Playing a little catch up (and mustard) today…Excited to hear !!!‘s new LP Shake The Shudder is due out May 19th via Warp Records. This week the band released a new video for the album’s title track “The One 2“. Directed by Will Galperin, it features the dancers Natsuki Miya and Ai Shimatsu performing an athletic and eye catching routine. […]Read more ›
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Watch Oneohtrix Point Never’s “Sticky Drama (Four Tet Extended Version)” Video Oneohtrix Point Never‘s “Sticky Drama (Four Tet Extended Version)” originally aired as a live audio-visual broadcast via the Boiler Room this past February. The idea for the piece was conceived by OPN’s Daniel Lopatin and it was produced in conjunction with the Boiler Room, the Barbican, and Warp Records. […]Read more ›
The UK electronic producer patten has added his visual collaborator Jane Eastlight into the musical fold to make the project a duo. First performing back in 2014 at Warp25 in Krakow, Poland, before beginning a short run of shows exploring their deconstructed club music with a stark and intense visual show, the pair has now announced they will release their […]Read more ›
Aphex Twin will release his Cheetah EP on July 8th via Warp Records and today we check out his new video for the track “CIRKLON3 [ Колхозная mix ]“. This is Richard D. James‘ first visual offering in 17 years, and his work with director Chris Cunningham on videos like “Window Licker” and “Come to Daddy” have become legendary. Now, […]Read more ›
I think I know how that young woman feels in Plaid‘s new video for “Do Matter“. Haven’t told too many people this for fear of being looked at all cross-eyed, but one night, walking home from dinner in Seattle, my buddy and I looked up in the sky over the city to see a series of strange flying objects. I […]Read more ›
Brian Eno will release The Ship on April 29th via Warp Records, his first solo LP since 2012’s Grammy nominated album LUX. The record will close with a rousing rendition of The Velvet Underground classic “I’m Set Free“. In the context of the gravity of The Ship, Lou Reed’s wry lyrics offer the perfect parting salvo for Eno’s intriguing new […]Read more ›
Brian Eno will release The Ship on April 29th via Warp Records, his first solo LP since 2012’s Grammy-nominated offering LUX. Today we listen to the album’s cinematic, 21-minute opener and title track. Eno explains that it began as an “ambient work intended for a multi-channel sound installation in Stockholm”, but that it became something different when the musician realized […]Read more ›