Pharmakon has an unrelentingly brutal new track called “No Natural Order“, off her upcoming LP Contact due out March 31st via Sacred Bones. Margaret Chardiet really scrapes up unspeakable crimes from the floor of hell on this one. The vocalist has a knack for reaching down into the darkest recesses of her psyche while performing and this sounds nothing short […]Read more ›
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Take a listen to the first installment from Live Eye Tv’s Mix Series, featuring tracks from Derivatives, Prostitutes, Bary Center, Boy Harsher, and more! With all the great music coming our way from around the world, we decided to hand some of our favorite tracks over to our very own DJ Alter, to see what he would come up with. […]Read more ›
This month Red Bull Music Academy has launched Shattered Streams, an experimental digital series/site that deconstructs modern listening habits. RBMA has this to say about the project: “Inspired equally by the fleeting ecstasy of William Basinskis’ The Disintegration Loops and the modern emphasis on streaming-centric platforms conforming to listeners usage and fidelity needs, Shattered Streams presents degradation of both audio […]Read more ›
Paris-based label Tsuku Boshi is an excellent source for left-of-field electronic music that is difficult to classify, and today we take a listen to Diablo, their intriguing new LP release from the Japanese producer Dagshenma. Looks like 2016 has been a busy year for the musician, as he already has three releases available on Bandcamp since January. Diablo tumbles down […]Read more ›
Percussionist and electronic producer Jake Meginsky has a very intriguing new release called Seven Psychotropic Sinewave Palindromes out this month on NNA Tapes. The Massachusetts-based musician also releases music under the name Vapor Gourds, as well as collaborating with John Truscinski in the group Slaughterhouse Percussion, and with guitarist Bill Nace in F/I/P. As the title of Meginsky’s new release […]Read more ›
Black Tears distill a particularly aphotic strain of mutant techno on the title track to their debut 2xLP, The Long Decline. The Italian duo is a collaboration between Francesco Baudazzi (Violet Poison, Bakunin Commando, Diana Berti) and Giorgio Gigli (Zooloft). Describing the material on the new record as “neoromantic nihilism”, the pair combine a noisy industrial palette with scraping proto-rhythms. […]Read more ›
1. Oneohtrix Point Never Garden of Delete (Warp) 2015 saw a handful of important electronic artists pushing up against the rigors of the form’s more beat-centric realms to attain something increasingly amorphous in structure. Oneohtrix Point Never‘s Garden of Delete was the most fully realized in this new batch of cutting edge sonic exploration, and it came complete with a […]Read more ›