Soundtrack to filing that month away…
When you put two drummers together from the extreme metal and drone composition ends of the spectrum, the dub music they come up with won’t be the chilled-out cosmic kind. Manslaughter 777 is a new […]
Angolan hip-hop duo IKOQWE “urge you to to learn how to love… skin is to be felt”.
Rua Sound co-founder Rob Flynn on the label’s explorations in jungle, drum & bass, grime, footwork and hip-hop
If you really fuckin hate the Tories, a self-satisfied Owen Jones column just won’t cut it. Have this eight-track petrol bomb of seditionist splatter grindcore instead.
It’s tough releasing a techno album right now, when there’s a distinct lack of sweaty basements and jacked-up sound rigs to test it out live — but Irish producer Will Kinsella aka Hybrasil hasn’t held […]
In any other January, most of us are hibernating for good reason — after a few weeks of indulgence and wallet trashing. We don’t have a choice this year, though, we’re all hibernating together, trying […]
A dirgy industrial racket that feels more like a sweaty headbutt than a dancefloor bop — but that’s all good
Sonic nihilism — all for a good cause.
More warped electronics on Dutch label New York Haunted
One of the low-key highlights of Tallinn Music Week 2019 was ducking into the Balti Jaam food market for some noodles and being drawn to the left-field analogue synth-pop wafting down from the third floor. […]
Ah fuck, surely it’s too early in the year for a two-and-a-half hour, one-track Jute Gyte album?
Deathbomb Arc founder Brian Miller on the California label’s experimental sounds: “Genres unknown since 1998.”
Great tunes, pity about the year etc.
End of year lists are already flying in but steady on — 2020 ain’t over yet (the sooner the better though). Here’s the near-end-of-year soundtrack, from Wicker Man paganism, to black metal opera, militant techno […]