Leonardo Barbadoro Musica Automata

Review: Leonardo Barbadoro Unveils World’s Largest Robot Orchestra on new LP ‘Musica Automata’

Leonardo Barbadoro, formerly known by his electronic alias Koolmorf Widesen, is an Italian musician and producer based in Florence. The versatile composer released his highly anticipated album ‘Musica Automata’, comprised of music performed entirely by robots, released via Helical Records. As Koolmorf Widesen, he has performed alongside the likes of

Daringly diverse, and full of folk-driven melodies, Niilas’ fifth LP, ‘River of Noise’ was released on 3 November, to immediate acclaim. Already exciting ears around the world, its first two singles received extensive support from Stereogum and VICE. The new album’s varied tracks also gained significant airplay from both NPR

  Electronic synthwave producer Das Mörtal returns with a new album, BURY THE SORROW, released on the 13th of October via Lisbon Lux Records. Now part of the world’s leading Synthwave producers, the enigmatic artist is forging his own sound and aesthetic. His music has been praised by heavyweight industry

  Irish Indie rock-n-rollers The Burma return with a stunning full length album titled Crazy Dreams & Cruel Realities released on the 6th of October 2023. Having received support from The Rolling Stone India, CLASH Magazine, NOTION Magazine, Hot Press, Atwood Magazine, and Medium.com/Pop Off, the 3 piece band has

Enigmatic and versatile Canadian producer and arranger Hologramme returns to grace us with a new album titled, SOLEDAD opus 32 no.1, released on the 29th of September 2023 via his own imprint Société Holographique de Montréal. Having garnered over 5.2 million streams across all platforms, Hologramme has also appeared at

British chillout act Kinobe recently released their brand-new full-length album, ‘Over The Horizon’, on the 4th of August via the SGKL imprint. Originally from West London, the band came together in 1998 and currently consists of Julius Waters and Chuck Norman. Their sound could best be described as an enigmatic

  We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     Jessie Ware, Roísín Murphy – Freak Me Now  Rejoice! The collaboration we have always dreamed of is here. Two of the disco revival’s most revered queens, Jessie Ware and Roísín

While most of Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy’s recent singles from upcoming album Hit Parade have found themselves invested in breezy, big band disco-funk, You Knew positions itself firmly in electronica. Helmed by Hit Parade’s executive producer and Murphy’s frequent collaborator DJ Koze, You Knew makes use of Koze’s instinct for

American electronic music duo Odesza have found themselves mostly on the darker side of chillwave and downtempo, best known for their sweeping, cinematic pieces of minimal tech that are as propulsive as they are introspective. Sonically opposite is Emile van Dango, AKA Yellow House, the Cape Town indie folk artist

  In 2018, fabric concluded its iconic FABRICLIVE mix series with its 100th edition, helmed by Kode9 and Burial. Bringing together two of the UK’s most prominent and uncompromising dance music avant gardists was a stunning hattrick of a finale, one that fabric looks to reconjure with their latest fabric

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