Live review: Orbital at Manchester’s Albert Hall
The iconic electronic music duo bring 90s rave to Albert Hall, playing new and old favourites to a sold out crowd
Enter Shikari enlists WARGASM on ‘The Void Stares Back’
Enter Shikari join forces with WARGASM for a frantic, fun track that almost hits the mark.
Rodney Rock The Peer Hat
Matt Loreti reviews a night of experimental chaos from Rodney at The Peer Hat featuring births, sex friends, and audience participation.
Metaphysical: Mall Grab pay homage to London
A review of the new Mall Grab track from Kristin Cooper.
Bonobo lights up Victoria Warehouse, with a little help from his friends
Alex Cooper reviews a headline show from electronic maestro Bonobo at the O2 Victoria Warehouse.
Burial’s Antidawn EP, the atmosphere of urban British wintertime
A review of the new ambient EP Antidawn by Burial.
Introducing for 2021 – Norwegian Electronic artist and producer Maud
The Mancunion’s introducing artist for 2021 is electronic artist Maud – ‘Real’ to ‘Baby Girl’ and everything in between Maud is certainly one to watch from the electronic scene
Electronic Sound Summit Review
Charles Pierson takes a look at Liverpool’s Sound Summit Festival which caters to those wanting to break into the mainstream
Live Review: Hot Chip
Hot Chip as fresh ever performing old favourites and new tunes at Gorilla writes contributor Freya Thomson
Album Review: Everyday – Tourist
Jasmine Bennett reviews the dreamlike exploration of the human condition that is Everyday by Tourist.
Album Review: Assume Form by James Blake
Contributor Luke McGavin reviews James Blake’s newest release, Assume Form, which possesses a greater range of experimentation and influences while nodding at the rap world
In Conversation With SG Lewis
Fresh off a flight from New York, SG Lewis takes the time to discuss album concepts, motivations, and his UK tour, with contributor Pascale Chalmers-Arnold
Live Review: Nightmares on Wax
George Evelyn brings incense and sofas to an intimate show at Gorilla
Album review: MGMT – Little Dark Age
With those songs now synonymous with television adverts and film soundtracks, MGMT are back with a new album and potential new hits
Interview: Nightmares on Wax
George Evelyn chats to Deputy Music Editor, Yasmin Duggal, about the joy music and travel has brought him over the years
Live review: The Chemical Brothers WHP
A mammoth three hour set of unexpected techno and unmistakable Chem Bros beats
Interview: Gavin Koolmon of Disciples
Megan Matthews chats to the production group that seem to always be on the rise