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Anenon: Tongue

Start to finish, from the chord changes to the building rhythms, the field recordings to the trickle of keys, Anenon is giving us something here that’s elevated, personal, raw… Tongue is regenerative.

Bibio: Phantom Brickworks

Recently prone to immaculately produced ’80s smooth jams (The Serious EP) we must admit that it’s with a touch of trepidation that we fire up “Phantom Brickworks”, Bibio’s latest long player on Warp Records. However, true to form, Wilkinson surprises with an about turn focus on deeply pensive and emotive ambience.

Meakusma Festival 2017

These days it is hard to find a festival where you can put your trust blindly into the unknown. The cozy vibe, slick and friendly organisation and stellar musical programming made Meakusma Festival 2017 in Belgium one of the most profound weekend experiences of the year.

Nosedrip

We caught up for a quick-fire chat with Belgium based artist Nosedrip as he opens up on the width of the Belgium scene and gets us to discover the story behind his unique approach to music.

Music Video: Gosheven – Well Tuned Dreams

Today we are happy to premiere Gosheven ‘Well Tuned Dreams‘ alongside an eerie video featuring apocalyptic footage of nuclear explosions (and various other graphical evidence of human madness), spaceships, children either playing or being controlled by adults.

Essential Guide: Intonal Festival 2017

Held at Inkonst and Inter Arts Center in Malmö from 27 to 30 April 2017, Intonal Festival is slowly but surely budding into a high-level fixture in the narrow market of quality off-season electronic music festivals. Here’s our recap of the essential acts and performances you should not miss.

The Long Now: An Ode to Architectural and Sonic Magnitude

This is our report of “The Long Now” hosted at Kraftwerk Berlin, a place for the enduring present, comprising over thirty hours of concerts, audio-visual installations and live electronic performances, which the public are invited to experience in many ways: be it listening, watching or even sleeping to them.

Abu AMA: Arabxo Ishara

“Arabxo Ishara” by Abu Ama isn’t a political work of art. It’s simply an album of electronic music – samples, beats and rumbling bass. Through it’s collage style production however, it somehow captures all that’s good about living in a culturally diverse community, locally and globally.

Essential Guide: Berlin Atonal 2016

Split between Kraftwerk, Tresor and OHM, Berlin Atonal is without a doubt one of the most eagerly awaited events in Berlin thanks to its forward-thinking lineup and mouthwatering series of one-off live sets and epic world premieres. Here’s a shortlist of the performances which we look very much forward to.