Search and Hit Enter

Best Tracks of 2014

2014 has been a year of outstanding releases. From first order, accomplished musicians to new coming talents, it’s time for us to unveil the best tracks of the year.

Clark: Clark

Clark’s new album reflects the Zeitgeist of our time, making Clark a stand-out record of 2014, not his best to date, but definitely a slow-burner.

Clark on his eponymous album

Clark talks about his 4 month long album writing process in a barn near Lincolnshire, acquiring re-edits from Marcel Dettmann and Pariah, working with Vincent Oliver on ‘Superscope’, incorporating contemporary dance into his live shows and how he thinks his music has progressed over the years.

Aphex Twin: Syro

Aphex Twin’s return to the studio album format begs one question of Syro: has absence made the heart grow fonder, or is the return of Aphex Twin one of a man outside of his time?

Bibio: The Green EP

Compiled as an addendum of sorts to his May 2013 album Silver Wilkinson, The Green EP sees Stephen Wilkinson AKA Bibio construct a wider context for the album’s second
Continue Reading

Vinyl Artwork Of The Year 2013

The votes are in and the winner of Vinyl Artwork Of The Year 2013 is Gold Panda ‘Half of Where You Live’ released via NOTOWN Records and Ghostly International, designed by Andy Gilmore.