With a double delivery for All Saints Records - the mesmeric 'Sun Gong', followed by the double LP 'Bring On The Sun', and another album underway for Warp, Laraaji proves he's lost nothing of his golden touch and keeps pushing boundaries with unmatched spirit and energy. Interview + stream of Matthewdavid's psychedelic revamp of 'Enthusiasm' inside.
We caught up with Sleeperhold Publications head honcho Ward Heirwegh to discuss the makings of Patricia’s brand new 'Autotomy' EP. We also discuss the publication's raison d'être, creative cross-pollination and further plans for the future.
Small-scale festivals usually focus on proportionate lineups, trying to offer a homogeneic musical journey, but Waking Life's approach felt different, scattering 70+ acts across three dance floors. The overall Waking Life experience was one of constant discovery and wonder.
Better known as the lead singer of Danish electro-pop band When Saints Go Machine and half of acoustic duo Cancer, we caught up with Nikolaj Vonsild to discuss the raison d'être of his debut long-player as Khalil, his influences and how the liquid element plays an essential role in his sensory approach to music. Stream 'Sculpture No Solid' within.
A new name on the house map, Pépe seems to have been around for much longer than his CV tells. After a breakthrough year that saw him dish out a few promising EPs and splits on Sprung Records and Tekres, the Spanish producer has fulfilled the expectations in rather spectacular manner with two solid platters for French labels Renascence and In Records and more to come.
On top of contributing a mix to our partner radio show Newtype Rhythms, we asked Species of Fishes to have a chat, talking about how the reissue of their 1996 album 'Trip Trap' came about, the story behind the beginnings of the project and where they see the landscape of electronic music today.
Having recently guested on R&S offshoot Apollo, a home for more esoteric electronic wares than its raw and upfront parent, the label and Sebastian Mullaert decided to pull back the curtain on the creative process behind the final release. What this transpires to is a hidden archive of alternative takes and warm ups, about as far from a laborious mouse click exercise in front of a DAW as you can get.
Today we're glad to unveil a brand new concept and introduce you to a fresh collection of podcasts with the '100%' series. Aimed to feature an array of mixes from labels we support and shed a broader light on the depth of their catalogue, we're glad to kick off the series with a choice mix from our good pals from Dublin's Jheri Tracks, the more club-oriented side of All City.