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Currents: August 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

August was a crowded month, and this retrospective arriving almost 2 weeks later than usual is a result of that (we’ve stretched the interval over the first weeks of September in order to compensate, and we’ll forget we did that over the next retro). So much happened in music, film, and especially TV that it was hard to believe that it was all over the … Continue reading Currents: August 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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FEAST ON SCRAPS – AUGUST 2022

FEAST ON SCRAPS – AUGUST 2022 It’s never too late to look back to greatness. TWO SONGS__________________________ NSK – Un Momento Por Favor (Live In Lisabona) [2000] NSK (Natural Soft Killers) is one of the most inventive groups in Romanian Electronic Music, bringing together three genre pioneers. The band made its first appearance in 1996, when DJ Vasile (rhythm, samples, vinyls, mixes) together with Alien … Continue reading FEAST ON SCRAPS – AUGUST 2022

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Spotlight: Tegan and Sara + playlist

Tegan and Sara are an influential Canadian indie-pop duo with a unique approach to songwriting. They each write their song separately and begin the collaborative process only when they’re in the studio to record the album, by adding harmonies and often giving each other (hilarious) feedback. During live performances, they’re known for their banter and for delighting their fans with great stories – you could … Continue reading Spotlight: Tegan and Sara + playlist

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Music News (Aug 28 2022):  Alexander Ludwig, DJ Khaled, IZZY SPEARS, Stella Donnelly, Lolahol, David Guetta & Bebe Rexha, Elton John & Britney Spears

Alexander Ludwig – Highway 99 Most of us know him from Vikings, The Hunger Games and more recently from Heels. Alexander is making Country Music as delicious as you can hear anywhere in Nashville. With a self-titled EP already launched last year on BBR/BMG, Ludwig is really busy this summer with appearing in the new video for Nicki Minaj’s Super Freaky Girl and releasing his … Continue reading Music News (Aug 28 2022):  Alexander Ludwig, DJ Khaled, IZZY SPEARS, Stella Donnelly, Lolahol, David Guetta & Bebe Rexha, Elton John & Britney Spears

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Lost Gems: Oriol – Night And Day (2010)

This sounds like ideal sex to me. It makes me tremble with joy for finally hearing such well-textured imagery materialized! It’s like hearing your dreams to me. I never heard something of this nature done better before. Many did it before, many did it after… But this is definitely my favorite of all time. Oriol Singhji was born in Barcelona but now lives between London … Continue reading Lost Gems: Oriol – Night And Day (2010)

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Music News (Aug 20 2022): First Aid Kit, Sylvan Esso, Thelma Plum, ALMA, Tink, SOHN

First Aid Kit – Out of My Head  Words hung heavy upon my shoulders Slowly drowning in the sound Every door just flew open Praying I’d stay tethered to the ground The second single from the new album Palomino planned for November. I missed them so much! These two Swedish ladies really know how to make good Country-infused Folk Pop music! Authentic, inventive, with Fleetwood … Continue reading Music News (Aug 20 2022): First Aid Kit, Sylvan Esso, Thelma Plum, ALMA, Tink, SOHN

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Music News (Aug 10 2022): Calvin Harris, ELIO, NewJeans, Omar Apollo, Aeneh x Bucky, Banoffee, Fawn, POOLCLVB & Woodes

We return with our first news post in more than three months (but we promise we’ll make it a frequent habit from now on). Here’s what we’ve been listening to over the past week(s): Calvin Harris – Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 marks Harris’s first album in five years! It was released in August by Columbia Records, serving as a … Continue reading Music News (Aug 10 2022): Calvin Harris, ELIO, NewJeans, Omar Apollo, Aeneh x Bucky, Banoffee, Fawn, POOLCLVB & Woodes

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Lost Gems: The Stills, Kiss Me Deadly, Levy, The Innocence Mission, Dilermando Reis & Kelly De Martino

  Music I can’t forget, music to fall in love with. The Stills – Logic Will Break Your Heart [2003] Winter itself. It’s so intense and grand, smooth, intimate like no other… Empty and looking forward to a new tomorrow with vague hopes… Crying love… From the record’s title, sublime in every way, to the way this Stills wondrous debut is produced. The graphics, the … Continue reading Lost Gems: The Stills, Kiss Me Deadly, Levy, The Innocence Mission, Dilermando Reis & Kelly De Martino

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Currents: July 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

The Currents retrospective continues the trend solidified so far at the end of every month, in which I discuss my findings and thoughts about music and other music-related areas mainly having to do with image and/or moving images. Currents is not a real playlist, it’s a place of music discovery taking many detours, morphing and never settling for one area, artist or genre, discouraging obsession … Continue reading Currents: July 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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FEAST ON SCRAPS – JULY 2022

Here is my portion of things I listened to or watched obsessively this past month. Out of fascination or curiosity, I spent days on the following: ONE SONG__________________________ Fennec – bnb [2022] Bossa nova as religion, exotically melancholic and somewhere between Earl Sweatshirt, J Dilla and Clams Casino. That’s how you’ll start to assimilate him. The Austin-based ex-lawyer-turned-DJ seems to be the (better) non-homophobic and … Continue reading FEAST ON SCRAPS – JULY 2022

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Bigsound 2022 Spotlight Playlist

Bigsound is Australia’s leading new music festival and conference, with a massive lineup comprised of emerging musicians, as well as talks aimed at solving today’s big issues and shaping the future of music. Bigsound has been the launching pad for innovative acts like Flume and Courtney Barnett, and the 2022 edition will feature performances from Budjerah, Ashwarya, Alter Boy, Mia Wray, BLOODMOON and Woodes, as … Continue reading Bigsound 2022 Spotlight Playlist

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Lost Gems: Boat Club – Caught The Breeze (2007)

On a beach. With the setting sun. I will anchor here… in the Sound. The friendly wind loses me at sea. Seagulls away. The sand is green, and your dreams may be purple. You have Boat Club in your ears and you are looking for yourself. Silent. We all know the Balearic Beats from the mid-90s, when they started wreaking havoc on the islands of … Continue reading Lost Gems: Boat Club – Caught The Breeze (2007)

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Discover: Natalie Walker

Natalie Walker is an Indiana-born musician best known in the trip-hop/downtempo world for her two albums, Urban Angel and With You, offering listeners a distinctive, unforgettable flavor of melancholic, cinematic electronica. Having been part of the group Daughter Darling, Walker released Urban Angel in 2006, and her music has since been featured in film and television, including well known titles such as Marie Antoinette and … Continue reading Discover: Natalie Walker

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Lost Gems: Fear Of Tigers – Cossus Snufsigalonica (2010)

Either I was a perfect fit to assimilate him, or this collection of electro is the finest of 2010, as I screamed for the first time more than a decade ago. It’s shocking and hurried like hell. It’s the kind of record that makes me say “close your eyes and see the sounds!” It’s a trip to Cossus Snufsigalonica, about the meanings of which I … Continue reading Lost Gems: Fear Of Tigers – Cossus Snufsigalonica (2010)

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Discover: immi (Mayu Nakazawa)

[This article is a second version of a 2021 post I made about immi, with a lot of corrections] immi (Mayu Nakazawa) is a Japanese electronic artist who made her debut in 2007 with the single Cosmic Pink. immi takes listeners on a musical journey through a mix of genres – tech house, electro-funk, disco, rock, and even a bit of trance, EDM and r&b. … Continue reading Discover: immi (Mayu Nakazawa)

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June 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

We were in music discovery mode in June, and alongside the many great albums and EPs released in the past month, from artists like 070 Shake, Empress Of, The Range, Mr. Little Jeans and Purity Ring, there were also a lot of music videos and visual albums which raised the bar and surprised us. In addition, we enjoyed music by Black Dresses, IMLAY, Kat Cunning, … Continue reading June 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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Discover: Sublab + MTV Dancefloor Chart playlist

Around the year 2000, what really brightened up my Friday evenings was MTV’s Dancefloor Chart, an all-club-music selection show mostly consisting of house, trance and “dance-pop” tunes (but with Eurodance, Britpop, Italo disco and tekfunk also present). The best among a slew of MTV Europe “dance” shows (Party Zone, MTV Dance and Club MTV), Dancefloor Chart and its subsequent CD releases saw the rise of … Continue reading Discover: Sublab + MTV Dancefloor Chart playlist

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Discover: ALTER, The Platform For Unconventional Horror

ALTER is a platform (together with website and Youtube channel) which focuses on innovative horror short films. In their own words: “reaching passionate horror fans across all social channels and a linear free-to-view OTT channel, ALTER gives the next generation of horror a rabid and global audience that allows us to challenge the status quo while still paying homage to the great horror of yesterday.” … Continue reading Discover: ALTER, The Platform For Unconventional Horror

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Heard It On: millennium parade – Secret Ceremony/No Time To Cast Anchor (Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045 season 2, dir. Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki) + SAC_2045 Ending Explained

Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045 is a sequel to one of the most influential and beloved anime series of all time, Ghost In The Shell: Standalone Complex. Kenji Kamiyama’s alternate take on Mamoru Oshii’s seminal 1995 film is, after Serial Experiments Lain, simply one of the most ambitious anime projects ever. Building upon Oshii’s setting of a near-future Japan which has seen technological advances such … Continue reading Heard It On: millennium parade – Secret Ceremony/No Time To Cast Anchor (Ghost in the Shell SAC_2045 season 2, dir. Kenji Kamiyama, Shinji Aramaki) + SAC_2045 Ending Explained

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Discover: Laurel Halo’s King Felix EP, Science, AI and Post-Humanism

Laurel Halo is our highlight in the Discover series today. She was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan and is a pioneering electronic artist influenced by the music of Detroit and Berlin. Her first ever release was the King Felix EP in 2010 and hinted a themes such as post-humanism, technology, star-crossed lovers, and cyborgs. Borrowing concepts from physics and mathematics, the EP formally introduced the … Continue reading Discover: Laurel Halo’s King Felix EP, Science, AI and Post-Humanism

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Live Performances We Recommend #3: HANA. Qrion. Soccer Mommy. Daniela Andrade. Caroline Polachek. Ringo Deathstarr.

Following our original live performances post back when we started this site, here are six more awesome performances for you to enjoy from the comfort of your home: HANA for Femme House Livestream (March 13, 2021) HANA might be best known for collaborating with Grimes on her We Appreciate Power track, and for being one half of the AC!D Reign Chronicles, but these are not … Continue reading Live Performances We Recommend #3: HANA. Qrion. Soccer Mommy. Daniela Andrade. Caroline Polachek. Ringo Deathstarr.

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Dissonant Harmonies by Bev Vincent and Brian Keene – The Playlists

This is Lisa here, and when I am not editing for An Empty Bliss or playing with doggos, my other job is writing book reviews. I was given a copy of Dissonant Harmonies by Bev Vincent and Brian Keene to review – and thought this was a fantastic title to discuss on this site as well. Published by Cemetery Dance, Dissonant Harmonies consists of two novellas, … Continue reading Dissonant Harmonies by Bev Vincent and Brian Keene – The Playlists

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May 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

In May we were happy to hear new music from Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood (The Smile), as well as Four Tet under his KH alias. There were a lot of great album releases including Alison Wonderland’s Loner, Flume’s Palaces, Warpaint’s Radiate Like This – to the point where it seemed like a very crowded month (which is reflected in our giant playlist, once more … Continue reading May 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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Spotlight: Tinashe + playlist

Tinashe is one of the most prolific artists hailing from the alternative R&B scene. Over the past decade, she has tackled a variety of genres (lo-fi hip-hop, neo-soul, art-pop, twisted R&B and even witch-house or funk among them), collaborated with a host of talented producers – including Ryan Hemsworth, Clams Casino, XXYYXX, Devonte Hynes, M-Phazes and Kaytranada – and has been compared to both Aaliyah … Continue reading Spotlight: Tinashe + playlist

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Heard It On: Yumi Zouma – Astral Projection (“Along for the Ride”, 2022, dir. Sofia Alvarez)

Whenever it feels as if a movie has a secret window to our favorite playlist, we’re going to make it our mission to cover that kind of movie. If you’re looking to spend an afternoon with a film full of nostalgic vibes which also has one foot firmly in the present, Along For The Ride, (written and directed by Sofia Alvarez) might simply be Netflix’s … Continue reading Heard It On: Yumi Zouma – Astral Projection (“Along for the Ride”, 2022, dir. Sofia Alvarez)

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Opinion: 2014 Was One Of The Best Years For Electronic Music

In our previous post, we’ve mentioned how 2014 was a pivotal year, one which saw a growing interest in electronic music and a much more diverse output from amazing electronic artists – both old and new. 2014 was a year filled with great things, and we’ll just pull a few out of our nostalgia hat in order to drive our point across: London-born producer SOHN … Continue reading Opinion: 2014 Was One Of The Best Years For Electronic Music

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A Tribute To Music Is Art: Favorite Moments (part 1)

This post is best-viewed on a desktop or laptop screen. Some mobile phones will take very long in loading all the content, and the landscape view is recommended. Without a doubt, Music Is Art (musicisart.ws) will always be my personal favorite music website (and favorite statement about music). Music is Art has been a major source of inspiration and certainly instrumental in the conception of … Continue reading A Tribute To Music Is Art: Favorite Moments (part 1)

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Discover: Anomalie

For fans of neo-soul, funk and jazz (think J Dilla, Nujabes, Gramatik, Lauren Desberg, Todd Terje, Portico Quartet or Submotion Orchestra), Anomalie is a Canadian producer making waves, always delivering stellar beats, funky melodies and entrancing piano solos. Nicolas Dupuis was born in Montreal and made his debut in 2016 with his Odyssée single (which, in a typically awesome SoundCloud comment, has been compared to … Continue reading Discover: Anomalie

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Discover: Independent Music Labels #1 (Chamomile. Luminelle. Hardly Art. Sinderlyn)

An independent music label is, in layman’s terms, an entity outside the umbrella of “The Big Three,” those being Sony, Warner, and Universal. An indie label’s job is a difficult one, working to foster creativity and promote its talent, which are typically underrated, lesser-known artists and music. This is generally an uphill battle in both making a name for itself and its roster, all while … Continue reading Discover: Independent Music Labels #1 (Chamomile. Luminelle. Hardly Art. Sinderlyn)

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Album Review: Alison Wonderland – Loner (2022)

So far, 2022 has been a fantastic year for music, seeing new albums from some of our favorite artists – including Sunflower Bean, Warpaint, Ybeyi, Let’s Eat Grandma and Anomalie. However, the album that definitely left the biggest impression on this author this month was Alison Wonderland’s third LP, Loner. If you thought Flume’s sound has been getting better and better recently, wait till you … Continue reading Album Review: Alison Wonderland – Loner (2022)

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April 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

April was a strange month – after writing about the magnificent Phoebe Bridgers Coachella performance, this author experienced awesomeness withdrawal and retreated into other projects and lazy Easter binge-watching, with most ideas for articles for this website sadly getting discarded, again due to lack of time. April ended up as the month with only one music news post, but it was also the one in … Continue reading April 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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Hall Of Fame: Phoebe Bridgers Live At Coachella 2022 – Weekend 1

At the present time, this author is seriously considering turning this website into a Phoebe Bridgers fanzine and just be done with it. Her Coachella performance this weekend was probably the most talked-about music-related topic online, in a “you had to be there” manner, and you’d be forgiven if you think “this can’t be all that!” However, in an ocean of amazing Coachella performances, hers … Continue reading Hall Of Fame: Phoebe Bridgers Live At Coachella 2022 – Weekend 1

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Discover/Movie Club #1: Vimeo, The Social Platform For Film Industry Creatives

Vimeo is a platform for filmmakers to showcase their work – either for free on their own channels, or for a small sum on the Vimeo on Demand service. It’s less known, however, as a way for artists to follow other artists, and collaborate on projects. A well-kept secret, Vimeo is THE place to discover stunning short movies, and the website you need to be … Continue reading Discover/Movie Club #1: Vimeo, The Social Platform For Film Industry Creatives

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Discover: KRANE

Collaboration is the key to artistic growth. Prolific electronic producer KRANE understands this better than anyone, and he has released no less than three collaborative albums, seeking, in his own words, “to cultivate a community of producers to collaborate on tracks with” and “to get back to (…) roots, remain experimental and just focus on the music and have fun.” KRANE is a US producer … Continue reading Discover: KRANE

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Music News (April 6 2022): Ghostpoet. CIFIKA. Ghostly Kisses. Ibeyi. Amber Mark. Wet Leg. Kelsey Lu

Ghostpoet & Federico Albanese Collaborate On “Feel Again” Ghostpoet (Obaro Ejimiwe) is a UK artist whose output defies categorization. His incisive lyrics and soulful delivery put him in the same hemisphere as rappers like Roots Manuva, or trip-hop acts like Massive Attack. He has collaborated with both – but is more comfortable, in his own words, as “an artist who experiments with sounds and loves … Continue reading Music News (April 6 2022): Ghostpoet. CIFIKA. Ghostly Kisses. Ibeyi. Amber Mark. Wet Leg. Kelsey Lu

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Album Review: Foxes – The Kick (2022)

British indie pop artist Foxes is no stranger to iconic singles: Youth and Body Talk are veritable earworms, each benefiting from clever songwriting and a production quality that elevate them beyond standard “Top 40” pop tunes. “Youth” has seen a stunning remix by Adventure Club, while “Let Go For Tonight” has received the treatment from our favorite drum’n’bass act, High Contrast. The singer collaborated with … Continue reading Album Review: Foxes – The Kick (2022)

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March 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

March was one of our most productive months in our short, two-month history. We’ve listened to a lot of music. The playlist we’ve compiled is, this time around, featuring only sounds we haven’t managed to write about, mainly due to lack of time. Here it is, and below it you can find the March retrospective, with extra categories (best music video and live performances). Best … Continue reading March 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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Opinion: Hayley Williams’s Simmer Trilogy Is A (New-Wave) Horror Masterpiece + New-wave horror music videos playlist

[DISCLAIMER: This article is an opinionated case study on a new subgenre of horror some critics and academics have coined as “new-wave horror”, but it can also fall under “elevated horror” or “post-horror”] * Hayley Williams’s Petals for Armor album looks very different in 2022, two years after its release. Because of an overabundance of new acts, new releases and new avenues of distribution, albums nowadays … Continue reading Opinion: Hayley Williams’s Simmer Trilogy Is A (New-Wave) Horror Masterpiece + New-wave horror music videos playlist

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Music News (29 March 2022): Let’s Eat Grandma. Hyd. Innellea. Rone. Eartheater.

Let’s Eat Grandma share magical train window video for “Levitating” If you take long train journeys, you might have been, at some point in your life, mesmerized by the train window next to you. The quick succession of a constant stream of images of faraway objects and miniaturized beings tends to reduce the boredom and stress levels, and there’s something fascinating about the opaque surface … Continue reading Music News (29 March 2022): Let’s Eat Grandma. Hyd. Innellea. Rone. Eartheater.

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Discover: Robot Koch & Delhia de France

Robot Koch is a German producer whose music has been described as “an intriguing dialogue between technology and nature, futuristic sound design and organic orchestration”. Delhia de France is a producer, singer and songwriter also hailing from Germany, a self-professed lover of darkness and “vulnerable feelings that dwell deep within”. Whenever these two artists meet, magic happens: their collaboration spans the length of almost a … Continue reading Discover: Robot Koch & Delhia de France

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Spotlight + Album review: Bendik – Liv (2022)

Bendik is one of our favorite Norwegian artists, first coming into our attention with her song “Aldri”, featured in the 2012 film “Flukt (Escape)”, which starred Ingrid Bolsø Berdal (Westworld) in a captivating villainous turn. “Aldri” was a stunning composition, a combination of rock and electronic, with shifts in rhythm, a killer electric bass and a soaring voice that oscillated between soothing chants, rich harmonies … Continue reading Spotlight + Album review: Bendik – Liv (2022)

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SXSW 2022 Spotlight Playlist

The South By Southwest festival, taking place this year from March 11-20 in Austin, Texas, is the biggest festival of its kind, one of the true gatekeepers of avant-garde, indie and world music, simply one of the best places for the discovery of new artists to obsess over. Even if you can’t attend, there will be numerous SXSW live performances streamed online in the following … Continue reading SXSW 2022 Spotlight Playlist

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Music News (March 14th 2022): Karma Fields. Tate McRae. LUCIANBLOMKAMP. Holly Humberstone. Whatever The Weather. Father John Misty.

It’s still unclear what Karma Fields is, but they’ve recently dropped a funky Timebomb Summer came early thanks to Karma Fields, who delivered the stellar “Timebomb”, a funk-infused track with a killer baseline that is sure to brighten up anyone’s day. Of course, the listening experience gets a lot better once you know (or realize you don’t know) who, or what Karma Fields really is. … Continue reading Music News (March 14th 2022): Karma Fields. Tate McRae. LUCIANBLOMKAMP. Holly Humberstone. Whatever The Weather. Father John Misty.

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Album review: Now, Now – Saved (2018)

We’ve been fans of Now Now (formerly known as Now Now, Every Children) ever since their 2007 debut EP, Not One But Two. It’s a great feeling when you discover that bands you loved when you were younger are still around making wonderful music, so when we realized that in 2019 the band had dropped Enda – a massive single which saw the duo refining … Continue reading Album review: Now, Now – Saved (2018)

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Free Ukraine: A Ukrainian Electronic Playlist

Several days ago, an open letter signed by artists from the Ukraininan electronic music scene was published, asking the global community to fight against Russian aggression. As a tribute to our favorite Ukrainian artists and as an intro to the thriving electronic scene in Ukraine, we have compiled a playlist comprised of 25 songs. Please keep in mind that the website CDM has a list … Continue reading Free Ukraine: A Ukrainian Electronic Playlist

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February 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

The month of February 2022 will forever remain in history as the month in which Russia invaded Ukraine, so for a while, nearing the end of it, it didn’t make much sense to post anything about music and art. But with the end of winter comes transformation and renewed hope, so we compiled a February playlist comprised of both songs we’ve featured and songs that … Continue reading February 2022 Playlist + Retrospective

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Discover: We Are All Molecular Collaborators. Tai Shani’s “The Neon Hieroglyph” and Acid Trip Politics + Maxwell Sterling’s Queer “Turn Of Phrase”

Presented as one of the many digital projects gravitating around Manchester’s Virtual Factory, “a space for fully immersive and groundbreaking digital experiences”, The Neon Hieroglyph is the brainchild of Tai Shani, an artist who has exhibited both in Britain and internationally, interested in exploring forgotten histories and tales. Uniting poetry, sculpture, documentary filmmaking, CGI and performance art, Shani creates a visual essay unlike any other, … Continue reading Discover: We Are All Molecular Collaborators. Tai Shani’s “The Neon Hieroglyph” and Acid Trip Politics + Maxwell Sterling’s Queer “Turn Of Phrase”

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Discover: Samora Pinderhughes’s Protest Art

Samora Pinderhughes is a composer and pianist who aims to stay involved through his music, blending soul, jazz and poetry in order to move the listener, to really alter the way they see the world. He uses theatre and film, music and haunting lyrics in order to make powerful resistance art, and his complex jazz compositions are simply stunning. Pinderhughes’s latest video is “Masculinity”, aiming … Continue reading Discover: Samora Pinderhughes’s Protest Art

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Music News (Feb 20 2022): Let’s Eat Grandma. CLBRKS. Sabrina Carpenter. Zella Day. Hurray For The Riff Raff. Caroline Polachek. Alison Wonderland. Pom Pom Squad.

Let’s Eat Grandma start out the year with a celebration of friendship, play tennis in “Happy New Year” video One heartwarming (and even tearjerking) masterpiece that we’ve missed: British experimental pop Let’s Eat Grandma started out 2022 in great style, delivering a stunning electronic anthem that plays out like an M83 and Ladyhawke collaboration. Heavy synth-work, unique phrasing and iconic lyrics depicting the mending of … Continue reading Music News (Feb 20 2022): Let’s Eat Grandma. CLBRKS. Sabrina Carpenter. Zella Day. Hurray For The Riff Raff. Caroline Polachek. Alison Wonderland. Pom Pom Squad.

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Opinion: The Rise And Fall of Soundcloud. Christian Ward. Roxanne de Bastion. Lyndsie Alguire. Roniit.

[EDIT June 1 2022: We are now on Soundcloud and are aiming to promote musicians who are still active on the platform. Soundcloud definitely isn’t quite as dead as we initially thought it was, and if some artists have grown out of it, there are still some who haven’t abandoned it, and a new generation who has seemingly used it since 2016 onwards] In 2009, … Continue reading Opinion: The Rise And Fall of Soundcloud. Christian Ward. Roxanne de Bastion. Lyndsie Alguire. Roniit.