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Hinako Omori: The Soft Bulletin

Somewhere in the mid-point between electronic, ambient and classical, composer Hinako Omori creates potent “therapeutic frequencies”. Deploying analogue synths and binaural sound, her second long-player is  an experimental and deeply enchanting patchwork
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Albums Of The Year 2023

It’s been another amazing year for electronic music, in all its divergent and thrilling forms. After much wrangling and whittling, here are our 50 standout albums of 2023. Some you’ll probably expect and some you definitely won’t. Dive in and enjoy!
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Jon Carter 

Freewheeling through time and space, Kris Needs continues his adventures in sound. This month: Jon Carter 
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Howard Jones

It’s 40 years since Howard Jones first crashed into the Top 10 with ‘New Song’. To mark the occasion, Cherry Red have issued a superb career retrospective, ‘Celebrate It Together’. And it all started with the coolest teacher in High Wycombe
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John Cage and Marcel Duchamp

In 1968, John Cage and Marcel Duchamp played a game of chess involving pieces that generated electronic sounds and a very expensive bottle of wine. The details of what actually happened that night were pored over by historians for years after