Georgina Davidson chats to Glasgow-based band Walt Disco about their recent UK tour
Metronomy delivered an outstanding performance they showcased new material on par with the fan favourites, writes Owen Trimming
The experimental outfit’s latest album benefits from its accessible approach to complex electronica, writes Jacob Hopkins
The future sounds of electronic music simmer amongst the trophies of Germany’s industrial past
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
Georgina Davidson chats to dream pop newcomers beebaadoobee, Oscar Lang and No Rome ahead of their performances at the Dirty Hit showcase
Chapter 11 of Boomtown Festival did not disappoint Owen Trimming, who reflects on the highlights of the weekend.
James Blake’s 76 minute epic lives up to it’s title, channelling shades of love and loss with extraordinary clarity, through vibrant and varied instrumentals