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Album Review : Flying Lotus’ ‘Flamagra’

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Album Review : Oneohtrix Point Never’s ‘Age Of’

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Music News : Oneohtrix Point Never Announce New Album ‘Age Of’, Out June 1st

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LoneLady has shared the title track of her forthcoming third album ‘Former Things’, out now via Warp Records. Alongside this LoneLady shares a cinematic video directed by Jon Edwards at Naive Studio. The video evokes the golden-tinged magic of childhood, and centres around the ruins of a tree, one that is intertwined with LoneLady’s childhood …

CAN’S psychedelic-krautrock classic Ege Bamyasi – the record which seismically shifted the current and future musical landscape many times over, and which further cemented the band’s status in the Krautrock canon with it’s experimental rock dynamism, following the experimental zenith of Tago Mago – is now approaching it’s 50th anniversary; back in 2012 though, the …

Stereolab have announced the arrival of Electrically Possessed [Switched On Volume 4], the fourth addition to their Switched On series with single ‘Dimension M2’. This new volume will be released via Warp Records and Duophonic UHF Disks on 26 February. Following on from the first volume released in 1992, 1995’s Refried Ectoplasm, and 1998’s Aluminum Tunes, the long-awaited fourth installment spans 1999 – 2008 in …

What makes a remix? Take the best bits of your stuff and plenty of my stuff and make it sound like ME or take the essence of mine and the heart of yours to make something new? I know what I go for, the remix that sounds like collaboration, made from respect, taking the music …

Taken from last months brilliant Civic Jams album, out via Warp Records, Darkstar have released a new video for closing track ‘Blurred’. Partly vocal, or at least sampled vocals and electronics, blurred is this hazy, beautiful vignette of a piece, as waves of the overlapping sounds lap against your ears in a calming, edifying way. …

Squid, the Brighton based, noisome post-punk band who recently released their Sludge/Broadcaster single, have today shared an EP of covers entitled Natural Resources. The EP includes Squid‘s take on the brilliantly bizarre Pigs (In There) by Robert Wyatt, which they initially premiered at End of the Road Festival 2019. It also sees them cover Steve …

The new EP by the leviathans of the dance-punk genre, arriving nearly two decades after their self-titled debut, vents as much creativity and unrelenting magnetism to dance (or nod the head), as their greatest releases. The majority refines and perfects the band’s energetic musical trademarks embraced upon the hugely popular 2013 LP Thriller. Lead single …

Following their galvanizing single Sludge, and the accompanying lockdown influenced video, Squid have unveiled next track Broadcaster. The track will sit alongside Sludge as a “10 vinyl release on new their new label Warp Records, currently available to pre-order here. In comparison to Sludge, although an incredible contrast, Broadcaster is also exceedingly complimentary to it; …

London-based duo Jockstrap, Georgia Ellery and Taylor Skye, are gearing up for the release of their second EP, Wicked City, out on June 5th via Warp Records. Of the EP as a whole, Ellery says “Wicked City is a response to (debut EP)Love is the key to the City: the two present a dichotomy in both understanding …

Tom Jenkinson, aka Squarepusher, has never taken the easy route, in either his output or his sense of risk taking and collaboration, with projects such as his brilliant Shobaleader One with a crack team of jazz musicians, and his project with Japanese robots – Squarepusher x Z-Machines, showing why he’s been pushing boxes for getting …