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GROWING up on the North London-Hertfordshire borders of Enfield, producer Loraine James was up on the escarpment, able to gaze down across London in the bowl of the Thames valley below. That skyline, the city so near, silhouetted, morphing as new towers grew from reinforced steel skeletons, informed and continues to inform her enthralling future …

THE self-styled and fully capitalised music, art and video project LARRY PINK THE HUMAN have dropped a new single ahead of a brace of upcoming live dates. “No Wrong No Right” is a spacious skitter of psych-lite guitar, spoken word stream, bass thrum and chanted, wistful yearn to a significant other to recognise what they …

KNOWN in the hallowed halls of dark electronica for his work as The Bug, King Midas Sound and others, when Kevin Richard Martin was offered a commission to write, record and perform a new score for a film of his choice by the Vooruit Arts Centre in Ghent, it’s perhaps not altogether a surprise that …

WE LOCKED the door; we waited. We waited, we combed the airwaves; we counted the days some more. The experience is nigh on universal, save those of you lucky enough to be reading in Taiwan, Christchurch, Auckland and elsewhere. Italy was caught by the pandemic earlier than many, and as it swept across the country, …

MATTIA CUPELLI, the Italian darkwave ambient composer, the cyclical, shadowy prayer call of whose “MONOLITH” we covered in these pages just over a week ago, has dropped another track, this time showcasing a more propulsive dark aesthetic. It’s called “EGERIA” and you can watch the video for it below. Built on the hard rock of …

GROWING up on the North London-Hertfordshire borders of Enfield, producer Loraine James was up on the escarpment, able to gaze down across London in the bowl of the Thames valley below. That skyline, the city so near, silhouetted, morphing as new towers grew from reinforced steel skeletons, informed and continues to inform her enthralling future …

ROMAN composer Mattia Cupelli likes to play on the borders of modern classical, electronica, ambient and soundtrack elements, which has stood him in good stead over nearly a decade of composing scores for more than a dozen films. He’s now embarking on a non-filmic exploration of dark ambient, with an album, RUINS, coming out in …

ANDY BELL’S delicious Ever Decreasing Circles series continues today with a rather too desirable yellow vinyl 10″, the See My Friends EP. The EP features the two tracks from Andy solo debut 7″, “Plastic Bag” and “The Commune”, itself a hyper-limited release as part of Sonic Cathedral’s Singles Club in the winter of 2019, and …

GLASSMASTERER, the obscure musical reproduction process adopted as the operational codename for eclectic Glaswegian musician Lewis Bigham, has today dropped just a teensy bit of a banger, “Turn On The Big Machines”; you can dive into the accompanying visuals below. Lewis has previously wended his way through folk, hiphop, jazz and funk; all’s fish to …

NOW THIS … this is sexy news for the lover of the weird and the wired and the warped (and, serendipitously, the Warp). Squarepusher’s hyperactive, insane, thrilling debut album for Warp, Feed Me Weird Things, is to get a 25th (what now?) anniversary reissue on June 4th. Stand back, light the touchpaper. Not only will …