Posts tagged "post-club"

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If you’re familiar with the work of multidisciplinary drag artist Salvia, you’ll know that her work is transfixed with the ‘post,’ that is: post-gender, post-trans, post-human. For Salvia, her body has been her most favourite canvas on which to enact her quiet disruptions, contorting and mutating her form into impossibly

London based artist Jesse Kanda is probably best known for his ties to the Deconstructed-club scene at the time of its emergence, where he was largely responsible for shaping the visual aesthetic of the micro-genre’s most prominent artists. Responsible for the grotesque, mutant creatures of Arca and FKA Twigs, and

Somewhere on the internet, thanks to an elusive bootlegger known only as partyrockersish, there exists a mashup of quasi-parody act LMFAO’s definitive Party Rock Anthem with UK underground stalwart Actress’s Maze. It shouldn’t make sense. But the fact that this pinnacle of lowbrow dance music should mesh so seamlessly with

On last year’s Agor, the much anticipated debut album from Lewis Roberts, AKA Koreless, the Welsh producer continued his pointillism-like approach to sound design and the qualities of the human voice. It was this approach that had turned him on to the radars of artists like FKA Twigs, with Lewis

The chemistry that Philadelphia’s Moor Mother and New Jersey’s DJ Haram have concocted together as 700 Bliss is alchemical. The two make for a near perfect creative partnership; feeding one another’s ambitions outside of their usual scope so that together, they create work that feels as playful as it is

From Bengali infused piano house to the melodrama of Italo disco heartbreak, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.    Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat. 100 Gecs – Doritos & Fritos  The second

Arca has announced the release of a limited vinyl box set for the KICK cycle. Titled KICK: The Complete Cycle, the 5xLP vinyl box set will include all five KICK albums, and features exclusive new artwork for KiCk i. The set will be released on May 20 via XL Recordings.

In 2005, grime pioneer Wiley explained his music to Spin magazine. “Everyone’s so angry at the world and each other. And they don’t know why.” Rage is at the core of grime. Born in the early 2000s post DnB and UKG, grime is the pulverising, aggressive love child of jungle,

2021 has been a year for dance and electronica quite like no other. Coming out the other end of a pandemic where isolation became the new normal and online party Club Quarantine became the new Berghain, the future of a form inherently rooted in human connection and our instinct to

Last week, Arca did the unthinkable. The Venezuelan avant-pop producer released four entire albums consecutively, with little to no warning in between, in the span of a week on XL Recordings. The albums, Kick ii, iii, iiii had been teased in various capacities over the past month, all announced for

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