Tags : electronic music

Daft Punk Announce Split After 28 Years of Groundbreaking Electronica

French electronic outfit Daft Punk have announced their breakup after nearly thirty years together. The news came from an 8-minute video entitled “Epilogue” posted to their YouTube channel.  Perhaps best known for their robotic personas and classic singles such as ‘One More Time’ and ‘Get Lucky’, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter changed the landscape […]Read More

Album Review: Isles // Bicep

Bicep’s new release, Isles, finds Belfast’s cult hero duo prescribing some tonic for a rave-less world. Now based in London, Andrew Ferguson and Mathew McBriar first drew widespread attention for their esoteric ‘Feel My Bicep’ blog after forming in 2009. Since then it’s been a meteoric ascend to becoming household names for electronic music stans, […]Read More

Album Review: .wav // Flux Pavilion

Flux Pavilion’s debut album Tesla was a blended mixture of darkened EDM and electronic music. His latest album .wav gives us more of the artist’s abilities and musicality in rhythm, storytelling and talent. It is hard not to recognise a similar tone in the album’s first song ‘Everywhere Cable Goes Somewhere’. It has a similar […]Read More

Live Review: Kid Francescoli // Oslo, Hackney

Face of Kid Francescoli, Mathieu Hocine, meets me in a bar a short walk from Hackney’s ‘Oslo’. It’s a contrast from the glitz of the evening’s venue – somewhere familiar, cosy and a little boisterous. ‘Oslo’, on the other hand, is a railway-station-turned-restaurant that popped up a few years ago with tidy branding and a […]Read More

EP Review: Cheetah // Aphex Twin

The album art for Aphex Twin‘s latest release implies a break from tradition. The clean, sleek, almost retro-fetishist design marks a shift away from the subversive album art typical of Aphex Twin up until Syro, released in 2014. This new EP, however, is not a break with the past; it is built upon the remains of old half-finished […]Read More