Ice-cold Torontonian motorik pop.
ROC’s Patrick Nicholson reveals the first and last records he bought and the one he turns to in an emergency.
Die Doraus was Andreas Dorau, who was only 16 when he recorded 1981’s ‘Blumen Und Narzissen’ (‘Flowers And Daffodils’) with Der Plan’s Kurt Dahlke and Frank Fenstermacher for their fabled Neue Deutsche Welle label Ata-Tak.
Go-to producer/synth hoarder, Benge gets himself comfy so we can fire question after question at him
The sights and sounds of a band in transition, this new boxset traces the tentative steps of a……
Margate-based abstract electronicist blurring the orchestral with weird edges
Boundary-pushing European mysterion.
Surreal Stateside techno side-project
Rose Elinor Dougall picks a path through her very own musical journey from cradle to, well, right now…
We set the dial to 1961 where the unmistakable sound of Del Shannon’s Number One smash hit ‘Runaway’ rules the airwaves… but what is that flute-like sound that drives it along? Prepare yourself for a lesson in electronic music instrument history.