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“I have no real style of music…” Sun Glitters Feature. Taken from Slices Issue 1-12. More Slices features here. DVD Online orders.
Solar Bears “We are both fans of things slightly damaged…” Taken from Slices Issue 1-12. More Slices features here.
If you’re not familair with Ghostly-signed and San Francsico-based electronic wizzard Tycho, let’s just say this: Scott Hansen aka Tycho is a fucking beast, a musical genius, and he also does some beautiful design on his blog ISO50! Now the time has finally come for his sophomore album Dive. He has always been good at – more
One of the finest purveyors of ambient-IDM-pop, Bibio will be heading out hibernation to put out a new LP entitled Mind Bokeh. His third album with his new label Warp and sixth in total, it was only in 2009 that he released his magnificently praised The Apple and The Tooth. Now, Mind Bokeh will take – more
Direct out of Copenhagen, CHLLNGR might be one of the freshest sounds to emerge this year. We could never pass up the chance to feature an artist who lists his influences as diverse as King Tubby, Scientist, Prince Jammy, Burial, Boards Of Canada, Prefuse 73 and Roots Manuva. However, his music goes way beyond all – more
Matador is the label that brought us epochal artists such as Cat Power, Pavement, Interpol, Mogwai, Belle and Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, Boards of Canada, Jay Reatard and even hip hop luminary Large Professor. Essentially, they are one of the most important record labels of the last two decades. Now, they are celebrating their 21st – more
Ambient auteur Brian Eno is to release an album on Warp Records, a label that almost certainly owes a bigger debt to Eno than any other artist. Imagine if Music for Airports or Here Come The Warm Jets were never made and it’s pretty hard to imagine a world where Boards of Canada, Autechre, The – more
To gear you up for the weekend, we thought we’d leave you with a look at Chris Cunningham’s visual feast at the recent Ether festival in London. The director behind some of the greatest music videos of our time, including Aphex Twin’s Windowlicker made an exclusive appearance at the selective festival. Held at the South – more