8Bit or Chiptune music – you either love it or hate it, but if you’re on this page our guess is that you adore those sharp Super Mario sounds that paved the way for so many underground music genres over the years. Back in 2006 a really amazing documentary over this era in music appeared […]
As Europe hopefully is about to open up many of us are eager to get going with life. And the new exhibition at The Strand will be something to really look forward to. The innovative Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda is bringing London a brand new installation, and it’s going to be just as immersive and […]
Khyam Allami’s »Apotome« was unveiled during CTM 2021. This web-based software environment was developed in collaboration with creative studio Counterpoint. Apotome was created as a tool to help counter the cultural asymmetry embedded in modern music-making tools, which share a bias inherited from Western music theory and culture. With this technological experiment in progress, the […]
It do happens every now and then, but who can have enough of this ground breaking act. So for those who still hope for a new world tour, this can at least beef up the expectations. A tip – do act quick to watch it as these videos tend to be removed quickly 🙂 Background: […]
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 from Sophia Loizou. A collaboration with […]
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 played by history, technology, geography […]
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 stripped back techno offerings by […]
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 our world and how we […]
Though avatars and other types of artist expressions are fairly common Jumo does it in the spirit of releasing himself of the boundaries between audio and visuals. Four years ago, Clément Leveau gave birth to Jumo, a musical avatar and singular identity, that allowed him to give free rein to his passion for image. Characterized by […]
A persistent and productive character he is. Aphex Twin has, together with WARP, been teasing people for some time now of his upcoming EP called ‘T69 Collapse’. Although not a huge fan of Aphex Twin’s exotic music adventures he do come around as a highly energetic artist with loads of creativity. He has come to […]
Soft Cell had a huge impression on the electronic music scene back in the 80’s and several of their records became classics. Especially so their 12″ maxi-versions which elaborately evolved the original tracks with clever solo pieces and extended use of instruments. The band did not stay on together for long and has for many […]
Today’s topic revolves around Trentemøller and the release of a new documentary dubbed ‘The science of Fixion’, but before we go there let’s recapture a bit. Copenhagen based musician Anders Trentemøller´s talent for heart wrenching melodic moments and exceptional productions, fused with his trademark sound somewhere between indie and electronic, has established him as one […]
Before we indulge ourselves in Björk’s latest venture let’s take a quick step back and get a sense on where we are in terms of Björk’s musical explorations. When Vulnicura was released in 2015 we saw Björk continue pioneering in new ways on how to construct the material. The most arresting thing about Vulnicura was […]
If you do not have very deep pockets and loads of time to spend touring to various gigs around the world, the URSSS streaming site will make sure to keep you up to date on all the latest, hottest and interesting artists in the techno scene right now. Browsing through their catalog of seriously high […]
Although The Knife is no longer around to treat us with their inspiring blend of techno beats, intriguing synth loops, and Karin Dreijer Andersson’s vocals, news has arrived that The Knife is releasing a package containing both a live shot film, an album, and a photobook. Due for Release 1 September via Rabid Records is The Knife’s […]
Virtual Reality (VR) is on everyone’s lips these days and not only in the world of feature films but equally so in the world of music. Most recently we’ve had announcements and talks from the likes of Björk and Taylor Swift, but are they really grasping for more then extremely expensive videos with bouncing sounds? We […]
An infinite loop (or endless loop) is a sequence of instructions in a computer program which loops endlessly, either due to the loop having no terminating condition, having one that can never be met, or one that causes the loop to start over. In older operating systems with cooperative multitasking, infinite loops normally caused the […]
Airport taken from the album ‘Retrosonic Voices’ by DATAMASKIN The album was released on all digital channels on December 12th 2015