Brandt Brauer Frick combine classical music and techno via the heritage of John Cage and Steve Reich. Here’s their inspiring live set – recorded during last years EB Festival in Vienna.
Fearless British producer Shackleton will be looking after the 55th instalment of Fabric Live. Rising from the ashes of the early dub step scene, Shackleton gained his first exposure running the Skull Disco label with Appleblim. Then when Ricardo Villalobos reworked Shackleton’s tracks “Stalker”, “Death Is Not Final” and “Blood On My Hands” into an – more
Blu drops some new amazing visuals to his Flying Lotus-produced track that features Wu-Tang member U-God. The track is off Blu’s No York! album, which is one of the best indie hip-hop albums of 2011. The visuals, made by David M. Helman and with animation by Ruffmercy, are definitely unique and match perfectly with the – more
ASAP Rocky is slowly rising to godhood in the hip-hop scene, but his latest video for ‘Wassup’ is devilishly good. Black magick, black clothes and the trillest beats in the game are the key visuals here, ghetto gothic deliciousness that speaks straight to our souls (or would, if we still had any!) That’s all you – more
Arca came seemingly out of nowhere earlier this year with the mind-melting Stretch 1EP, a strung-out collection of low ends, syrupy vibes and insectile vocals. Needless to say, we played the hell out of it (occasionally to the point of making people nauseous….it’s amazing what a good subwoofer can do) and eagerly waited for more. – more