in Feature, Slices by Slices Magazine about

Seattle-based producer Jeff McIlwain may be associated within a musical niche, but his productions under his moniker Lusine reach out far into the world of pop music. Following up on his album A Certain Distance from (2009) is his third longplayer titled The Waiting Room, which will be released on Ghostly International in 2013.
If I’m just experimenting just for the sake of experiment, it’s not worth for me”, said McIlwain in our Slices video feature. “If you’re doing something different with pop music, then this may be more experimental than covering the same territory that other artists covered with ‘experimental music’.” Watch our video feature on Lusine, taken from Slices DVD 2-10.
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Divine Shrines: an interview with Purity Ring

July 17, 2012 in Interviews by Daniel Jones

It is, perhaps, rather bombastic to cry ‘BEST ALBUM OF THE YEAR!’ when it’s only July, but when it comes to Purity Ring‘s debut Shrines, it’s also impossible for me to do otherwise. How such a perfect combination of pop sensibilities and underground aesthetics can entrance the mind and soul so completely, and yet feel – more

Mix of the Day: Andy Ash

February 12, 2014 in Mix of the Day by EB Radio

Liverpool’s Andy Ash has released music on On The Prowl Records, Kolour Recordings and—as of this week—Dessous. He picked out records from Nathan Fake, Deep Space Orchestra, Jacques Renault and more for his Mix of the Day. – more

Fuck Buttons – Thunderous Squalls

February 4, 2010 in Features by EB Team

Fuck Buttons is not the kind of name you forget in a hurry. Neither, for that matter, is their music. Comprised of art school graduates Andrew Hung and Benjamin John Power, the band have garnered something of a cult following since releasing their “sounds-like-the-end-of-the-world” debut Street Horrrsing, on the All Tomorrow’s Parties affiliated label ATP – more