Alexandra Stewart talks us through Yu Su’s mesmerising debut, Yellow River Blue.
Eleanor Palmer reviews the new singles from Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke, ‘Her Revolution’ and ‘His Rope.’
With its bi-monthly nights at Hyde Park Book Club and now Belgrave Music Hall, as well as a regular ambient show on KMAH radio, audio-visual collective Think Tank is currently pushing the boundaries of what […]
Bonobo’s new album Migration is perfect… As background music. Although I probably shouldn’t admit this, I listened to Migration while doing other things important things on my post-exam-to-do-list: reclining a lot, sampling a Cadbury’s milk […]
Being successful making ambient music is tricky. There are no real catchy hooks, there isn’t much – if anything – to sing along to, and it’s often difficult to differentiate artists by sound alone. Vancouver-based […]
Lurking like an android shark in the fathomless gloom of the Deep Web is a creature whose emergence has been foretold by UFO and urban hieroglyph. The robotic beast that ascends from the internet’s seabed […]
Halfway through an album that ebbs and flows like the gentle wash of sea on sand, a digitized voice breaks the calm of Roman Flügel’s Happiness Is Happening. ‘Save me, because I am lonely,’ It croaks. ‘I […]
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. […]