Location: London Est: 2015
21st century retro electro rockism.
“Lester Bangs told us that when Kraftwerk were in New York, they were in his apartment and he said, ‘This has just come out, now hear this!’. They were so blown away they took Lester’s copy… they just took his record!” – Martin Rev
“At that point, the city was a shithole, but perfect for the punk scene. The anger and frustration was palpable” – Jerry Casale
Their live show is something else. you won’t forget it in a hurry. Squalling electronics and psychedelic visuals are key weapons in their armoury. Meet East London duo Sculpture
Guildford is perhaps not quite where you would expect to find a groundbreaking open access project stuffed to the gills with gobsmacking high-end Moog gear. but Guildford is where you’ll find the Moog Sound Lab. Step this way and feel free to touch that dial
In which Livewire dancehall MC Miss Red hooks up with Ninja Tune dub prof The Bug to serve up one heck of a debut album. Talk about blowing the bloody doors off. They’re calling it future dancehall AND who are we to argue?
In this exclusive extract, Stubbs explores the legend of Kraftwerk and explains how, despite not having a substantial release since 1986, they remain so utterly vital…
One half of Factory Floor, Gabe Gurnsey strikes out on his own, the fruit of which is a debut solo outing that has a tale to tell…
Genre-straddling composer Anna Meredith picks the passions that keep her focused and, well, erm, fuel her creative life… hold on to your hats