Posts tagged "dub"

Anthony Naples – Unknow

Anthony Naples is one of those instinctual producers who seems to master any style that might appeal to his creativity. In 2021, he released an album of shoegaze inspired ambient and then another of club ready bass and techno just months apart. Last year saw him join forces with DJ

In 1986, Prince recorded an album as a woman. Camille, as she and the project were both christened, saw Prince pitching his voice up and assuming a more androgynous appearance to transform into the titular persona. It was condemned by his label, and for all accounts lost to the archives

The formation of Pig&Dan is a story almost as iconic as the duo themselves. That they should cross paths again by way of a mutual friend, two years after meeting on a flight, is truly fate. That they should happen to have alchemical musical synergy, well that’s magic. Together, they’ve

It’s possible that Michael Alden Hadreas, better known as Perfume Genius, may well be one of the most underrated voices in baroque and art-pop. It’s also possible that this is exactly the way he intended it to be. Since first breaking onto the scene in 2010 with soft, confessional piano

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: Ninja Tune The thing about Kevin Martin is that he’s as much an extremist as he is a producer. Over the years, his various projects from the post-reggae group King Midas Touch to the dark and dubby Techno Animal have always pushed things extremely far. This doesn’t always mean

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

Image: Diskotopia San Francisco’s Doc Sleep and Berlin based DJ Glenn Astro have a history of collaboration. The two have developed a sort of creative repartee that has seen them release original work and remixes that speak towards how they inspire each other. Beats Unlimited, both the moniker and eponymous

Image: Fabric The concept of the recorded DJ mix has never been more relevant than in our current moment. In the absence of nightclubs and music venues, DJs turned to recorded content to keep the party going. The lack of a live audience removed the necessity to play music that

Maribou State has announced their Kingdoms In Colour Remixed album and released the dub-infused version of ‘Feel Good’ courtesy of Khruangbin. This release follows the success of their 2018 album Kingdoms In Colour which has been streamed over 40 million times to date, earning them a #25 spot on the

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