A review of the new ambient EP Antidawn by Burial.
Culture Editor Georgina Davidson takes a dive into the concepts and emergence of avant-pop producer SOPHIE, remembered for her future-facing sound and style
Dara Coker reviews FKA twigs’ latest release, highlighting how, through the use of metaphor, the artist manages to detail her journey to self-love and fulfilment, carefully painting a picture of love, loss and desire
The German maverick of electronic music returns with a typically experimental album on Hamburg-Berlin based Dial Records, writes Robert Firth
Never one to be ostentatious, Jessy Lanza’s subtle second album flirts with R&B and Chicago house on a brilliant pop album that leans towards the dancefloor
Started in the small, unassuming town of Redcar, North Yorkshire, Stephen Bishop’s cassette label Opal Tapes is a kind of mecca for off-kilter electronic music
As cold winter nights roll in, Burial’s dubstep masterpiece hardly seems more appropriate for rediscovering, thinks Jacob Bernard-Banton
A unique arts space devoted to progression, experimentation and what those who work at the Mill call ‘Werq’.
Kelly Lee Owens offers an evening of renewal at Manchester’s O2 Ritz
Luke McGavin reviews TNGHT’s lastest EP ‘II’, highlighting it’s important place in the genre and demonstrating why it hasn’t lived up to the high expectations that foreshadowed it
Owen Trimming reviews the London duo’s latest Mancunian show
The Mancunion speaks to the enigmatic electronic producer Iglooghost
Electronic music can seem like a bit of a boy’s club, but there have always been women involved. The tide is surely turning