Tag: electronic music

ALBUM: Blanck Mass – ‘Animated Violence Mild’

A seamlessly orchestrated dose of electronic aural energy designed to tear down grief, consumerism and denial: Sacred Bones signee Blanck Mass is set to share his fourth album Animated Violence Mild on 16th August. The solo project of Scotland-based musician Benjamin John Power (Fuck Buttons),…

TAYNE to support HEALTH at Oval Space on March 28th

Irish experimental/noise rock outfit TAYNE are pleased to announce they’ll be opening for LA band HEALTH at London’s Oval Space on March 28th. Bliss Signal will also be supporting. HEALTH are currently on their “Endless Endings Tour” in support of their brand new…

LIVE: Gum Takes Tooth – Electrowerkz, London 25.01.19

Amidst the smoke and flickering coloured lights of London’s Electrowerkz, Gum Takes Tooth performed a mesmerising set for their album launch on Friday night. Booked by Baba Yaga’s Hut and supported by Nik Void, the duo celebrated the release of…

PREMIERE: TAYNE – ‘Alive’

Vital, abrasive, and urgent: ‘Alive’ is the second single from London-based experimental outfit TAYNE. With a sound as distracting as the shade of pink it’s creator Matthew Sutton paints his lips with for their live shows – the new track…

ALBUM: Henry Green – ‘Shift’

Henry Green‘s singles in the lead up to Shift‘s release have been the aural equivalent of clean, measured, soothing breaths of pure oxygen. Now, with the release of his debut via Akira Records, his intuition and skill as an emerging…

LIVE: The Soft Moon – The Dome, London 16.02.18

Opening his set with the title track from his recent album Criminal, The Soft Moon – aka Luis Vasquez – gave a seamless, captivating performance at Tufnell Park Dome on Friday night.  Entering the stage in a haze of smoke…

ALBUM: Swivelman – ‘369’

369 is the debut full-length album from Essex-based duo Swivelman. Carved from the mind of bassist/vocalist Duf M and drummer Ben Woolf; this warped creation is “an exploration into the darker tones of music and life, acknowledging our inherent creationism,…