John Foxx is a Zelig-like character who pops up all over the place in the history of British electronic music
Marking a return to the fray with their second album, ‘I’m All Ears’, Let’s Eat Grandma dip their biscuits into waters new – musically and quite literally. We tag along for the ride…
He’s deaf in one ear, makes beat-heavy music from unpromising raw material – including pre-war jazz and old radio shows – and yet Seattle’s L’Orange will change everything you think you know about hip hop…
Composer/producer Ben Chatwin, reveals the first and last records He bought and the one he reaches for in an emergency
Location: Biggleswade, UK Est: 2015
Though Hefner survive in the collective consciousness as the exemplar of an indie guitar outfit, the band deployed vintage synths and drum machines on later recordings. Which means that this, The French’s ‘Local Information’, isn’t quite the without-precedent one-off it might first appear.
The electronica/brass band hybrid queen faces the quick-fire question machine
On their first album, the excellent ‘Buchla & Singing’, folk songwriter Caroline Schutz and synth sorcerer Reed Hays set compositions about such offbeat subjects as the beauty of washing machines or the lifecycle of earthworms to infectious electronic melodies and pristine beats.
In 1958, a mysterious electronic music studio was established at the BBC’s Maida Vale building. sixty years on, an intimate gathering of alumni celebrates the anniversary of The Radiophonic Workshop with a live performance and a post-gig get-together. We pick up the bar tab…
In a flurry of activity, the enigmatic Matt Johnson has recently stepped back into the limelight playing a bunch of sell-out London shows before Embarking on an extensive tour with a rebooted THE THE. Hungry for more?