Towards the end on the Nineties, everyone in the UK seemed to be suffering en mass from Oasis-burnout and Acid House comedowns. The coked-up fervor that had nurtured a startling variety of music from Suede to Blur, from Supergrass to Elastica, was now producing shark-jumping acts like Chumbawumba and Republica. The dancefloors were sticky, the […]
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Radiohead has updated their experimental Polyfauna app with unreleased music and artwork. The app was announced earlier this year as a project that “comes from an interest in early computer life-experiments and the imagined creatures of our subconscious.” Thom Yorke announced the release of new material with a series of tweets showing off the new [...]
It’s been almost a decade since Death From Above 1979 released their seething, monstrous full-length debut You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine. As of right now, that’s the only proper album the band has ever released, but that’ll change next week. DFA1979 broke up in 2006 and got back together in 2011, and now they’ve [...]
Starting my morning with “Fall Back”, the title-track from Poupon’s upcoming EP. The single is a master class in faultless garage house aesthetics, fusing an original, soul-injected melody from vocalist, Sam Moffatt with a warmly rolling bass riff & crisp synth top line.
Out September 22nd via Love & Other.
Adele’s 2011 sophomore album 21 sold crazy, ridiculous, unprecedented numbers for an album that came out this decade. It’s also a pretty good album! Rumor has it that Adele is working on a new LP called 25, and god knows this is the kind of thing that presumably has record-label execs up late at night, [...]