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Bobby Krlic: Midsommar OST – soundtrack review

Bobby Krlic: Midsommar OST Milan Records LP / CD / DL Out Now. Bobby Krlic (The Haxan Cloak) score for the latest Ari Aster film 'Midsommar' was recently...

Patrick Jonsson: Suddenly We Looked Like Giants – album review

Patrick Jonsson Suddenly We Looked Like Giants Phases Records Format: Digital and Vinyl Release date: 21st March 2019   Released digitally last August on Phases, Patrick Jonsson's Suddenly We Looked Like...

Correlations To Release Brand New Album ‘From Memory’.

Electronic artist Correlations is this spring set to release his brand new album 'From Memory' via the wonderful The Dark Outside label with all...

Peter Sandberg: Motion – Album Review

Motion is a fitting title as Peter Sandberg’s tracks are juxtaposed to create a wordless narrative sweep.

Erland Cooper Announces New Album ‘Sule Skerry’

Erland Cooper has announced details of a new album, Sule Skerry, out on Phases on 17 May 2019, coinciding with a sold out show at the Barbican’s...

Mute Announce New Box Set ‘STUMM433’ And Share Short Film Featuring Laibach

“Wherever we are, what we hear is mostly noise” – John Cage MUTE have announced the latest release in the MUTE 4.0 (1978 > TOMORROW)...

Listen to This! Spoken word reprobates Radio Europa unveil new single.

Working as a foursome has bred new life into the Radio Europa project

Cosey Fanni Tutti Announces Second Solo Album ‘Tutti’

Pioneering artist Cosey Fanni Tutti has announced her second solo album 'Tutti' which will be released via Conspiracy International on the 8th February 2019. TUTTI...

Chris Carter To Release Box Set Of Solo Albums & EP Featuring Remixes By Daniel Avery

CHRIS CARTER, who recently released his first solo album release in 17 years, the acclaimed Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Volume One, has announced details...

Introducing Leeds electronica label: Sixteen Records

Introducing Leeds alternative and electronica label: Sixteen Records. Bryony Hegarty interviews label founder Lotte van den Berg for Louder Than War.

New Releases From New Zealand’s Fishrider

Arash Torabi looks at some new releases from New Zealand's Fishrider Records.

Chris Carter Announces New Album. Shares First Track

Legendary electronic music pioneer Chris Carter has announced a new album, Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Volume One,  which will be his first solo album...

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