Tag : electronic

O Shudder by Dutch Uncles

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Two years since their last album, Out Of Touch, In The Wild,  Dutch Uncles’ have remained unmistakable; their music still embodied by their use of distinct electronic sounds, combined with meticulously lush string parts, confident bass lines and strikingly luring vocals. Smirking smiles are bound to appear from the outset, … Read More

Chromatics by Diagrams

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Still flirting with the boundaries of the innocuous folktronica genre, Sam Genders returns with Chromatics. Revisiting debut release Black Light again shows how much the last couple of years have improved Genders as a songwriter: the tracks here are brooding, thoughtful and more than just its surface-level sounds. Chromatics’ songs … Read More

Another Eternity by Purity Ring

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Another Eternity is the dazzling album from Canadian duo Purity Ring. The record simultaneously transports you to two realms, clearly illustrated in the album sleeve. It strikes you limp as you gaze into the intricacy of space, yet at the same time submerges you into the deepest of waters leaving … Read More

Vulnicura by Bjork

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Bjork’s latest and ninth album is a record of her divorce from husband Matthew Barney, and the songs contained within it are unflinchingly vulnerable and wrought with heartache. It’s a side we’re not used to seeing from the individual who once cut such a ferocious, imposing figure on albums like … Read More

IN / ON/ UP / DOWN & Destroy All Monsters Present: TOKiMONSTA

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For the past four months, IN / ON / UP / DOWN has been at the forefront of electronic music in Leeds. Relentlessly pushing the boundaries into dark electronica, ambient and drone, IN/ ON / UP / DOWN’s upcoming venture with Destroy All Monsters is no exception. With previous acts … Read More

‘Xen’ Album Review

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Xen is not Zen, though it’s easy to see why you’d think it might be. It’s rare that an electronic producer dares to condense their ideas. For a long time I held a sincere belief that most electronic music had a problem of stretching too few ideas over too much … Read More

New Club Night IN/ON/UP/DOWN at Belgrave Music Hall Announce Autumn Line Up

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New club night IN/ON/UP/DOWN has announced it’s Autumn 2014 line up and if you like experimental electronic music, you’re in for an absolute treat. The night launches on 13th September with a co-headline show from Luke Abbott and WIFE at the Belgrave Music Hall and continues with Lone and PhOtOmachine … Read More

Music | Album Review – Call Super

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Berlin resident Call Super’s debut LP Suzi Ecto begins in a not dissimilar way to ‘Tubular Bells’, with the delicately creeping melody and rather uncomfortable atmosphere of ‘Snipe’. You’re on edge. You look behind you. Back again. Then, out of nowhere, the album proper starts with the uncannily joyful, cloud-like … Read More