Nina Kraviz

8 artists reflect on the enduring legacy of Aphex Twin

Nina Kraviz, Tommy Cash, Silent Servant, Object Blue and more recall when they first discovered the music of our November cover star

Mark Fisher

K-punk, capitalist realism and acid communism

On the eve of the release of a new Mark Fisher anthology, we speak with Kode9, Simon Reynolds and more to find out why his ideas remain so pivotal

Crack Magazine x Aphex Twin

Throughout November, we will be delving in to the strange and beautiful world of Aphex Twin. Find everything in one place here

Jeff Goldblum – The Capitol Studio Sessions

Everyone’s favourite Daddy goes head-to-head with an all-star line-up for a smokey, easy listening jazz album that proves Goldblum’s charm truly knows no bounds

Weirdcore, Aphex Twin

Weirdcore: Enter the vortex

Weirdcore is the artist behind Aphex Twin’s twisted visuals. We meet the London-based project turning Richard D. James’ nightmarish visions into reality

Objekt – Cocoon Crush

His first album since 2014’s ‘Flatland’, ‘Cocoon Crush’ sees the British producer in a largely sombre mood – and is all the better for it

Blood Orange, Pitchfork Paris 2018 © Alban Gendrot

Pitchfork Paris 2018: The Parisian festival tempered forward-facing curation with a notably restrained atmosphere

Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris 1 November
Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers – Bought to Rot

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers – Bought to Rot

The debut LP from the new band led by Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace sees the frontwoman attempt to make sense of the world

Vessel Queen of Golden Dogs

Vessel – Queen of Golden Dogs

After a four-year absence, the Bristol producer returns with a sonic tapestry of Portuguese choirs, rave breakdowns and overdriven bass