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Deft: Cracks – album review

'Cracks' tells a story from its beginning to its very end and is one of those rare electronica records which feels like its creators initial concept has been delivered to perfection. An album that has the start-again-as-soon-as-you-finish-it quality. A quiet classic.

Subjective: Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects – album review

Subjective: Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects Masterworks LP / CD / DL Available Now. Act One: Music For Inanimate Objects is the debut album by Ulterior Motive's...

R. Seiliog: Megadoze – album review

R. Seiliog: Megadoze Turnstile DL 30/11/2018 R. Seiliog (Robin Edwards) releases his first full length album since the critically acclaimed 2014 release In Hz. Megadoze sees Edwards...

Christine And The Queens: Chris – album review

Christine And The Queens: Chris. Bryony Hegarty reviews the new album release by Héloïse Letissier for Louder Than War.

Hacienda Classical: Castlefield Bowl, Manchester – live review

Louder Than War's Sophie Marsh reviews Stereo MCs, Peter Hook and Hacienda Classical at Sounds of the City 2018, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester.

Kuenta i Tambu: RAIS – Album Review

RAIS by Kuneta i Tambu is a brilliantly breakneck, fantastically futuristic carnival of light

Flying Lotus Releases Brand New Video

Following from the first shows of Flying Lotus’ 3D tour, including a sold out show at Hollywood Forever Cemetery with Thundercat and Hannibal Buress (as part of RBMA Los Angeles) and Berkeley dates with Solange and Earl Sweatshirt, Flying Lotus presents the new video and song “Post Requisite”.

Listen! Clark Streams Soundtrack For BBC Primetime Thriller Series ‘Rellik’ // Autumn Tour Announced

Musical protean Chris Clark can now announce his involvement in highly anticipated prime-time crime thriller ‘Rellik’ which started this week (Monday 11th) and airs...

Underworld: Beaucoup Fish – reissue review

It is music for the mind and the pelvis. Thinking and shagging. Dance music so sexual and cerebral that they have never been equaled.

This Is A Love Song: The Heart In The Machine

Love is life and right now the world needs both those who want to live right and those who want to celebrate love. Peace x

Goldie’s The Journey Man & The Return Of The Alchemist

June 16th sees the release of the brand new and highly anticipated album by Breakbeat/Jungle original Goldie. To celebrate, Simon Tucker looks back at...

Hifi Sean: Ft. Excursions – album review

Some pristine underground sounds from HiFi Sean and his new project

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