Electronica

[Listen] Matmos release Schwarz Remix

Matmos' forthcoming 'Very Large Green Triangles' has been remixed by Baltimore producer Schwarz in aid of the Maryland Food Bank The track can be purchased from Matmos' Bandcamp for a voluntary...

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Teengirl Fantasy Live Dates

'a form of discourse between the band and their instruments'. Coo! Does it count if it's just the keyboardist shouting at the pitchbend wheel for being sticky? The rest of the description...

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King Krule/Rinse

King Krule -the primary creative vessel for 17-year-old south east London-based singer/producer/songwriter Archy Marshall- is readying its latest release, a double A-side single featuring two...

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BLOCatastrophe

After what I experienced at Bloc I have to admit that I and thousands of others were completely taken in by the promise of a professionally-run event in an innovative new venue with an incredible...

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Anklepants (Reechard Farché)

Anklepants is the electronic barrel organ of your Freudian nightmares . The nightmares where you are being psychoanalyzed by a traveling salesman with a penis for a face. It's a silly stuff that...

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Blur, New Order [Live]

New Order. Their set is fuelled by absence’s tension from the outset but Bernard Sumner is making light of this. After the group are introduced he quips “apparently we’re New Order, we’ll do...

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Matmos: Meltdown 2012

Rather than understanding Matmos as a quirky part of the nineties electronica wave, maybe we should actually be interpreting them as a continuation of a much older tradition of musical comedy, albeit...

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Queer British Paganism: Meltdown 2012

Opening with Derek Jarman's Journey to Avebury the scene was gently set. A super 8 movie. Almost a travel document. A visual diary, a diary which continued throughout the night, for this wasn't a...

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Oscar Mulero: Black Propaganda

With Britain in the grip of near-compulsory enthusiasm for a militarised circus of corruption on an epic scale, there can hardly be a better time to be listening to an album entitled Black...

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Two Fingers (Amon Tobin) announces new album

Amon Tobin, the most uncompromising artist on an uncompromising record label, demands a dedicated listener. Brittle, beautiful, but always disappearing just out of easy cognition, Tobin’s music...

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Civil Civic + Umez: The Macbeth

As with many gigs around this time of year, this was something of a competition: bands versus football. One end of The Macbeth was rather dominated by a projector and screen (showing an entertaining...

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Kangding Ray Monad XI

Monad XI is the latest in the Stroboscopic Arfects label's ongoing experimental series and marks a further development in the label's thoughtful aesthetics....

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Music in the Age of No-Effort

‘97,751 albums released in a year’, Jeremy Schlosberg examines the implications of music market gluttony. I was talking to a music industry acquaintance on the phone not long ago and he...

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MB + ICS: Vir.uz

'a phenomenal portrait of the human soul', MB + ICS: Vir.uz...

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Astral Projection and Ableton: Mono/Poly Interview

Paramatma is about the supersoul.., I got it from a Vedic scripture and it talks (about) having the omnipresent god-spirit inside of you, that it’s (Paramatma) the observer and you’re the doer. -...

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David Lynch – Crazy Clown Time

With Crazy Clown Time David Lynch presents us with an unusual set of terms that defy non-emotional comprehension....

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Amon Tobin – Surge EP

Amon Tobin simultaneously alienates and intrigues....

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Computers sing to a better tune

Now, Akio Watanabe and Hitoshi Iba have turned to evolution to help them devise a novel algorithm that compares the frequency curves from real human performances and uses them to home in on a more...

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Amon Tobin – Isam

Recreational users beware: claustrophobic and frustrating, is the new Amon Tobin album worth the risk?...

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Interview: Rob Booth from Electronic Exploration Mix Show

Trebuchet’s Sofia Ilyas spoke to Rob Booth of Electronic Explorations, a Download / Podcast show for all electronic music about his method of finding good music...

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Wagon Christ – Toomorrow

Toomorrow is Luke Vibert’s first outing as Wagon Christ since Sorry I Make You Lush in 2004 and if you needed a masterclass in sample transmutation, this is it. From the intro onward Toomorrow...

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Mono/Poly – Manifestations

The slow and sexy presets of Mono/Poly 's Manifestations represent smart funk at its unique best....

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Wagon Christ – Manalyze This

Wagon Christ AKA Luke Vibert taking globally warming into account has prognosticated that this summer is going to be blistering. Releasing this fun and fair hearted dance floor filler early enough to...

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Stateless – Assassinations

A review of Stateless – Assassinations...

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Tim Hecker – Rave Death, 1972

Deeply entranced, I imagine the black and white noise which is resonating around the room as scattered photographs. These sepia toned images are of nothing and everything, of people I know and those...

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Pan American – For Waiting, For Chasing

Pan American is no stranger to the art of soundscapes...

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Benoit Pioulard – Lasted

The shimmering delight of Lasted by Seattle émigré Benoit Pioulard AKA Thomas Meluch is a massively inspired vehicle of brilliance. A gushing Trebuchet review. ...

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Into the Pit – Scaledown

The Orchestra Pit Company. Featuring Brainer, Hamilton Yarns and Former Utopia Kings and Queens Pub, Fitzrovia. 29th October 2010.   Getting lost on your way to a gig showcase is not unheard of,...

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Venetian Snares. Deep Cuts.

Venetian Snares interview 2004 ...

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Goldfish Coronet 29/10/10

Think Goldfish, think hooks. The kinetic House sounds of South Africa’s Goldfish have started to build a solid reputation outside their homeland and for one night only played a memorable set to...

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