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Aphex Twin at Printworks

Aphex Twin affirms his royal status in worldwide dance music with a ballistic performance for Red Bull Music Festival at Printworks London, combining sound, light and artistic vision.

Blanck Mass: Animated Violence Mild

Animated Violence Mild reflects upon our paradoxically tormented zeitgeist like nothing else; Power performing what may certainly be his very best solo piece to date.

Exael: Dioxippe

On ‘Dioxippe’ Exael branches out into less ambient terrain and explores the harder edges of electro-dub.

Logos: Imperial Flood

Over the course of 9 bleak tracks ‘Imperial Flood’ carves something of a tense horror mystery…each track is poised at the precipice of being club-ready, yet slyly avoiding it. One little nudge would be enough: this LP is a weapon in the hands of a shrewd DJ, but an enigma to a less-capable one.

Deeat Palace: KSX

Taking on her Deeat Palace guise again after releasing her debut extended player on Mind Records in February, Marion Camy Palou returns to treat us to one of her signature stormy, malevolent hybrids of post-apocalyptic atmospheres, bleeding riffs and blazing electronics.

Aphex Twin at Funkhaus Berlin

Was this the most anticipated DJ set of 2018? Did it deliver against all the negativity, befuddled organisation, extortionate ticket price and questionable venue? Tom Durston attempts to answer all of these questions in this review of Aphex Twin at Funkhaus Berlin.

Intonal Festival 2018

After three years of experiments and learning spent polishing bold and boundless lineups, 2018 marked the fourth edition of Intonal and with it, further confirmed the Swedish festival as a much needed beacon of light for the Nordic experimental music scene. Inverted Audio editor-in-chief Tom Durston shares his personal experience of his time spent at Intonal.