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Listen: Lucas Nord - Nothing Left
Mar 30, 2015 7:09am | The Line Of Best Fit
Swedish producer/singer Lucas Nord is sharing new track "Nothing Left", taken from upcoming 7-track mini-album After You.>


Death Waltz to open store for soundtrack aficionados in Margate
Mar 30, 2015 6:36am | Fact Magazine

Transmission will also double as a gallery and toy store.

Spencer Hickman – the man behind the horror soundtrack-focused Death Waltz Recordings Co. – is opening a record store in Margate this summer.

Transmission is a joint venture between Hickman and artist Kimberley Holladay, who provided artwork for Death Waltz’s recent Forbidden World OST release. As well as selling soundtracks, library and electronic music on vinyl, the store will offer “an expertly curated selection” of artworks and designer toys like the Witches pictured above. As well as horror scores, Transmission will also specialise in anime and Japanese soundtrack pressings.

The store will be located on 105 Northdown Road, in Cliftonville, Margate and opens in June with a launch event and after party at the Margate Arts Club. The store is also planning to hold film screenings in the future. If you can’t wait, or can’t make it Margate, you can already buy through Transmission’s online store.

For more on OSTs, revisit FACT’s list of the 100 greatest horror soundtracks. [via The Vinyl Factory]

The post Death Waltz to open store for soundtrack aficionados in Margate appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..



Death Waltz to open store for soundtrack aficionados in Margate
Mar 30, 2015 6:36am | Fact Magazine

Transmission will also double as a gallery and toy store.

Spencer Hickman – the man behind the horror soundtrack-focused Death Waltz Recordings Co. – is opening a record store in Margate this summer.

Transmission is a joint venture between Hickman and artist Kimberley Holladay, who provided artwork for Death Waltz’s recent Forbidden World OST release. As well as selling soundtracks, library and electronic music on vinyl, the store will offer “an expertly curated selection” of artworks and designer toys like the Witches pictured above. As well as horror scores, Transmission will also specialise in anime and Japanese soundtrack pressings.

The store will be located on 105 Northdown Road, in Cliftonville, Margate and opens in June with a launch event and after party at the Margate Arts Club. The store is also planning to hold film screenings in the future. If you can’t wait, or can’t make it Margate, you can already buy through Transmission’s online store.

For more on OSTs, revisit FACT’s list of the 100 greatest horror soundtracks. [via The Vinyl Factory]

The post Death Waltz to open store for soundtrack aficionados in Margate appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


FaltyDL shares a cover of AFXs Every Day
Mar 30, 2015 6:36am | Fact Magazine

The Hangable Auto Bulb 2 tune gets a gentle makeover.

Drew Lustman, aka prolific New York producer FaltyDL, has shared a cover of ‘Every Day’, a track from Richard D. James’ 1995 release under his AFX alias. Replacing the female voice on the original with a sample of a young child talking, Lustman has gone for a softer interpretation of Aphex Twin’s fiddly breakbeat experiment.

Stream it below and look out for Lustman’s forthcoming album on Planet Mu, The Crystal Cowboy, which features a guest appearance from rapper Le1f.

The post FaltyDL shares a cover of AFX’s ‘Every Day’ appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


FaltyDL shares a cover of AFXs Every Day
Mar 30, 2015 6:36am | Fact Magazine

The Hangable Auto Bulb 2 tune gets a gentle makeover.

Drew Lustman, aka prolific New York producer FaltyDL, has shared a cover of ‘Every Day’, a track from Richard D. James’ 1995 EP under his AFX alias. Replacing the female voice on the original with a sample of a young child talking, Lustman has gone for a softer interpretation of Aphex Twin’s fiddly breakbeat experiment.

Stream it below and look out for Lustman’s forthcoming album on Planet Mu, The Crystal Cowboy, which features a guest appearance from rapper Le1f.

The post FaltyDL shares a cover of AFX’s ‘Every Day’ appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Video premiere: A Place To Bury Strangers 'What We Don't See'
Mar 30, 2015 6:12am | Drowned In Sound

We've had something of a soft spot for A Place To Bury Strangers here at DiS ever since their explosive debut landed in our midst eight years ago. Often compared to the likes of My Bloody Valentine, Nine Inch Nails and The Jesus & Mary Chain, they've developed a distinctively identifiable sound of their own whilst carving out a reputation as one of the most intensely visceral live bands around.

Last month saw the release of their fourth long player Transfixiation, which scored an impressive 8/10 on this very site. So it gives us great pleasure at Drowned In Sound to premiere their new video. 'What We Don't See' is taken from the aforementioned record, and at just under two-and-a-half minutes delivers a short, sharp shock to the system by way of sonic annihilation.

The band's European tour also kicks off tomorrow (Tuesday 31st March) night in Dublin.

The full UK dates are as follows:

March 2015

31 Dublin Whelans (w/September Girls)

April 2015

1 Belfast Voodoo
2 Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
3 Leeds Belgrave Music Hall (w/September Girls)
5 Manchester Sound Control Basement (w/September Girls)
6 Nottingham Bodega (w/September Girls)
7 Birmingham Hare & Hounds (w/September Girls)
8 Cardiff Clwb lfor Bach...


Death Grips I Break Mirrors With My Face in The United States (Official Video)
Mar 30, 2015 6:09am | Fact Magazine

Behold, the drum stick cam. 

Over the weekend Death Grips shared the new intense video for ‘I Break Mirrors With My Face in The United States’.

Death Grips recently surprised us with an album release for possibly the final time.Listen to Jenny Death here.

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Death Grips I Break Mirrors With My Face in The United States (Official Video)
Mar 30, 2015 6:09am | Fact Magazine

Behold, the drum stick cam. 

Over the weekend Death Grips shared the new intense video for ‘I Break Mirrors With My Face in The United States’.

Death Grips recently surprised us with an album release for possibly the final time.Listen to Jenny Death here.

The post Death Grips – ‘I Break Mirrors With My Face in The United States’ (Official Video) appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Supersonic Festival brings Holly Herndon and Moog Sound Lab to Birmingham
Mar 30, 2015 6:04am | Fact Magazine

Two new additions to the Brummie fest.

Supersonic Festival has added laptop-manipulating big-thinker Holly Herndon to its impressively diverse line-up, where the 4AD signee will perform music from her forthcoming album Platform.

The Birmingham festival has also announced a partnership with the Moog Sound Lab and Birmingham City University to host a temporary residency offering artists the chance to experiment and create with analogue synthesis and effects. Interested synth tinkerers can sign up viaSupersonic’s website.

This year’s Supersonic takes place from June 11-14 at The Crossing in Digbeth. The line-up also includes Brighton producer, composer and artist Gazelle Twin, Goldfrapps Will Gregory and his Moog Ensemble, Liturgy, Richard Dawson, The Pop Group and Wildbirds and Peacedrums. The weekend’s interactive activities include a makers workshop from Bees in a Tin, a Dirty Electronics workshop inviting audience members to build a 3D sound object, and a pedestrian speaker symphony to be carried through the streets by participants as part of a commission by Circumstance.

General tickets are now on sale  find out more from Supersonic.

Line-up:

Apostille / Afework Nigussie...


Supersonic Festival brings Holly Herndon and Moog Sound Lab to Birmingham
Mar 30, 2015 6:04am | Fact Magazine

Two new additions to the Brummie fest.

Supersonic Festival has added laptop-manipulating big-thinker Holly Herndon to its impressively diverse line-up, where the 4AD signee will perform music from her forthcoming album Platform.

The Birmingham festival has also announced a partnership with the Moog Sound Lab and Birmingham City University to host a temporary residency offering artists the chance to experiment and create with analogue synthesis and effects. Interested synth tinkerers can sign up viaSupersonic’s website.

This year’s Supersonic takes place from June 11-14 at The Crossing in Digbeth. The line-up also includes Brighton producer, composer and artist Gazelle Twin, Goldfrapps Will Gregory and his Moog Ensemble, Liturgy, Richard Dawson, The Pop Group and Wildbirds and Peacedrums. The weekend’s interactive activities include a makers workshop from Bees in a Tin, a Dirty Electronics workshop inviting audience members to build a 3D sound object, and a pedestrian speaker symphony to be carried through the streets by participants as part of a commission by Circumstance.

General tickets are now on sale  find out more from Supersonic.

Line-up:

Apostille / Afework Nigussie...


Tuff Love to release Groucho split 7 single with Lazy Day for RSD [Premiere]
Mar 30, 2015 5:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
Fuzzed-out Glaswegian duo Tuff Love turn loose a lo-fi pop windstorm with the urgently laid-back Groucho.>

Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vanniers lost film score discovered in a suitcase
Mar 30, 2015 5:37am | Fact Magazine

A holy grail of the Gainsbourg-Vannier catalogue has surfaced after 45 years.

Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier’s music for the 1969 film Les Chemins de Katmandou, thought to have been lost forever after the master tapes were supposedly destroyed, has resurfaced.

Earlier this year a copy of the master tapes was discovered up in an old suitcase by the daughter of Vannier’s former copyist. That’s Vannier in the photo above, holding the newly recovered music. The tapes have since been transferred and mastered, and portions of the score will finally be released on the forthcoming expanded reissue of Le Cinema De Serge Gainsbourg, a 5CD box set compiling the bulk of the influential French songwriter and composer’s music for film.

Le Cinema De Serge Gainsbourg will also include a number of additional previously unreleased score excerpts, including music from 1980’s Equateur (a film directed by Gainsbourg himself), and a newly discovered piece recorded by Gainsbourg and Vannier for the legendary score to Pierre Granier-Deferre’s 1970 film La Horse.

The box set, produced and compiled by Stéphane Lerouge, includes over six hours of music spanning 1959 to 1990, and includes collaborations with noted composers and arrangers Vannier, Alain Goraguer, Michel Colombier, Arthur Greenslade, and Jean...


The Mountain Goats deliver arguably the most poignant concept album about wrestling ever
Mar 30, 2015 5:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
Album #15 from inexhaustible pop-cultural polymath John Darnielles beloved cult act. All hail the nostalgic wrestling-themed opus!

Maribou State make live debut four years after debut single
Mar 30, 2015 5:00am | The Line Of Best Fit
After several years on the periphery, London production two-piece Maribou State are edging closer towards the nerve-centre of UK electronic music.>

FACT mix 489: Fracture & Chimpo
Mar 30, 2015 4:47am | Fact Magazine

We’ve all heard about slow/fast at this point, but what about slow/slow?

For the last FACT mix of March, two artists who’ve made more moves than most in jungle of late – Londoner Fracture and Manchester staple Chimpo – slow things down. Way, way down. In Fracture’s words, “this is a slow motion mix. The idea came from wanting to fit a load of music we had got together into a mix but having to slow some down to make it work”. So there’s music from all across the musical spectrum – from Björk, FKA Twigs and Boards of Canada to Mumdance, Novelist and Wiley; hell, there’s even an airing for ‘Midas Touch’ – but very little of it sounds as you know it.

A comment on our medicated generation? An online mix that finally taps into that “dull, empty feeling” we’re all left with when we stare at a screen all day? Nah, it’s probably just because a ton of shit sounds cooler when its slowed down. Make sure to check Chimpo and Fracture’s recent Metalheadz single, Chimpo’s Monkey Teef mixtape and Fracture’s label Astrophonica.

No tracklist, because that would completely spoil the fun.

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