It’s always a worry when I arrive for reviewing day and am presented with a potential Album of the Week without having heard it. The Focus Group’s previous effort was the collaboration with…view full details.
Fans of minimal electronics will be wetting themselves about this one. Andreas Tillander has collected together a load of classic Roland gear for a selection of tracks whose titles are simply a list of the equipment being used, such as &…view full details.
Here, finally, is the debut full-length from the acclaimed duo Public Service Broadcasting, who build accessible post-rocky pop instrumentals around archival samples from wartime …view full details.
These two artists have created this single to coincide with a European tour, Jessica Bailiff has reworked her old song ‘Lakeside Blues’ with a gothic synth sound akin to …view full details.
What a bargain! For a mere ten of your earth pounds you can purchase this captivating and educational 3CD collection highlighting the work of experimental early electronic composers including Cage,…view full details.
First Jim Lowe, The Cramps then Shakin' Stevens and now Laurel Halo is having a thing with the green door. I think it's probably safe to say that gigging with…view full details.
The ever-prolific Sic Alps are back once again this week, this time spreading three tracks over a 12” for Drag City. They’ve got Chris Woodhouse reco…view full details.
Cold Cave are back! I’ve always had a soft spot for this lot and their relentlessly chilly synthpop stylings. The press release says it’s for fans of American Nightmare and New Order. I…view full details.
Noise-skronk fans will be delighted (and ‘80s pop fans dismayed) to learn that this new LP from Corsano and Orcutt is in fact completely unrelated to the Fin…view full details.
Here’s something for you Kosmische/synth/kraut fans out there and we know there are a lot of you - mainly men but if any ladies dig this scene then let us know you exist. I was at a recent Barn Ow…view full details.
Mikal Cronin’s self-titled solo debut was one of those albums that took a while to creep up on me. What was initially just another innocuous indie-pop record has turned into a much-loved favouri…view full details.
Over the course of his last few excellent LPs West Midlands resident Steven Wilkinson has pretty much come up with his own signature sound, one can now utter that something sounds Bibio-esque such are h…view full details.
Debut release on 1800 Dinosaur, a label headed up by Blake himself and the bloke that runs R&S so expect some good things. ‘Voyeur (Dub) is an elongated alternate version of one of the …view full details.