Monday, 13 April
"For the better part of two decades, Calexico have crossed musical barriers, embracing a multitude of styles, variety in instrumentation, and well-cultivated signature sounds. With Edge of the Sun they take inspiration from a trip to a place surprisingly unexplored by the band before in Mexico City, and with the benefit of many friends and comrades to help guide the way. Encouraged by the experience, the guest list grew to include Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses), Nick Urata (Devotchka), Carla Morrison, Gaby Moreno, Amparo Sanchez, multi-instrumentalists from the Greek band Takim, and Neko… Read more
Canada's Local Artist trips from his smudgy house aces on Proibito and Mood Hut (as Slow Riffs) to Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section International. It's a vibe, teasing in with a digital dub of the frayed bleeps and tape-sodden Beatdown sounds in 'Feelings', and cracking out the his dustiest drums and cowbells for the breezy shuffle of 'Ozone'. Flipside, he cuts fathoms deeper with the creamy subs, distanced chords and ear-worming vocal stabs of 'Place I' stretching out to a hypnotic horizon.
"An Iceberg is a large mass of ice detached from a glacier or from a floating platform of glaciers that drifst in the sea. It is in constant motion and most of its mass remains submerged under surface of the water. The goal of this new Iceberg series of releases on Glacial Movements is to describe through techno / dub music this huge mass of ice. Each record release will be produced in a special maxi digipack with images printed and embossed in spot gloss. The first chapter of this series is "Zastrugi" - the first techno glacial album by Netherworld. It's a wind-eroded, hard-packed snow su… Read more