The origin and evolution of electronic music is a rich and varied topic, but one band that often gets left out of the story is Telex. Ben Forrest charts their impact following the release of Mute Records’ compilation album, This Is Telex.
Alice Browne celebrates the legacy of electronic pioneer SOPHIE in the wake of her death.
Eleanor Palmer reviews the new singles from Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke, ‘Her Revolution’ and ‘His Rope.’
Esme McGowan reviews Sufjan Stevens’ startling and poignant new album, The Ascension.
Alex Gibbon headed down to Belgrave for a long-awaited return to live music from Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor.
For Black History Month, our team of writers share some of their favourite and most notable Black artists.
The crowd are all tentatively watching how this conversation with an online virus will pan out. System shutdown. Hard crisp beats that shatter the calm expectation of the room as people start dancing. We’ve been […]
The 13th of April marked the release of ‘All Glows’, a date that was long overdue for the electronic producer Theo le Vigeroux, known to many as Fakear. The sixteen track album release paints Theo […]
George Evelyn is full of ideas. You’d expect nothing less from a man that gave the title of Shape the Future to his latest album under the Nightmare on Wax moniker for which he is […]
Gracing the Croatian haven of Tisno, Love International Festival has become synonymous with good times, suntans and blisteringly hot artists. After exceeding all expectations in 2017, Love International 2018 is set to be unmissable. This […]
Singer Amelia Meath and producer Nick Sanborn, who make up electronic pop duo Sylvan Esso, don’t look like pop superstars. Clad in simple skinny jeans and black t-shirts, Amelia’s reading ‘No Nukes!’, the duo didn’t […]
As someone who is happy to call Bombay Bicycle Club my favourite band and my favourite soundtrack to almost any life event, their 2014 hiatus left me feeling something was very much missing. But, luckily […]