Music / News / 22.02.17

The Bug is joining forces with Dylan Carlson of drone metallers Earth for LP

‘Concrete Desert’ – their debut full-length as The Bug vs Earth – is due to land on Ninja Tune this spring

Sonar Reykjavik 2017 review: Seismic Sounds from Helena Hauff, Ben Klock and more

Harpa, Reykjavik 16 - 18 February
DJ Harvey as Wildest Dreams for Crack Magazine
Music / News / 22.02.17

DJ Harvey announces four-date residency at Ministry of Sound

The revered DJ returns to Ministry of Sound to curate four all-nighters, with the first set for 8 April

Rise of The Wicked Skengman: Stormzy‘s Story So Far

From freestyles in the park to stadium ring walks, prepare for ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’ by retracing Big Mike’s strides to the stop

Music / News / 21.02.17

Raster-Noton celebrate 20 years with deluxe hardback Source Book 1

The archival document also features a CD of material from Kangding Ray, Emptyset, Alva Noto, Frank Bretschneider, Senking, Byetone, Atom Heart, Robert Lippok and more

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Music / News / 20.02.17

Steve Davis and Kavus Torab announce a new location for Dark Matter

The regular experimental night helmed by the retired snooker ace will relocate to Brew Club in Clapton

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PAN compilation album
Music / News / 16.02.17

PAN readies its first compilation album mono no aware

The label compilation is a collection of unreleased ambient tracks from PAN artists old and new

20 Questions: Tim Darcy

The Ought frontman – whose solo album Saturday Night is out this month – steps up for the latest round of 20 Questions

Erased Tapes’ Founder on Seven Pivotal Releases

Robert Raths reflects on albums by Ólafur Arnalds, Kiasmos, Nils Frahm and more as the label celebrates it’s 10th birthday