“I’d like to pay tribute to Daft Punk,” he said the other day. Oh oh.
Jenny Hval reveals the first and last albums she bought and the one she always turns to in an emergency
Location: West Lothian, Scotland Est: 2020
Held every Sunday between 1997 and 2010 at Glasgow’s Sub Club venue, the ferocious hedonism of Optimo Espacio was set off by the non-partisan tastes of DJs Keith “Twitch” McIvor and Jonnie Wilkes.
Voodoo Rays Like all the great albums – and make no mistake, this first Spiritualized long-player truly is…
His early 1980s recording career amounted to just two EPs, but the story of Totnes synthpop trailblazer Spöön Fazer is rich in wild tales, and a treasure trove of his unreleased tracks has just been uncovered…
A cornucopia of artistic influences, Leon Vynehall makes music that’s sweeping in cultural scale and ambition. He talks about his new album ‘Rare, Forever’ and the experiences that have shaped it
Recorded in New York 25 years ago, Alan Vega’s long-lost ‘Mutator’ album has been brought to life by his wife and long-time collaborator Liz Lamere and his close friend Jared Artaud, who offer a fascinating insight into the life and work of the Suicide vocalist
Martin Gore discusses humanity’s tendency towards self-destruction, the synth that kick-started Depeche Mode, performing on TV with live chickens – oh, and his new EP, ‘The Third Chimpanzee’
Rendering political chaos into cathartic release and a barnstorming live show into an equally arresting album, Gazelle Twin and electronic drone choir NYX take us on a trip to the bruised heart of deepest England