NEW MUSIC: Avatism – I Was Warned About People Like Us

Nov. 1, 2017 by

Avatism – I Was Warned About People Like Us Enigmatic Milan, Italy-based Avatism has had a productive year and put out not only one, but two strong EP:s. The first one, broodily named I Was Warned About People Like Us,

NEW MUSIC: Four Tet – Two Thousand and Seventeen

Sep. 27, 2017 by

Four Tet – Two Thousand and Seventeen Four Tet is by no means a hidden gem, although he arguably held onto such a title for a long time. The past decade has seen him turn into a giant within the

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NEW MUSIC: Proc Fiskal – The Highland Mob EP

Sep. 14, 2017 by

Proc Fiskal – The Highland Mob. Proc Fiskal is one of Hyperdub’s latest signings, making a melodic, dry and strange take on UK Funky and Bass. First heard of him when he did a mix for Hypnoik earlier this year,

NEW MUSIC: Gold Panda – Good Luck and Do Your Best

May. 31, 2016 by

Gold Panda Good Luck and Do Your Best Gold Panda’s new full length is called “Good Luck and Do Your Best”. With “You” he had as much of a hit single as you possibly can when your tracks mainly consist

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May. 13, 2016 by

2012’s “fIN” by John Talabot is possibly my favourite record from that year. John Talabot is an excellent producer and DJ and really stand out and manage to be original with his music, and to keep it fresh in a

NEW MUSIC: DJ Koze Presents Pampa, Vol. 1

May. 10, 2016 by

DJ Koze Presents Pampa, Vol. 1 DJ Koze’s release of Pampa, Vol. 1 is great for several reasons. For one, he has an outstanding aggregating knowledge of experimental music that dares to take a step back, for two (?) it

NEW MUSIC: Eyes Of Mine – FIG 1

May. 9, 2016 by

New music: Eyes Of Mine – Fig 1 George Fitzgerald released his latest project – “Eyes Of Mine” – a few days ago. I have been hyping the release since he first showcased the tracks in his BBC Essential mixes

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Black T-Shirts: The Original Invisibility Cloaks

Apr. 30, 2016 by

Found this article where the iconic black t-shirt and its cultural significance and symbolism is analyzed by The Atlantic writer Cameron Kunzelman. Fun to see that someone else is obsessed with what is perhaps the one simplest piece of clothing,

Adi Putra / Healing Noise

Apr. 28, 2016 by

Really have no idea how I stumbled upon the work by Adi Putra, but I have now been following – and been inspired by – his work for a while. I suspect I got exposed to his work through Instagram

MUSIC: Dödens Dal

Apr. 27, 2016 by

Dödens Dal (Valley of Death) is (was?) a Swedish electronic duo with a flair for analogue synths, a bit of prog and retro beats. I first heard them at the beginning of 2013 when they released their debut single “Det