Post Tagged with: "Hyperdub Records"

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

With the year in music drawing to a close, we look back on our 20 Favorite Albums of 2017. While it might be easier to compare apples to apples, this genre-spanning collection compares apples to oranges. We find it a more “fruitful” approach when boundaries are broken down and exceptional, but quite different artists, such as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and […]

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Watch Laurel Halo's "Jelly" Video.

Watch Laurel Halo’s “Jelly” Video

Laurel Halo will release her third LP Dust on June 23rd via Hyperdub Records and “Jelly” is our first listen in on the upcoming work. The track features vocals by Klein and Lafawndah, as well as Halo’s unique take on techno and dance music. If the musician/producer’s strategy has been to take those genres apart across her past efforts, it […]

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Watch Jessy Lanza’s “Oh No” Video

Watch Jessy Lanza’s “Oh No” Video

Watch Jessy Lanza’s “Oh No” Video Jessy Lanza‘s Oh No LP came out this past May on Hyperdub Records and now we have this new video for the album’s title track. Directed by Winston Case, these colorful visuals follow Lanza on a night bike ride around town. Its no ordinary bike, though–just as Lanza’s no ordinary artist–and so its only […]

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Jessy Lanza Live @ The Neptune Theater 3/11/16 (Photo By: Mike Walker)

Photos: Jessy Lanza Live @ The Neptune Theater In Seattle

Jessy Lanza is currently touring with the Junior Boys, and last night the Hamilton, ON-based singer/producer opened for the duo at The Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA. Lanza is getting set to follow-up her infectious 2013 LP Pull My Hair Back with a brand new long-player called Oh No–due out May 13th via the UK label Hyperdub Records. Filling out […]

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Listen: Fatima Al Qadiri “Power”

Listen: Fatima Al Qadiri “Power”

Fatima Al Qadiri‘s Brute LP is due out March 4th, and it will be the artist’s second release for Hyperdub Records. Speaking with Mixmag‘s Deforrest Brown this week, Al Qadiri explained the title of her new record this way: “Brute is a kind of counterpoint to the word thug, and how people over the last two years have been speaking […]

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