A beautifully haunting collaboration between humpback whales and humans

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Music on Tuesday 28 July 2015

While listening to your favourite beats is enjoyable, trying to work and concentrate at the same with those beats is pretty much impossible. In fact it’s so impossible that for a while I had to work in complete silence to get anything done. Until I found one of the most underrated musical collaborations in the history of ever: Pod Tune.

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Every Day We Are Dying And Outer Space Does Not Give One Single Fuck

Dave Imms Reader Find

By Dave Imms in New Music on Wednesday 3 April 2013

Every Day We Are Dying And Outer Space Does Not Give One Single Fuck: it is what it is. Another one of those cool things that pop up on the Internet and everyone shares it for a bit. My suggestion, get in the zone, have a relax, maybe it’ll be a nice time for reflection? Have […]

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Jason Urick

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Music on Friday 3 September 2010

I’m trying to figure out why Jason Urick’s hypnotic, polyrhythmic, and often ambient sound isn’t rave music. Is it because he has a beard? Or maybe it’s because there are textures, samples, and haunting drones that Urick puts together in a coherent, but often fragmented way that force you to zone in rather than zone […]

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Pantha du Prince

Francis Andrews Reader Find

By Francis Andrews in New Music on Tuesday 28 October 2008

I’ve yet to find out what they put in the water in Germany that generates such a consistently rich stream of good electronica. Carrying the torch at the moment is Hendrik Weber, aka Pantha du Prince, whose early 2007 release, This Bliss, landed on my doormat with a deep bass-kick and hasn’t left my iPod since.

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