Novelist Irvine Welsh has released a collaboration with veteran producer, DJ and former half of Radio Slave Serge Santiago.
The Japanese composer announces what he thinks may well be his last public performance
This unsettling video featuring white-eyed multiples jerking to the electronic stutter of the soundtrack is showcasing the work of composer, producer and sound design artist Kayla Painter.
In a talk at the Barbican, Brian Eno tackled the idea of space in music. Over 90 minutes he freewheeled from early recording techniques to Dolby Atmos, to the addition and removal of reverb in music, and ended with a request…
Location: London Est: 2009
Warp mainstay Chris Clark shares the first and last albums he bought, and an all-time favourite
Generally speaking, listening to a self-aggrandising peer saying, “You like [influential band]? Well, you should really listen to [obscure band]” tends more towards an act of generosity and patience than an educational experience.
Fujiya & Miyagi frontman David Best faces our barrage of quick-fire questions
Posh toffs and banjos? King Charles III raving it up?? Looks like our wayward columnist has finally gone royally mad
“My progress has been fitful,” Cathal Coughlan once said of his career. In the Irish songwriter’s life, there were certainly “anti-career” moments. His original band Microdisney supported David Bowie in concert then immediately split up. He shoved a Virgin Mary souvenir up his backside in a typically riotous performance with The Fatima Mansions. And as Bubonique, he recorded an album called ‘Trance Arse Volume 3’ with the comedian Sean Hughes. Now that’s a career.