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Coming by Petbrick [Video]

Intense and electronic is this the new wave of brutal synth metal? Coming by Petbrick Video...

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Well Hi There Jazztronica

The new EP captures the essence of what made Xover so memorable while also pushing the Blue Lab Beats sonic into new territory. ...

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Body / Machine Augmentation

Stelarc: Engineering the interface...

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A Joyous Condemnation of the Times We Live In

The Sleaford Mods are still one of the most rewarding live acts around; the band don't pander to you, but you will not be disappointed....

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Dawn Drums and Acid Light

Creating experience from post-consumptive detritus, Bonnacons of Doom make ritualistic music for a new wasteland. ...

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What’s in Graham Massey’s Toolshed?

The eclectic, revolving lineup that is Graham Massey's Toolshed Collective make a rare Preston appearance at UCLAN's Media Factory, as part of Preston Jazz & Improvisation Festival...

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Welcome to the new vibrancy with Three Kings High

Sam Liddicott takes a look at the Bristol music scene and interviews one the cities most exciting bands, Three Kings High....

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From Me To You (Steven Rutter)

How does a futuristic vision hold up when time passes? Very well, in Steven Rutter's case...

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Blush Response (Interview)

'I don’t know what a Berlin album is but it’s definitely a me album'...

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Cabaret Voltaire Go Deep Into The Devil’s Arse (and invite you to join them)

Solid electronica with provenance... from the depths of a Derbyshire cave...

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Soft-Touch Robotics, Coming to a Rub Shop Near You

New robot has a human touch ...

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Balloons, A Bob, Beth Orton (live at Kentish Town Forum)

Sparkly and statuesque, Beth Orton ushers a folktronic breeze through the Forum...

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Staring into the Eye of the Soundscape (Riverside)

Forging on after the death of guitarist Piotr Grudziński, Riverside continue to intrigue...

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Becoming Aware (Paradigm Shift)

With forward-looking approach to progressive rock, Paradigm Shift avoid the cliches. Review...

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SHXCXCHCXSH SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs (Yes, really)

Genuinely memorable music, if a difficult name to remember - Swedish duo SHXCXCHCXSH release SsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSsSs...

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Like circuit bending, but with more control: Interview (Weightausend)

Weightausend discusses hijacking obsolete digital sound modules, hash-induced panic attacks, and Doctor Who ...

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Primal Rhythms to Psychedelic Roots: African Head Charge, 100 Club

Bonjo Iyabhinghi Noah and Adrian Sherwood's dub reggae experience comes to London...

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Creative Mind-Wandering or Disastrous Zone-Out, Which do You Do?

Whether your mind-wandering is intentional or accidental makes a difference to how useful it is...

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‘More alike than we are different’. noeverything I AM (Interview)

Their music blends innovative electronics, pop-influenced sweetness, and spiritual elements. Codex Europa interviews noeverything....

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Mark Lanegan acoustic European tour (with Duke Garwood)

Mark Lanegan announces news of an extensive tour of acoustic performances in intimate venues throughout Europe...

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In the end it still boils down to fingers on strings. (Reeves Gabrels)

A guitar player having fun - in Tin Machine, The Cure, and with his own Imaginary Friends. Reeves Gabrels talks to Trebuchet...

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Rave Nostalgia in it’s Entire Spectrum (Colorhythm)

A nostalgic net cast wide to capture the beats, breaks and bombs of the rave era....

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A muscular form of ambient: Near Dark (Gideon Wolf)

Emotional complexity and implied narrative - Gideon Wolf's ambient electronica has heart...

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Many beats, no Spreadsheets. Pattern of Excel (Lee Bannon)

Pattern of Excel must qualify as Bannon’s most experimental venture yet....

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Deeper and Darker: Magnet EP (The Fierce and the Dead)

If Spooky Action had something of a punky, garage-rock vibe, Magnet is darker and denser...

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Presence Autochtone : Finding and Founding First Nation Culture in Montreal

This year, Présence Autochtone (Montreal First Peoples Festival) celebrated its 25th anniversary of bringing the culture of the aboriginal people of Canada and the rest of the Americas, through...

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The Homely Path through Chaotic Woods (Nostos)

A collection of musical pieces which disturb, wrongfoot, disorient and occasionally attack the listener, whilst still being peppered with the ghost of expected song structures ...

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Describing Das Unheimliche. Interview: Davide Carbone/Honzo [Honzo]

There is plenty of temporary music out there right now. The format does not matter but the intentions of the producers do. ...

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Integration and interrelation between the orchestral and the electronic [Michael Price]

As an exercise in demonstrating the possibilities of digital/orchestral enmeshment, Entanglement is at the top table. ...

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Composing With Particle Interactions. How Does the Invisible Sound?

here is a lot going on in Q07, particularly for a record which qualifies wholeheartedly as ambient noodling. Thanks to the obliging folk at Farmacia901 the reviewed version of the album is a 24-Bit...

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