Posts tagged "Collaboration"(Page 2)

Interview: 5 minutes with Jeff Mills

Image: Axis Records With his tree-like frame and strangely ethereal eyes floating atop the angles of his face, there is no mistaking the icon that is Jeff Mills. His name alone is synonymous with cultural significance, artistic and technical mastery and Black excellence. Over the course of his epic, near

UK-based Jet-G is the combined force of electronic producers Jolliffe (on synth, programming and production), ECKOES (on vocals and production), GENTRY (on Piano, synth and programming) as well as Tony Terror (on synth, programming and production). They have just released their latest single ‘Give Me Air’ which came to fruition

Image: LEITER When Nils Frahm and F.S Blumm dropped Dessert Mule, the first single off their fourth collaborative album 2X1=4, out now on LEITER, it became apparent that this record would be distinct from the work that preceded it. Immediately apparent was the shift in genre, with the duo exploring

Image: Björn Holzweg Nairobi born and Kampala based producer Freddy Njau, aka Slikback, has slowly been infecting club music with his abrasive and entirely future focussed sound over the course of the last few years. His burgeoning influence rides the crest of the wave of interest in the electronic music

Image: Sam Rolfes “The Chromatica remix album is so f*cking fuego music is life.” With a single tweet in early August, Lady Gaga sent pop music into overdrive. Until that point, the long-rumoured remix album had been the stuff of legend and sketchy insider information, promising a resurgence of Gaga’s

Image courtesy artist Following their previous singles Kilo and Medicine, prolific producer Pablo Nouvelle and multi-instrumentalist Kinnship continue their enchanting collaborative project with the release of The Wholesomeness Of Waiting, the third single from their forthcoming album Stones & Geysers.  Further proving themselves as a formidable creative force, The Wholesomeness

Image courtesy Hyperdub The sound of South Africa’s dance music underground is having a moment like never before. The township born forms of Gqom and Amapiano have infiltrated the landscape of European electronic music, with more and more producers turning to the rhythmic patterns and lurking, grime adjacent bass thumps

Image by Charlotte Duale The Moritz von Oswald Trio has always been a bit of a revolving door of collaborators, held in place by the common denominator of von Oswald himself. Subsequently, the music from the German record producer and composer’s group has always changed shape somehow, presenting a myriad

When electronic music composer Nicolás Jaar and jazz multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington unleashed their collaborative project Darkside onto the world in 2013, they changed the game. It was the sort of musical meeting of minds that felt entirely serendipitous and to this effect, a bit precious. The fuzzy psych rock of

Image courtesy 3D Agency If anything the pandemic has come to affirm, it is that we are inherently social creatures. The global lockdown and periods of self-isolation brought with it the need for us to adapt our methods of socialisation and communication. Technology became more essential than ever, and in

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