Oren Ambarchi | Hubris

Published on October 18th, 2016 | by John J Nicol

Oren Ambarchi's stupendous album "Hubris" could be album of the year, distilling the best elements of the experimental tradition into 40 minutes of pure exhilaration... Read More


Review: DEAD | “Untitle”

Published on October 6th, 2016 | by The Beige Baron

This is the DEAD record many fans have been longing for them to make: all the good bits plus extra weirdness from BJ Morriszonkle... Read More


Interview | Oren Ambarchi

Published on October 3rd, 2016 | by The Beige Baron

Oren Ambarchi talks about the early days with Phlegm, approaches to solo and collaborative composition, and learning how to listen... Read More


Review: Tim Presley | The Wink

Published on September 12th, 2016 | by John J Nicol

Tim Presley's [White Fence / Darker My Love / W-X] "The Wink" is a masterclass in minimal arrangement yielding maximum results, writes John Nicol... Read More


Interview | Black Cab

Published on September 9th, 2016 | by Joshua Gliddon

Joshua Gliddon talks to Andrew Coates from Melbourne's Black Cab and finds that despite 10 years of sonic evolution, the band is firmly attached to its roots... Read More


João Bispo | Todo este Tempo

Published on August 25th, 2016 | by The Beige Baron

Portuguese multi-instrumentalist João Bispo's "Todo este Tempo" offers an evocative and compelling blend of folk intimacy and post-punk chill, write The Beige Baron... Read More


Interview | Ina Maka

Published on August 23rd, 2016 | by The Beige Baron

The combination of Hawkwind-style space rock, Funkadelic, and smooth urban rhymes might sound unlikely, but it works amazingly well on Ina Maka's debut EP. Drummer and producer Frank Attard tells us why... Read More


Review: Datach’i | “System”

Published on August 15th, 2016 | by John J Nicol

Recorded on modular analog synth, Datach'i's "System" bridges the gap between pre-digital experimentalism and the listenability of mid-period Aphex Twin... Read More


Live Review: Krallice | Vampillia

Published on August 10th, 2016 | by The Beige Baron

Two epic 90-minute sets in Osaka from progressive music legends Krallice and Vampillia win new fans and further cement Vampillia as the Japanese band to watch in ... Read More

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