Monthly Archives: September 2019
With their latest single 'Push', released today, Melbourne-based duo ALTA crafts dancefloor-ready beats that instantly transport you away from daily mundanities to dusky, sultry...
With everything she does, iyla exudes a strong creative identity and confidence. Last year the LA artist and activist, who's on the Youtube Music US Foundry programme, released her debut EP. Get to know her In Short.
KOAN Sound has gone through quite a range of styles since their beginnings back in the late 2000s. We caught up with the Bristol duo as they talk us through five of their tracks.
Montréal’s Bodywash sit comfortably between experimental chaos and a calm serenity on their outstanding debut album, Comforter.
Ultimately, this album is a stepping stone, but if Paul can align her virtuosity with her vision, then her third album will triumph.
Bristol's Simple Things is back and better than ever.
“The mission statement for The Sundrop Garden is to change the way that we create everything.”
Alxndr London is a unique, soulful and visionary talent. Ahead of his show at the Jazz Café next week, we caught up with him to find out about five influential tracks.
Triumvirate, the third and “final” collaboration between Throbbing Gristle’s Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter and Nik Void of Factory Floor, is a hypnotic, subtly noisy and unnerving piece of electronic improvisation...
To celebrate EartH Hackney turning one, some of the team share five tracks from their upcoming anniversary shows including Little Simz, Maisha, Jay Electronica and more.
2019 and !!! (Chk Chk Chk) are still going strong with their eighth studio album Wallop, now undeniably proving the longevity of genre-busting big beats and that “na’s” never go out of style.
Danny Wright, Gemma Samways and Stephanie Phillips ponder a new direction for the band.
For their next night, Spectrum Gigs are hosting another amazing line-up for their monthly residency at Strongroom Bar. Ahead of tomorrow's show, we caught...
We caught up with the sublimely ethereal and spellbinding vōx to get to know some of the influences behind her transcendental sound.
Tropical Fuck Storm present a wonderfully chaotic debut that's nothing short of unnerving.
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