Electronica

Snare Drum Love: Interview (Le Spectre)

Le Spectre's Yann Levasseur talks about simply trying to be creative and dark ...

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Music For the Missus? The Pale (William Control)

Tortured delvings into the 80s synthpop palette for the first of a four EP collection...

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Loitered Lens: Nite Jewel

Icy intensity and liquid cool. Nite Jewel at the Jazz Cafe, London. Photos...

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Sharp Synths and Sweet Beats at the Jazz Cafe (Nite Jewel)

Ballerina deportment, Existential composure, and a swathe of lo-fi grooves. Nite Jewel at the Jazz Cafe...

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Loitered Lens: Peter Hook and the Light

A duel of personalities, That stretch all true realities. Peter Hook and the Light at the Forum. Photos...

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Overwhelming and Almost Annihilating Awe: Dark Matter (Lustmord)

Lustmord draws upon an audio library of cosmological activity to confront us with deep, cosmic time...

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Manifesto for a Future Sonic Programme: Mugako (J.C. )

J.C. delivers abstract and ominous techno soundscapes with a political edge...

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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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Relentless Euphoria on Halocline Trance? (Limit EP)

An oddly sequenced release, but one that definitely has intriguing and powerful elements. Review...

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Crystal Dwarf (KOMORA A)

Mysterious, focussed, disciplined. Komora A put some backbone into ambient....

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Loitered Lens: Roisin Murphy

Displaying live after Moloko, and a performance before New Order, photos of Roisin Murphy at the Royal Albert Hall...

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An Ominous and Unsettling Ambience: #1 (Daghraven)

Intricately constructed and spanning the gap between melancholy and tragedy, Daghraven makes for brooding archeological listening...

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30 Years of ‘Bert: New Order at the Royal Albert Hall, 1986 & 2016

Three decades separate New Order's Royal Albert Hall gigs. Trebuchet reports. From both. ...

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Vivid and Almost Dangerous: A Trip To The Space [Between] (Frank Behnko)

Atmospheric experimental analogue synthesis, without the navel-gazing self-regard...

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Grainy nihilist post-industrial ain’t what it was (Sonny Lanegan)

Boasting some solid grooves, Sonny Lanegan's industrial rock is immersive, if not hugely original...

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Music rooted in a landscape, yet unapologetically synthetic. (Avalon Emmerson)

Avalon Emmerson musically evokes her home state, without reducing it to Marlboro man cliches...

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Search Deep Inside Yourself (Surgeon)

The continuing evolution of Surgeon's techno sound is apparent in a futuristic new EP. Review...

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Sharp, Innovative Techno with Vision (Roland Werk)

Roland Werk's D401 EP introduces a new artist who indicates a positive future for the techno genre. Review...

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Confrontational, Awkward and Compelling (Scalameriya and VSK)

Perc Trax Limited continues its dancefloor mission with teh confrontational pairing of Scalameriya and VSK. Codex Europa reviews....

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Peau froide, léger soleil (Vainio & Vigroux)

A review of the Cosmo Rhythmatic label's third release: Vanio & Vigroux's Peau Froid, Leger Soleil...

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The Hills are Alive with Laibach European Dates (Spring 2015)

European dates for Laibach's Sound of Music tour...

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Radioland: Kraftwerk’s Radio-Activity revisited (Matthew Bourne/Franck Vigroux)

Radioland: A Kraftwerk re-werk that is well-executed, worthy but only partially successful....

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Music turned septic. Kalash Tirich Mir (German Army)

The faltering synth drones and brittle percussion of Kalash Tirich Mir seem like a terribly appropriate soundtrack to our cultural stalemate...

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Have Cape, Will Strut. To the Rescue Rooms! (Shura)

Poise and professionalism even when the room's half-empty - the true measure of a star. Shura rocks Nottingham regardless....

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De Aeris In Sublunaria Influxu (Troum & Raison d’être)

De Aeris In Sublunaria Influxu is not an album whose complexity or power can be instantly grasped. It requires some time and effort....

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Loitered Lens: New Order (2015)

New Order. Photos of Bernard Sumner and Co. at Brixton, November 16 2015 ...

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I wouldn’t say that people should play it at their weddings (Senking)

Known for his intricately-produced and powerful electronic soundscapes, Senking 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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Talk Talk Live Night and Book Launch

The Spirit of Talk Talk book launch, bands, album playback, animations and afterparty brings the chills to the Clapham Grand....

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