Psych-pop or kraut-rock? New music by Chile’s Föllakzoid

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By Autumn Whitehurst in New Music on Wednesday 6 November 2013

Hailing from Chile, Follakzoid’s sound was defined in their first jam back in 2008 during which they experienced, by their own admission, a ‘trance experience between friends, sort of a soul abduction’. Psych-pop, kraut-rock … I’m not sure that any of these accurately describe their music. But this video for their track Pulsar does them […]

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New music by electronic artist Murcof

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By Marcus Byrne in New Music on Friday 30 August 2013

Murcof (aka Fernando Corona) had been around for quite some time in various electronic multimedia groups before emerging with his own debut album, Martes, in 2002. He’s signed to UK label Leaf, home of Four Tet, Susumu Yokota and Caribou, among others. I was lucky enough to meet him in a town called Sligo on […]

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The Air Between Your Words: a new live A/V Show from electronic artist Martyn

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By Danna Takako in Video on Friday 8 March 2013

More often than not, a “live” electronic show translates into a lifeless DJ playing Ableton off a laptop. It doesn’t seem like the best fit for music that’s so visceral and emotive. Martyn – an electronic musician based in the “sleepy DC suburbs” – found a way to visualize the music he’s created for his forthcoming album. He teamed […]

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Super melodic electro beats by Warp’s Chris Clark

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By Al Saulso in New Music on Wednesday 17 October 2012

I have been jamming the super melodic electro beats of Clark, aka Chris Clark, for a while now. His new album, Fantasm Planes, focuses on his broad range of sound and wonderful ear for tonal color.

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Gold Panda’s Snow and Taxis

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By Zolton in New Music on Monday 29 November 2010

Gold Panda’s new album on the Ghostly International label — Lucky Shiner — is a daring blend of glitchy and deep electro, as reflected in this single, Snow and Taxis.

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Further: the new album from the Chemical Brothers

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By Zac in New Music on Saturday 9 October 2010

Further, the seventh studio album from the Chemical Brothers, marks the return to the classic, elegant hooks that set the earlier Chemical Brothers’ albums apart. Further brims with epic tracks that transport you to those great days which turned into epic nights. For me, that’s long, unplanned London summer days. This is an album for […]

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Chew Lips video for their song Karen

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By Casper Johansson in Video on Thursday 1 April 2010

Having blown away the recent SXSW Music Festival in Austin, two weeks ago, London-based electro-pop trio Chew Lips now have a new album to drive. Unicorn was produced by Dave Kosten (Bat for Lashes) and features impeccably-executed guitar pop that veers from grinding electro-grooves to fevered howls of beat-heavy R&B, all reflected in the first […]

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The Music of 2008: a Year in Review

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By Francis Andrews in New Music on Monday 15 December 2008

It’s getting towards that time of the year when ‘The Lists’ start to come out. They are the end product of endless screaming matches over whether 2008 was one to remember, or whether it went down deep. Yes, there are still a few weeks left, but mid-December is a time when the belly rolls out […]

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M83’s Secret Playlist

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Tuesday 25 November 2008

The uber-hip French producer M83 has compiled a Secret Playlist for us in which he props Brian Eno, Julee Cruise, and Tears For Fears’ Head Over Heels: ‘This song was the biggest influence for my new album. Our track, Kim and Jesse, takes a lot of inspiration from 80s bands like Tears for Fears. This […]

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Exclusive interview with Fujiya and Miyagi

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By Zolton in New Music on Monday 10 November 2008

We love the coolly detached electro mash-up of Brighton group, Fujiya and Miyagi. So we checked in with vocalist-guitarist David Best to find out more about their latest album, Lightbulbs [out on Pod through Inertia], and the place it all started for them — their hometown of Brighton, England: ‘Brighton was just full of wanna-be mods with cravats dancing like they were in Quadrophenia’, he says. ‘It was awful. It seemed to be very unfashionable to be an electronic group back then. Now everybody combines synths with guitars. It makes me want to start a mod group’.

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Weird Tapes

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By Michaella Solar-March in New Music on Tuesday 21 October 2008

Curious what had happened to the band Hail Social earlier this year, I started trawling the internet and excitedly uncovered signs of a Dayve Hawke side project – Weird Tapes.

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The Faint’s The Geeks Were Right

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By Zolton in Video on Thursday 2 October 2008

Oh man, my eyeballs feel like they’re dropping out of my head. This clip is pyschedelic in a way that platform shoes and polyester shoes could never be. The Faint are the shizz, and that’s the truth.

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UNKLE on the making of End Titles

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By Zolton in Video on Wednesday 1 October 2008

This interview with James Lavelle gives a fascinating window into the making of the latest UNKLE opus, End Titles, Stories for Film.

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Francis Andrews Reader Find

By Francis Andrews in New Music on Monday 15 September 2008

Metronomy are a cool little London-based group headed by producer and remix extraordinaire, Joseph Mount. The sound sits somewhere between Autechre and Vitalic: clanging keyboards and body-gurning beats laced with an undercurrent of ominous electronica. It’s not as inaccessible as much of the more twisted electro-based stuff out there at the moment, although it retains […]

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Van She: ‘My Secret Playlist’

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By Zolton in New Music on Tuesday 19 August 2008

Titled V, Van She’s recently released full length debut is a confident modern rock album, recorded in London with acclaimed English producer Jim Abbiss, who has worked with Arctic Monkeys and Placebo, among others. In this Playlist, bassist and vocalist Matt Van Schie, trawls his crates to give us a rundown on his current musical obsessions.

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