You by Creep: featuring Nina Sky

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By Planningtorock in New Music on Saturday 4 June 2011

I love Creep. Their music is really beautiful. I’m a serious lover of strings and they use them in such a cool way. They’re great producers, too, and i love how most of their tracks are pretty slow tempo, and very deep. I just did a remix for their second single, You, featuring Nina Sky.

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Crystal Ball by Grimes

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By Planningtorock in New Music on Tuesday 31 May 2011

I love the album Halfaxa by Grimes. She’s a brilliant producer, full of really fresh great arrangements, playful, and resplendent with lush sonic moments.

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The brilliant video art of Ryan Trecartin

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By Planningtorock in New Art on Tuesday 31 May 2011

I’m a big fan of Ryan Trecartin’s video art. His videos are saturated trips filled with hilarious and weird theories and very smart insights. The editing of the videos, in particular, is superb.

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Interview with Planningtorock Reader Find

By in New Music on Saturday 28 May 2011

Planningtorock is the stage persona and creative form of Bolton-born Janine Rostron, whose powerful and haunting electronica was born in Berlin where Janine has lived for the past ten years. We checked in with her to ask a few questions about her music and her style. [Listen to her new single Doorway at the end of the interview]

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The Knife’s Colouring of Pigeons

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By Michelle Wilding in New Music on Monday 8 March 2010

Why am I so fond of The Knife’s latest track? Yes, the opera chanting opening takes me down memory lane: reminiscent of Edea’s theme song, reminding me of childhood Final Fantasy VIII playstation days. But ultimately this collaborative effort with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock is ambitiously rich in sparkling percussion and takes the listener on […]

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