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Barker explores “gradients of bliss” on his debut album, Utility

Pleasure seeking becomes a utilitarian instinct on the Leisure System co-founder’s debut solo LP. Leisure System co-founder Barker returns with a full-length excursion into the euphoric, kick-less ravescape he introduced us to on last year’s spectacular Debiasing, one of our very favorite releases of 2018. Speaking about his debut album Utility, Barker explains: “After Debiasing…

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Dazed Mix: Anastasia Kristensen

The Copenhagen-based Russian techno DJ and producer puts together an unpredictable summer selection Anastasia Kristensen only released her debut EP, Ascetic, in March, but the DJ and producer has already established a reputation as one of the electronic music scene’s most popular new artists. Raised in Moscow but based in Copenhagen, Kristensen earned her DJing…

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Sacha Robotti Announces New Slothacid Label, Fall Tour Featuring All-Night Sets: Exclusive

House and techno producer Sacha Robotti has nearly two decades of experience putting out music on tastemaking labels like Dirtybird, Octopus Records and This Ain't Bristol. Now, the German-born, Los Angles-based artist is flexing his artistic freedom with the launch of his new label, Slothacid. The imprint will serve as a distribution method exclusively for Robotti's own music, with the…

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Purple Mountains’ David Berman Talks Staying Sober, Stephen Malkmus, And His “Best” Song In Reddit AMA

A few days ago, David Berman released his first album in ten years, the self-titled debut album for his new Purple Mountains project. The album rollout was peppered with rare, candid interviews, wherein he discussed the end of Silver Jews, his infamous father, bad Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen records, and unreleased material. Today, Berman…

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Trance Techno RAVE Music Radio v11.08

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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Greetings, fam! We skipped Five Best last week since it was a national holiday, but now we’re back in full force. Songs from the past two weeks were eligible for this list — see who made the cut below. “Fucking money, man!” is a sentiment everyone can relate to — we crave it, we resent…

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Pere Ubu – The Long Goodbye

Born out of main man David Thomas’s recent brush with mortality, Pere Ubu’s 18th studio album, The Long Goodbye, has been hailed as something of a departure for the band – if not the final chapter, then the end of a cycle before a new beginning. According to the album’s liner notes, Pere Ubu were…

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Jesu & The Bug Form New Duo Zonal, Share Two Songs

Justin K. Broadrick and Kevin Martin are two guys with long histories of making noisy, intense, adventurous music. Broadrick co-founded grindcore originators Napalm Death when he was a teenager, and he spent years making harsh, gutted industrial metal with Godflesh. More recently, he’s been working a sort of emotional and melodic doom-metal drone as Jesu,…

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Equiknoxx: Eternal Children

While the Jamaican group made waves with previous collections of instrumentals, addressing a different, international audience than earlier productions aimed at Kingston’s dance halls, Equiknoxx’s latest finds the whole crew producing a set of songs that aim to bring together, and hold in productive tension, reggae groundings and open-eared experiments in post-diasporic Jamaican music. In…

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All Ears: Vibrations Across Time And Space

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The 19th Anniversary of Technoviking

About Technoviking is the nickname given to a musclebound man dancing in a video shot during the annual techno music festival Fuckparade in July 2000. The footage shows an unruly man shoving a woman before being grabbed by a shirtless man wearing a beard and a Thor's hammer pendant who pushes him away. Since being…

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Move D: Building Bridges

Germany has an impressive, almost counterintuitive, record of mixing dub with electronic music, from Basic Channel’s icy minimal techno to Pole’s spectral glitch. Move D—aka Heidelberg’s David Moufang—is a lesser-known figure in this line of Teutonic dub explorers, working the crossover between dub and house music on tracks like 2006’s “Silk Dub,” and employing subtly…

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Jazz Live: Jazzrausch Bigband

"Bonn has a huge techno club. And the unusual thing is: It has rows of seats!" That’s how band leader Roman Sladek prepared the audience in the Bonn Opera for a very unusual performance at the Jazzfest Bonn. The "Jazzrausch Bigband" combines the beat, the relentless repetitions and the high decibels of club music with that most…

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7 must-hear mixes from June 2019

It’s almost impossible to keep on top of everything that SoundCloud, Mixcloud and online radio has to offer. In our monthly column, FACT guides you through the must-hear mixes of the last 30 days, whether you want a club session to warm you up for the weekend, ambient soothers or a set of vinyl-only obscurities.…

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Latin American feminist collective NÓTT announces first compilation, Austral

Curated by Medellín DJ Julianna alongside Marea and Andrea Arias, it showcases Latin American women in electronic music. Medellín collective NÓTT will celebrate three years by launching their first compilation, Austral, out next week. Peru, Chile, Colombia, Brazil and Argentina are all represented on the 14-track collection, which showcases female talent in Latin America. It's…

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Peggy Gou: DJ-Kicks

The histories of fashion and techno are frequently intertwined—just ask Raf Simons, who debuted his Spring/Summer 2020 collection at Paris Fashion Week with pieces that paid tribute to the legendary R&S Records—and that’s especially true for the DJ and producer Peggy Gou. Born in South Korea and now based in Berlin, Gou cut her teeth…

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Unquiet Spirits: Ifriqiyya Electrique Interviewed

All portraits by Renaud de Foville Editor's note: an interview with band member Yahyah Chouchen had to be abandoned when the poor quality of the phone connection exacerbated language difficulties to an unmanageable degree. Later, when an email interview was requested with one of the Tunisian members of the group, it was revealed that they…

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Thom Yorke: ANIMA

Earlier this month, a strange advertisement for ANIMA Technologies appeared inside London’s Tube. The company purported to have built something called a “Dream Camera,” a device capable of capturing the world of the unconscious: “Just call or text the number and we’ll get your dreams back,” the copy promised. But curious callers were treated to…

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