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Album Review: Public Service Broadcasting – The Race for Space

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You might know Ghent based Sdban Records for their exquisite re-issues (think Raphael/’Stop Look and Listen’ or their ‘Utopic Cities’ jazz prog comp). Or maybe you grabbed ethio-dub fusionists Black Flower’s ‘Magma’ album in January, a record that’s destined to scorch into those best of ’22 lists. Well the Belgian label look set to make …

U-TRAX presents some hi-energy old school electro and bass from Los Angeles turntablist and producer Nuklear Prophet, who follows up his recent EP on U-TRAX with the full-length album Prophecies 11:21.Formed of an eclectic and energetic collection of gems mined from his overwhelming archive, the album takes in genres such as Electro, Hip Hop, Footwork, …

Rhys Fulber is a Canadian electronic musician and producer best known for his lengthy (and ongoing) tenures with industrial standard bearers Front Line Assembly and ambient pop exponents Delerium (both with Bill Leeb), his solo project Conjure One, plus a series of recent dark techno-based albums released under his own name. As a producer, he …

It’s been over a couple of years since Lyon located fusionists Dowdelin were last seen bouncing across the WOMAD stage and pulling the horizontal sun soakers up onto their dancing feet. Now comes evidence of renewed activity with their latest album ‘Lanmou Lanmou’, available from 28th January from Underdog Records, and proof that the band …

KEINEMUSIK as a going sonic concern came into being around four years ago, when Berlin electronica producers Adam Port, &Me and Rampa – born Adam Polaszek, André Boadu and Gregor Sütterlin, respectively – came together to bring some crisp electro science to the party. A debut album, You Are Safe, at the very end of …

NEW YORK sonic collective Psymon Spine, who push out past the amazing cosmic glitter of Tame Impala and take current indie-psychedelic-disco thinking to other realms, have double dropped two new neon flavours to bring extra sparkle and glow to your Christmas season: a digital double A, “Mr. Metronome” and “Drums Valentino”, both of which are …

IT’S AN excellent, mouthwatering battle of two very cred, very excellent Yorkshire bands, duking it out. In the left corner, grapple fans, we have Hull’s bdrmm, the premier next now generation shoegazers; and over there, representing Heavenly Records, it’s Working Men’s Club, who are in the arena ready with a remix of “Port”, the first …

We still can’t get enough of this track, recently released by new Australian outfit clovo, the project creating seductively dark, alt-pop sounds a la Mia Rodriguez, Billie Eilish and Grimes. Clovo (aka Gold Coast’s Chloe Magee) has debuted her single Girls, a track written on International Women’s Day this year, as an anthem for all …

THE ERSTWHILE packet port, maritime centre and now university hub of Falmouth-Penryn, down on the south Cornish Coast, has been consistently punching above its weight this past decade and a half in terms of really good venues with really eclectic music policies. The venues may have come and gone, but Falmouth was generally a little …

FREDRICTON, New Brunswick musician Bob Deveau, who you’ll find jaunting out and about in synthy surroundings as Senior Citizen away from the drum stool he usually occupies with bands like The Olympic Symphonium, Grand Theft Bus and Force Fields, is primed to release an album with sometime bandmate Tim Walker at the beginning of next month for …