Ryuichi Sakamoto & Alva Noto have announced a recorded version of ‘TWO’, the collaborative live show the duo performed at various venues, including Berlin’s Funkhaus and London’s Barbican Centre, throughout 2018. TWO captures their performance at the Sydney Opera House, which features a mixture of live improvisation and renditions of pieces taken from their […]

Two is here


The Store X The Vinyl Factory will present a new exhibition by United Visual Artists called Other Spaces at 180 The Strand this autumn, in collaboration with the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris. Other Spaces features three large-scale installations by the multi-disciplinary collective UVA – Our Time, The Great Animal Orchestra and Vanishing Point. Vanishing Point is an […]

Other Spaces – immersive experiences feat. Massive Attack and James ...


Few has the back catalogue of Richie Hawtin and even fewer keep pushing the boundaries like he do, perhaps with the exception of Björk and Prydz (as we have reported on earlier). Now it is time for an audiovisual treat that manifest his progressive thinking. Richie Hawtin announces the next […]

An audiovisual treat from Richie Hawtin



After putting a lot of effort into strengthening its hardware portfolio with the launches of the MC-707 and MC-101 grooveboxes, new Fantom workstation keyboards, Jupiter-X synthand JU-06A synth, Roland is now stepping back into the software realm with the launch of Zenbeats, a cross-platform production app that promises to “make music creation easy” Zenbeats […]

Roland goes soft with Zenbeats


The sovereign queen of techno is at it again. Apart from touring every corner of our planet she’s also a frequent producer in the studio. Post her latest album there is now a video out taken from that source Alientronic. So our favorite Berlin-based DJ, producer and label-owner Ellen Allien […]

“Free society” by our fav techno alien


For the past few years filed recordings has been the name of the game, but to be honest this is merely the tip of an iceberg. Apart from field recording we also have those Buchla wizards who deliver astonishing sound creations. However, what we are up for today is going […]

The Art of Noise – Sound recording



Reason Studios, formerly Propellerheads, are teasing the new version of their flagship product. The speculations online has been ongoing on for quite a while on what the team in Stockholm should come up with next. And as always the reactions on the new release divides the market into two camps: […]

Are you up for Reason 11?


Eric Prydz has been featured here a couple of times, but there’s no question that Eric is as ambitious as he’s productive. Perhaps he’s appearance at Tomorrowland tops it all. With EPIC 6.0: Holosphere he certainly put the bar high in pursuit of the ultimate dance party. Using technology as […]

The creation of an epic holosphere


There is a new 20-minute documentary out called Black to Techno and to be frank it is a stunning snapshot of the Detroit techno scene that reclaims the black origins of the genre’s innovative spirit and soul. Featuring a combination of vintage film and original footage, director Jenn Nkiru‘s film explores the roles […]

New impressive documentary – Black to Techno



We’ve been reporting on the evolution of AI in music production before, both Google and Facebook have done a lot in this field, now the time has come for Sony to enter the arena. Sony is the latest company to dip its toes into AI-powered music. The company revealed this week that […]

Sony’s devious plan to replace the drummer


808 State has announced their first album in nearly two decades, Transmission Suite. At 15 tracks, it will be released on October 11. Drawing on the rich history of Manchester’s electronic music scene, as well as certain members of the city’s new guard, the album is described as an immersion in “their […]

After 17 years – 808 State is back in business


Ableton has announced the release of CV Tools, a collection of devices that allow you to control and interact with your modular gear with Live 10 Suite. At long last, Ableton has released their highly sought after CV Tools update, allowing users to directly control their hardware from inside the DAW. […]

Moog and Ableton – the perfect match



Nina Kraviz has announced a new EP that will come out towards the end of the month. The three track EP, stranno stranno. Neobjatno will be released on Kraviz’s label трип. In addition to the EP, she has shared the music video for EP track “I Want You.” The three track projects features […]

New video and EP from Nina Kraviz


It’s summertime and time to party and we are fairly sure that this gem will throw off any mixtape. Italian born DJ Deborah De Luca has pulled off a stunt that clearly delivers. No one has probably missed the Billie Eilish frenzy that kicked started 2019. Billie’s new album has […]

Deborah De Luca goes Bad Guy


Pryda aka Eric Prydz (or Cirez D for that matter) is out and about delivering pumping beats by the hour. The influences tend to come from a variety of sources, but always with a nice twist of his own. The driving beats and the delicate synth “loops” that flavored his […]

The Pryda retrospect



If experimentalism had a name in music Miles Davis would certainly be a candidate. The level of innovation in his life’s work is immense and now there is actually a new treat out there for you. Last summer we made a trip to Rome and of course did some decent […]

A hidden gem from Miles Davis


Today we will make a roundup on cool new gear that will trigger your creativity in electronic music production. So please treat this as a micro guide to some of the more intriguing things that has been released during 2019. Starting off with this little beast. KORG VOLCA MODULAR Bob […]

Gear that will trigger your creativity


The next Outlands tour, which starts Thursday 13 June, will feature Fracture Patterns, the live collaboration between UK duo Semiconductor (made up of Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt) and New York producer Eartheater (alias of Alexandra Drewchin). Semiconductor makes visually and intellectually engaging artworks which explore the material nature of […]

Fracture Patterns



London’s Barbican recently launched an exhibition called AI: More Than Human, which showcases the latest developments in creative and scientific applications of AI. One of the installations you may come across is an AI platform called Mimic, which lets you create and remix sounds using AI software. At the installation, Massive […]

Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja goes AI


Curious about the title of this post well it is the name of a new live album from electronic pioneers New order. New Order’s 2017 set at Manchester International Festival is captured on a new live album from the band. Division made their television debut on Tony Wilson’s “So It […]

∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif)


Tired of searching for new tracks and loops, but still want explore new sounds? Well why not let an AI do the job for you. A new site streams Techno And Deep House generated on-the-fly by a computer, for what it is worth we may add. Petr Serkin’s new Eternal Flow […]

So you want infinite techno?



As we have started to get accustomed to, this year’s Intonal festival had a plethora of interesting artists lined up. Over four days the city of Malmoe becomes a hubspot for an all you can eat experimental and electronic music festival. At the center we have Inkonst, the organizer of […]

Intonal – On the edge featuring AUX 88 & Jasss


Came as little surprise that Depeche Mode’s master mind Martin Gore would join a long line of artists receiving the Moog innovation award at Moogfest. Yesterday, it was announced that Martin L. Gore, a founding member of legendary band Depeche Mode will be the 2019 recipient of the Moog Innovation […]

Martin Gore to receive this year’s Moogfest Innovation Award


Inkonst in the south of Sweden remains the undisputed source to go to if you are a fan of experimental arts and contemporary electronic music. Based in Malmoe its international prominence has continued to grow with its yearly electronic arts festival Intonal where renowned artists play side by side with […]

Quadraphonic waves – Interview with Suzanne Ciani