The Field has shared a stream of his fifth long-player for Kompakt, The Follower is out this Friday (1st April 2016). One of the best electronic artists to appear in the last decade, this album on first listen sounds closer to his ‘From Here We Go Sublime’ debut from 2007. Have a listen yourself below.
47 years after their last gig together, The 13th Floor Elevators played together again in Austin this week to celebrate 50 years since their formation.
One of the most exciting new releases this year is from Lakker. Their debut album ‘Tundra’ will can only be described as electronic music that is both chaotic and epic.
Thousands of forty somethings will be breathing a sigh of relief that Ride are expanding their current tour dates adding a host of US dates for later in the year, thus giving us hope the band are again a full-time prospect.
Following his recent album, John Tejada has released a new EP. Dramamine contains four tracks on the vinyl or standard download but if you buy it direct from Bandcamp you get a whopping eight tracks.
In March Ultimate Painting popped into KEXP whilst on their US tour with White Fence to record a session.
Ricardo Tobar has been wowing us with his electronic music since he remixed the Japancakes single on Sonic Cathedral back in 2008. Along with Daniel Avery he is taking electronic music to new places.
After a few years away, Health are back with a new album in August called ‘Death Magic’. The album is preceded by a new track called ‘New Coke’ which the band are giving away to subscribers to their mailing list. You can watch the video below. The band are also playing Austin Psych Fest in […]
25 years after their last release, Loop are back with their first new recordings since reforming in 2013. Array 1 is a 4 track EP and available in June via ATP and you can listen to the lead track ‘Precession’ below. The full tracklisting is: Precession Aphelion Coma Radial Pre-order the EP via the ATP […]
After what seems like a very lengthy absence, The Chemical Brothers are back with a new album ‘Born In The Echoes’ in July.
The Sunday line-up is starting to look good at this years Field Day festival, added to the bill below headliners Ride are Savages, Hookworms, Allah-Las and Viet Cong. The Saturday also boasts some treats but lets face it, if you’re reading this site you’re probably to old or miserable to stand all the hipsters for […]
Following his excellent 2013 debut ‘Drone Logic,’ Daniel Avery has released a series of ace white label remixes on Erol Alkan’s Phantasy label. Well it seems he may be looking to draw a close to those mixes off the album by releasing them as a double cd/download compilation. New Energy [Collected Remixes] is released on […]
One of the most exciting new bands to emerge in the last year are Bristol’s Spectres, fans of A Place To Bury Strangers and Sonic Youth will love their noisy assault on the senses. Next month they release their debut long-player ‘Dying’ via our favourite record label Sonic Cathedral. The album has also been mastered […]
Anyone of a certain age will remember Thousand Yard Stare, they were everywhere from mid 1991 to 1992 then sadly disappeared after being treated cruelly by the British press. Well it seems they are latest in the line of bands getting back together with a one-off gig at The Borderline in June. Neither baggy nor […]
Is it really 20 years since Mogwai sort of kick started the shoegazing/post-rock revival? I still remember reading about them in the NME (remember the ‘On’ page?) during the height of Oasismania and thinking how refreshing they sounded against the backdrop of Britpop. Anyway, to celebrate they have announced four dates in June. Two nights […]