Jeff Mills and Jean-Phi Dary have linked up to form electronic jazz project The Paradox. It was formed following the duo coming together to perform with legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen. They will release their debut album ‘Counter Active’ via Mills’ Axis Records on January 29 next year. It comprises tracks recorded in real-time, that “reflect […]

Jeff Mills goes jazz


Hardly anyone could have missed out on the importance of new romantics during the 80’s and now we have a full book to indulge in and get nostalgic about the era that defined not just the music scene but also the looks. For us at Stereoklang acts like Japan, Duran […]

Sweet Dreams – The Story of the New Romantics


Major updates include comping, MPE support, a heavy emphasis on randomization, and new tools Ableton has announced the next evolution of its Live software, Live 11. This comes as a bit unexpected because of the gap between previous versions and the rather short one between 10 and 11. In any […]

Ableton Live 11 is here



Named after electronic music pioneer and Radiophonic Workshop founder Daphne Oram, the Oram Awards celebrate the role of women in the world of music and sound, and the six winners for 2020 have just been announced. Daphne worked at the workshop with others including Delia Derbyshire, Glynis Jones, Jenyth Worsley, Maddalena Fagandini and Elizabeth Parker, […]

Time for the 2020 Oram Awards


Exciting new for all The Knife fans out there. The band is hosting an online streaming event this Friday (October 30) as they continue to mark their 20th anniversary as a duo. Kicking off at 7.30pm GMT, they’ll stream classic The Knife videos and follow those at 8pm GMT with […]

The Knife plan a 20th anniversary stream event


So the mystical posters across various places has now finally been revealed and although everything looks cool one need to understand that this very much is actually functionally identical to running AFX Mode on a Bass Station II, in other words no new firmware updates. At the end of this […]

So, the Aphex Twin-monosynth is finally here



Time to dig a little deeper into some newly released audiovisual treats. Breaking the boundaries between contemporary art and electronic music these contributions may guide us to the evolution of music. First off is Tellurian Visions – an audiovisual accompaniment to Untold and Untold: A Tellurian Memorandum, the new album and poetry collection […]

Audiovisual experimentation and more


Richie Hawtin has adopted his Plastikman alias to compose an original soundtrack for Prada’s Spring / Summer 2021 Womenswear Show. The 12-minute track is titled ‘Sin Thetik’, and also arrives alongside a 20-minute ambient version. Richie Hawtin, under his Plastikman alias, has composed the original runway soundtrack for today’s PRADA Spring / Summer […]

Plastikman goes fashion with Prada


One may always debate whether a new book is needed on the subject, but it has apparently not refrained the authors for providing this new read. The book titled Synthesizer Evolution: From Analogue to Digital (and Back) celebrates the evolution of the electronic instrument and its impact on music culture. From acid […]

The evolution of synthesizers 1963-1995



Arturia has introduced the PolyBrute, a 6-voice analog synthesizer with (as they claim) unprecedented expressivity and sound morphing capabilities. Arturia seems to be determined to use every possible variation to its Brute line up. At some point one could imagine the MatrixBrute to be their crescendo, but the company appears to […]

Arturia adds new brute to its lineup – PolyBrute


Well no one would disagree that Kraftwerk has been ahead of their time, but that they are also forerunners in conquering the Universe with their electronic rhythms is perhaps a little less known. On the other hand it is not entirely at their own initiative. Netflix has released a 16-minute documentary […]

Kraftwerk in space


Times are starting off nicely in September. Chaos may not suit all but if you are on the hunt for a monosynth featuring chaotic schematics you’re in the right place today. The chaotic monosynth offers something truly new, using a brand-new oscillator technique to create previously unheard sounds from biting […]

Free Buchla-inspired chaos synth from Eventide



Time again to have a look at new electronic music that’s pumping through the ether. This time we will focus on three new tracks blending bouncing and hectic beats to space noise. Electronic composer and sound artist SØS Gunver Ryberg has teamed up with Cadie Desbiens-Desmeulesm, aka Push 1 stop, for a head-spinning […]

New music Thursday feat SØS, Loizou & Teste


This got to be one of the coolest things coming your way in the DJ space. Virtual DJ has just announced their latest edition of Virtual DJ and it comes with real-time stem separation. So incase your playing and want to get rid of the vocals ina track – Virtual […]

Virtual DJ 2021 – Now with real-time stem separation


Here at Stereoklang we’ve had the Roland TR-8S since day one of its release and so far it has become the goto-product when it comes to beat generation. And for those lucky enough to have one Roland, in sweet timing relative to the official 808-day, released a new firmware update. […]

Has Roland’s TR-8S now become the best drum machine ever?



It’s still summer but that doesn’t stop us from presenting some recently released experimental tracks that pushes the boundaries in electronic music. In this wrap up we have contributions from Pinkcourtseyphone, Drew McDowall, Robin Rimbaud/Ursula Berlot and Katie Gately, plus a bonus synth from v::tol. Robin Rimbaud (Scanner) enlisted the […]

Fresh additions to the world of electronic music


John Foxx And The Maths return with a new line-up on their 5th studio album, Howl which will be released on 15 May 2020. The ever so productive Mr. Foxx is out with a new album dubbed Howl. We kind of have lost count on all the albums this man […]

John Foxx And The Maths are at it again


AMELIE LENS ANNOUNCES ‘HIGHER’, A NEW EP ON HER LENSKE IMPRINT It’ll be her first release of this year. To herald the news, she debuted the EP’s eponymous track, a euphoric club track featuring Lens’ vocals that pierce through the layers of drums and sharp synths. The EP is classic […]

New EP from Amelie Lens



TEGEL released their highly acclaimed debut in late 2017 and now Scandinavia’s connoisseurs of minimal techno and experimental sound are back with a new album dubbed Desolation in forlorn districts. The new album – Desolation in forlorn districts – blends influences from Ellen Allien, Plastikman, Nina Kraviz and many more to provide […]

New release from TEGEL – Techno & Noise join forces ...


Despite corona and the quarantine many of us are still coping with, some artists are more productive then ever – and one of the them is Ryuichi Sakamoto. During the covid-19 pandemic a series of collaborations has seen the light of day on Sakamoto’s Youtube channel and the latest one […]

Sakamoto keeps himself busy – this time with Laurie Anderson ...


The Cubasis 3 mobile DAW is now available on Android, meaning the platform’s selection of digital audio workstations is starting to catch up a bit with iOS. The app brings a multitude of audio recording and editing tools to the fingertips of Android and iOS users alike, including the ability to combine […]

Android’s catching up on iOS – Cubasis 3 on mobile



Black to Techno excavates and explores the unique and total nature of the circumstances that birthed the movement: touching on everything from Detroit’s heritage as the home of Fordist automation and the rhythm of the production line, to the influence of the Motown artists, and the city’s groundbreaking icon, Aretha Franklin. […]

Gucci & Black to Techno


Just as the rest of the world Stereoklang are horrified by the brutality and acts of racism that is taken place. We are in 100 % solidarity with protestors fighting across the globe for justice for the murder of George Floyd and protesting against continued systemic racism and police brutality, […]

Terrace Martin gathers against police brutality with ‘Pig Feet’


The album brings together 2 hours of new music. Creating is resisting, that’s why InFiné announced a 34-track compilation that shows the feelings of 34 artists during confinement due to the pandemic related to the COVID-19 virus. InFiné has released a new 34-track compilation titled Music Activists 2020 with music by the likes of Ital Tek, Bottler, Carl Craig, Stimming, Rone and others. […]

Carl Craig on new 34-track compilation + some select May ...