloor. These 14 tracks take in OG c*nt-slaps from MikeQ & DJ Sliiink next to new skool fusions of grime and ballroom from Gage & Kevin Jz Prodigy, finding the sweet spot between styles and patterns that were previously mutually exclusive - S… Read more
These 14 pieces illuminate a broad cross-section of music that uses modular synth systems as a primary or prominent source, ranging from contemporary compositions by Frank Bretschneider, Some Truths and Martial Cantarel, to historical pieces by Gordon Mumma and Conrad Schnitzler. A dislocated sense of meter and tone is common to all 14 pieces, allowing for a finer, more chaotic harmonic spectrum and complex rhythms that are difficult, at best, to create on other machine systems. That's not to say that modular systems make it any "easier" to make wilder sounds, but … Read more
Our semi-regular steppers' survey stalks some 20 years of motion from Digital's Metalheadz classic 'Niagra' and Torsten Pröfrock's 'Traktor Artists', thru techiest twysts by Clarity, Skeptical and Xth Réflexion. Splitting the difference between electro, dub, techno and jungle, these 14 tracks are some of the tightest examples of that technoid swagger that occurs between syncopated subs and drum patterns, playing out the kind of deft dancefloor gestures that don't really get a look in at mainstream dances. Peverelist's South-Western stepper 'Silvers' starts a session that … Read more
Easing into 2015 with 14 smarts straddling spiritual jazz, broken house, hip hop and celestial techno. Either rooted-in or referencing African-American musics, they span a cosmos of interrelated worlds linked by heavy vibrations, fluctuating from the spiritual jazz of Ahmadu Jarr to Ariel Kalma's sax-soaked 'Rainy Day' meditation via fresh cuts from Marcellus Pittman and Theo Parrish; spinning thru Derrick May's pivotal 'Kaotic Harmony' to the hypnotic, broken shuffle of Mono/Poly and Afrikan Sciences; an overlooked, Alice Coltrane-referencing house ace by … Read more
2014's reissue schemes turned up a wealth of rarely-heard, obscure and long-forgotten gems to our hungry ears. This selection highlights some of our favourite finds from the last twelve months, spanning Aby Ngana Diop's rambunctious griot rap, 'Liital', reissued by Awesome Tapes From Africa, to the synth-gilded croon of soul enigma, Lewis, rescued from obscurity by Light In The Attic, and the electro-acoustic microcosmos of Denmark's answer to Daphne Oram in Else Marie Pade's 'Electronic Works 1958-1995'. Techno heads were blessed with a long overdue issue o… Read more
We've saved the dark 'n heavy stuff for dessert in this 4th part of our 2014 round-up. It's been a golden year for mongrel mutations in electronic music, especially where the boundaries of black metal, techno, computer noise and dark ambient styles were concerned. Ostensibly uneasy bedfellows, they all seemed to feed off each other in a fascinating dialogue proving that they're not mutually exclusive elements. Marcus Schmickler & Julian Rohrhuber's 'Politiken der Frequenz' yielded a number of incredible pieces inspired by number theory and economics, with t… Read more
The ductile structures of House and techno continued to expand, contract, warp and morph in 2014. Part 3 of our annual run-down checks 14 tracks from a fine spectrum of artists, mixing dancefloor perennials alongside talented, aware new producers who bring a wealth of DJ and club experience to their productions. Ideas of Afro-futurism and electronic industrial music became ever more inseparable thru the year, from the flash forward hybrids of M.E.S.H. and Afrikan Sciences on PAN to the tribalist techno of Vereker's 'Flesh & Blood' banger for Berceuse Heroi… Read more
Rolling on with our best-of-2014 selections, in Part 2 we survey more romantic ambient, pop and new composition. From Andy Stott's gorgeous return with 'Faith In Strangers' to Ensemble Economique's heart-rending 'Hey Baby' or the subtly seamless field recording/instrumental gestures of Anne Guthrie's 'Codiaeum variegatum' album, we found a seam of timeless music this year. Nautic's exquisite 'Navy Blue' EP will surely prove itself a perennial comfort, whilst Lucrecia Dalt's sorely overlooked debut for Nico Jaar's Other People pushed the envelope of lower cas… Read more
We kick off our 2014 survey with 14 crucial mutations that twyst the lines of grime, trance and footwork to nexx level results. Lars T C F Holdhus proved to be one of this year's most exciting, intriguing artists, and fronts this selection with the cryptography-inspired, gyroscopic post-hardstyle sweep of '54 C6 ...' beside DJ B.Boy's slo-mo bullet from Lisbon, 'Moh Cota' and a couple of other Latinate zingers from the brilliant NMO and Arca. Lorenzo Senni also made our year with his stunning 'Superimpositions' LP, from which we've included 'PointillisticT',… Read more
Diving back into our rudest folder for a razz around radge-packet techno and punk styles from a motley bunch. Powell boots off first with a sneaky twist on Nico Jaar aka Ancient Astronaut beside a highly-sprung JD Twitch edit of Philipp Gorbachev. There follows a cut from Cured Pink's shocking debut for Another Dark Age plus a chewy number from the Ugandan Methods (Regis & Ancient Methods) and Prurient hook-up, and a militant Adam X pounder, 'Irreformable'. There's a bomb from Sleaford Mods in 'Tweet Tweet Tweet', and a swaggering Diagonal gem off a new album from The… Read more
This week we pull our attention towards music with a heightened feel for spatial qualities and dynamics. Partly prompted by all that AFX (??) interview chatter with Dave Noyze about re-amping synths and recording his soundchecks to use in live shows - invoking the technique and effect of Alvin Lucier's 'I Am Sitting In A Room' - we wanted to take a closer listen to other, modern artists who're also exploring the unique partials and variables of sound-in-space. They range from purely analog room recordings such as Devon Hansen's 'A Pair Of Quiet and Empty Rooms' thru Arca's… Read more
In orbit of deep house, ambient techno and kosmische dub, these 14 tracks map a small constellation of contemporary club dreams. Seeking a place between the 'floor and oneiric head-space, they tend toward a rethinking and refinement of classic tropes, smudging, tweaking and melting conventions to a more ambiguous yet timeless purpose. With thanks to Manchester's meandyou. label, there's an exclusive download of Herron's stumbling cosmic nugget, '33 Weeks' in the mix along with Bruce's interstellar house tangle and the dusty drift of Dresvn's Livity Sound mix for fine con… Read more
The clocks have gone back and Samhain is upon us: let's bring out the beasts. These 14 tracks stalk voodoo ground between black metal, drone noise and the avant-garde, scaling the depths of The Body's ''Alone All The Way' thru to Wolves In The Throne Room's 'Celestite' highlight, 'Initiation at Neudeg Alm'. In the void between there's the diseased 'Bestial Burden' of Pharmakon, and the guillotine drums of Demdike Stare's 'Frontin'' alongside the ritual clangour of Cut Hands and eldritch discord from Vessel and The Bomber Jackets. Stefan Jaworzyn's 'Apocalypse' captures… Read more
In 2014 the ambient/electronica zeitgeist can be read as an impressionistic projection of our dreams inspired by current technologies and past memories. From T C F's mind-blowing work focussed on block chain encryption (the algorithms that run BitCoin), thru Lee Gamble's rave sublimations, to the hyper-coloured synthetic tone of 12 year old Henry Plotnick and computer games soundtrack designer, David Kanaga, we can hear a schism opening between the previous era of composition and those lush new 3D spaces favouring stranger, alien discord over staid convention. Rathe… Read more
Throughout 2014, the hyper-reflective electronic surfaces of instrumental grime have emerged as one of the year's defining sounds. From the "weightless" projections of Mumdance, Logos and co, to the iridescent prisms of Visionist, Shriekin, Cyphr and Moleskin, via retro-futurisms from Filter Dread, Slackk and JT The Goon, the scene has never been more open-minded, quick-moving or eager. This selection, whilst by no means comprehensive - there's obviously glaring omissions from the likes of Murlo, Kahn & Neek, Finn, to name a few - draws for those moodier, stranger, fo… Read more