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ALBUM REVIEW: Kelly Lee Owens – ‘Inner Song’: leftfield tronica beauty soars

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Mark Archer (Altern 8, Nexus 21, Slo Moshun) brings together a collection of tracks released over the past twelve years on various labels. A superb collection of House/Acid/Techno quality, that only a oldskool veteran DJ/Producer could create. You know the deal, your either in the know, or your not. Over the last couple of decades, …

PARANOID LONDON, the shadowy two-piece of Quinn Whalley and Gerardo Delgado, who understand all the right things about what makes dancefloor culture so righteous and necessary and addictive – it should be perfumed with sweat and shadows and melody and mantric thrum and hell, you can’t beat a little acid, and it should have space …

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 …

GROWING up listening to a mixture of Jean-Michel Jarre and Jimmy Smith, Matt Robertson certainly had a good early primer in the weirder beauties of music; big-screen synthesiser worlds, the grooviest, cinematic organ jazz (you mean you haven’ heard Jimmy Smith’s The Cat?) Matt studied at the University of Surrey and matriculated into the arcane world …

GROWING up listening to a mixture of Jean-Michel Jarre and Jimmy Smith, Matt Robertson certainly had a good early primer in the weirder beauties of music; big-screen synthesiser worlds, the grooviest, cinematic organ jazz (you mean you haven’ heard Jimmy Smith’s The Cat?) After university, Matt matriculated into the world of the recording studio. He’s worked …

Paradox: a doubtful statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true. When a spark ignites between two musicians, the state of flow can be achieved. Usually, a fleeting sensation, but when captured, it is an unstoppable force. The coming together of Jeff Mills and Jean-Phi Dary came …

FRENCH composer and producer Sébastien Guérive has a really skin-shiveringly delightful way with an icy, glitchy techno landscape – as shown by his new single, “Omega II”, which has a beautiful monochrome video accompanying – watch below. Let’s meet Sébastien: he’s based in Nantes. After studying the cello, he turned to musical creation using the …

CLARK, the electronica voyager who came hurtling into our lives for Warp at the turn of the century and quickly decided his mission was to empty the bones of you – an offer in equal parts thrilling and worrying – is returning at the end of March with his ninth studio album, Playground In A …

THE CANADIAN techno wizard who climbed into all our minds on a perforated sheet of blotting paper back when as Plastikman, Richie Hawtin, has decided to make a return to a properly dancefloor-focused set of bangers after far too long. He’s just released a new EP, Time Warps, his first missive of tunes bound for …

SEMINAL techno groovesters and occasional pranksters of legend The Orb have a brace of excellently exciting news announcements for all you space cadets out there. Firstly, they’re gonna play their first-ever livestream gig to bring a little festive cheer, from 10pm on Saturday, December 19th, entitled ‘This Is Not Here’. What promises to be an immersive, …