Tribe of Colin’s ragged, rhythmic hardware transmissions speak a language of their own. The shadowy London producer, who has previously been linked to Dean Blunt and John T. Gast, channels a cryptic personal mythology that draws from Buddhism, the occult and “things that are not apparent to the eye”, while his sonic vocabulary blends techno, folk and abstract electronics… Read the full article.
I wrote about some of the year’s best albums for FACT, including Bad Gyal, P. Adrix, Fis and Rob Thorne, Negative Gemini and more… Read the full article.
I headed to Sónar Reykjavík to review the festival and take a snapshot of the local electronic music scene… Read the full article.
I reviewed the blissful new album by beloved indie-rock adventurers Yo La Tengo… Read the review.
I spoke to electronic adventurer and viola player Astrid Sonne, whose Escho debut Human Lines, released earlier this month, is one of the most breathtaking experimental albums you’ll hear all year… Read the full article.
I spoke to the legendary Justin K. Broadrick of Godflesh and JK Flesh about crying at Christmas and more… Read the full article.