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colo

Ahead of the release of colo’s album “UR” on Ki Records, home of Christian Löffler and Monokle, we sat down with the London based production duo to discuss the makings of the album and their musical heritage.

Francis Harris: Minutes of Sleep

Through an innovative approach to recording and production, Francis Harris has demonstrated versatility within the frameworks of house and ambient music that is seldom executed with such finesse.

Paxton Fettel

The Copenhagen based musician discusses how he got into music and how a producer from Denmark came to release music out of Torquay. He also describes his studio setup and offers tips to the music industry.

Archie Pelago: Lakeside Obelisk

This EP does what Archie Pelago have always done so well: by juxtaposing and collaging such disparate musical tropes, it creates something much more than a mere portmanteau of genera for fickle novelty, but an entirely new mode of approaching the boundaries we impose on music.

Thug Entrancer: Death After Life

Thug Entrancer’s “Death After Life” fits comfortably alongside Daniel Lopatin’s Software Recording Co. catalogue, a twitching, wonky version of electronic music that flitters between chaos and order.

Actress: Ghettoville

As a reviewer tasked with picking apart the numerous enigmatic strands of Actress’ fourth and potentially final record, it’s tempting to cross-examine it with that infuriatingly cryptic
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Top Tracks 2013

We called upon the producers, labels and friends that we’ve worked with in the past to compile a playlist of their top tracks of 2013. Each list has been collated into a YouTube playlist for you to stream.

Conforce: Kinetic Image

1. Excess Mortality
2. Spatiotemporal
3. Temporary Reversals
4. Semantic Field
5. Scientific Trajectory
6. Underwater Settlers
7. Formerly Programmed Decisions
8. Abundance Of Selves
9. Optimum Pace
10. Anti-adaptive State

Oleg Poliakov

Frédéric Aubourg is a French electronic music producer based in Berlin. He released his first record in 1999 under his hip-hop focussed ‘Skat‘ moniker and fourteen
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