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Benji Reid: Beyond This Space

The transcendent choreo-photolist work of Benji Reid...

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Satellite by Stephen Mallinder [Video]

Entrancing track by Cabaret Voltaire's Stephen Mallinder - Satellite Video...

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The Ballet of the Nations

Actor Billy Zane narrates an arthouse production inspired by the original piece, in which war is imagined as a diabolical dance choreographed by Satan and Ballet Master Death....

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How did Michael Jackson challenge our understanding of spine biomechanics?

New forms of dancing inspired by Michael Jackson have begun to challenge our understanding of the modes and mechanisms of spinal injury. ...

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Jon Hopkins: Singularity

Smashed beats so metallic you can almost taste the blood. Jon Hopkins kills it with Singularity...

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Distressed, Dirty, Disfunctional: Roma Zuckerman

Dirty, dysfunctional minimalism confuses and fascinates simultaneously...

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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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Kotä: Selected Works of Experimental Music and Art Expo

The Russians aren't coming. But you can go to them. And should....

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Pact Infernal on Stroboscopic Artefacts (Monad XXV)

Architectural depth and space, dark sonics, incantatory beats - Stroboscopic Artefacts produce the goods once more...

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Broken Beats, Split Personalities: Stranger (Joanne Pollock)

Frosty and frantic - there are two sides to the iceberg that is Joanne Pollock's debut...

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Part Time Punks Sessions (Inhalt)

Is contemporary artists carrying on the electronic traditions of the 1980s: a cultural ourobouros or just clean fun?...

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Music shouldn’t be easy to listen to: Lisbon Kid (Interview)

Lisbon Kid talk sounds, scenery and saudades...

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(Other People’s) Hooks in the Millions (Olsson)

Destined to be discarded, Olsson pushes the right buttons with Millions. Just not hard enough....

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Demands will be placed on the Listener. Bitter Music (Perc)

Perc's Bitter Music is stylistically labyrinthine, full of murky passages and the occasional dead end...

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Loitered Lens: Womadelaide 2017

After 25 years, Womadelaide still surprises. Photos from 2017's edition...

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Slippers and Chardonnay Time? (Womadelaide Epilogue)

25 years of festivals proves that, despite grumbles from the old 'uns, Womadelaide knows best....

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Joy and Division: Peter Hook (Interview)

Peter Hook talks New Order, Joy Division and women in yoghurt....

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Grey Monday (More Blue Rinse than Blue Skies): Womadelaide

Kids waving flags, fruitbats cackling and an improvisational spin at Womadelaide...

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Womadelaide Walkies: Saturday Footmash

Can an old fella still handle festivals? Fruitbats and foot care at Womadelaide...

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Coldcut team with On-U Sound and Roots Manuva

A spiky rallying cry for Britain’s indestructible musical melting pot....

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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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Womadelaide Walkabout: Friday Flashbacks

Starting hot, WOMADelaide got hotter still with the activist politics of Ana Tijoux and the Slavic blues of Warsaw Village Band...

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Going Down the Soul Mine?

The Soul Mine returns to Hanway Social for a late night of soul, funk and 60s sharp cuts...

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WOMADelaide Walkabout, Part One.

A quarter century in, does WOMADelaide still deliver?...

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Art can provide a mirror to people’s lives: Company Chameleon

ance tends to find a way, regardless of setting. Comforting as it may be, there is no real need to invoke the Billy Elliot myth of northern lad shucking off the grim strictures of working class...

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Optimistic By Definition: 30drop on Techno’s Future (Interview)

'Technology will be the vehicle that leads us to that new revolution'...

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Emotional Journeys Beyond the Fourth Wall: Cirque Bijou

Busy? Hell yeah! Embracing the moment and making an impact with Cirque Bijou...

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Take a Pew. Piano Day, Union Chapel

Piano, Grime, Jazz and Dance at the Union Chapel, London. ...

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Seven Stages of Sunny Fun: WOMADelaide

Meet you under the Morton Bay figtrees. Womadelaide preview...

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Inexorable Implosions, Ominous Promise: Grebenstein

Simultaneously sobering and intoxicating decelerationist post-techno...

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