Fearless audio adventurer Kris Needs casts his beady ear far and wide and picks out the latest delights for your listening pleasure
Location: London Est: 1995
The one and only Adamski serves up the first and last records he bought and the one he always turns to in times of need
"I’d become a Nitzer Ebb fan on the release of 1992’s Alan Wilder-produced ‘Ebbhead’, a frustrating time to become a fan of the band because they went on a three-year hiatus pretty much straight after they released that record."
In range of our fully loaded quick question machine is Portico Quartet’s Duncan Bellamy
The Art of Petting Crocodiles
Seven degrees of separation? How are Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club connected to Brooklyn retro synth trailblazers Xeno & Oaklander? We unpick the tangled webs…
Four years on from the acclaimed ‘English Electric’, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark are preparing to release their difficult 13th album. It’s called ‘The Punishment Of Luxury’ and it’s full of surprises. Are you ready for a bit of bending?
It’s 50 years since he recorded the seminal ‘Silver Apples Of The Moon’ and a little longer since he co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center and helped to design the first Buchla synthesiser. So how come Morton Subotnick seems oblivious to his own musical legacy?
Electronic Sound headed to Germany to catch Kraftwerk playing a huge outdoor concert in celebration of the Tour De France getting under way in Düsseldorf. It was a weekend of beer, bikes and Beuys…