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 […]
In the weirdest year for music any of us can remember, Bandcamp has been the undisputed champion. The monthly Bandcamp Friday offer — waiving all their fees so artists could take all the profits — […]