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Colleen Captain Of None (Stereogum Premiere)
Feb 26, 2015 7:58am | StereoGum
Colleen is the project of French multi-instrumentalist and composer Cécile Schott, whose loop-based atmospherics are too gentle to be computer-generated and too soft and surreal to be of this world. On the title track from her fifth LP Captain of None, Schott sings over a hypnotic rhythm played on viola da gamba, a Renaissance-era relative […]




Rinse honcho Geeneus unveils his first single since 2008  hear ELE
Feb 26, 2015 7:54am | Fact Magazine

The pirate-gone-straight steps back into the spotlight.

Rinse FM founder Geeneus has announced his first solo release since 2008, the start of a promised series of singles all set for release in 2015.

The A-side of ‘ELE/Red Velvet’ finds the Katy B producer evolving from the garage, grime and funky trajectory that shaped his ’00s output towards beefy, hard-slapping tech-house  check it out below via Dummy ahead of its release on Rinse on March 30.

Last year Geeneus teased a return to his grime alias Wizzbit by launching a Soundcloud and uploading his previously unreleased tracks, and he also joined Flowdan, Jammer and DJ Spyro to give a comprehensive grime history lesson.

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Rinse honcho Geeneus unveils his first single since 2008  hear ELE
Feb 26, 2015 7:54am | Fact Magazine

The pirate-gone-straight steps back into the spotlight.

Rinse FM founder Geeneus has announced his first solo release since 2008, the start of a promised series of singles all set for release in 2015.

The A-side of ‘ELE/Red Velvet’ finds the Katy B producer evolving from the garage, grime and funky trajectory that shaped his ’00s output towards beefy, hard-slapping tech-house  check it out below via Dummy ahead of its release on Rinse on March 30.

Last year Geeneus teased a return to his grime alias Wizzbit by launching a Soundcloud and uploading his previously unreleased tracks, and he also joined Flowdan, Jammer and DJ Spyro to give a comprehensive grime history lesson.

The post Rinse honcho Geeneus unveils his first single since 2008  hear ‘ELE’ appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Will Butler You Must Be Kidding Me
Feb 26, 2015 7:36am | StereoGum
Arcade Fire’s Will Butler is spending this week writing one song a day, all of them inspired by articles in the British newspaper The Guardian. He’s already tackled the Greek debt crisis on “Clean Monday” and a couple of stories from the former USSR on “Waving Flag.” The latest song in the exercise, which is […]



Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer
Feb 26, 2015 7:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
A transition rather than a transformation, but one to rejoice in nonetheless.

Turbo Fruits share new single Dont Let Me Break Your Heart Again listen
Feb 26, 2015 7:25am | Cosequence Of Sound

Photo by Pooneh Ghana

With three albums to their name, Nashville band Turbo Fruits have earned a reputation for their brain-fried garage rock jams about drugs, girls, and good times. Not that there’s anything wrong with good ol’ rock ‘n’ roll, but everyone grows up, and that’s exactly what Turbo Fruits are doing on their latest album, No Control.

We’ve already heard their tightened and shined up sound on the Patrick Carney-produced “The Way I Want You”, and now they’re showing their maturity with “Don’t Let Me Break Your Heart”. Still replete with the band’s catchy garage stylings, the track displays a self-awareness above the quartet’s partying personas as singer Jonas Stein recounts the struggle of a on-again-off-again romance. “We’ve been here a million times before/ Something about you that I can’t ignore,” goes the chorus, “Always play into each other’s games/ Chasing memories never feels the same.”

Take a listen:

No Control is due April 20th through Turbo Fruit’s new label home, Melvin Records/Thirty Tigers. Proving they’re still the same old Tennessee boys, pre-orders of the deluxe limited edition vinyl package come with special Turbo Fruits rolling papers. See the tracklist below.

No Control


Warp veteran Clark returns with Flame Rave EP listen to explosive lead track
Feb 26, 2015 7:24am | Fact Magazine

The collection of tracks built for the rave continues on from last year’s self-titled album.

Warp stalwart Clark has been exceptionally busy of late. As well as the Clark album that slipped out on Warp towards the end of last year, he recently offered a mix of Brian Eno oddities and a free EP that sampled Frank Ocean, Diana Ross, and Die Antwoord.

He’ll soon make a swift return to Warp with Flame Rave, a four-track EP that continues the “majestic explorations” laid out on his recent self-titled LP. As well as the psychedelic ‘Silver Sun’, there’s the memorably titled ‘To Live And Die In Grantham’, whose grinding riff apparently blew Clark’s amplifier, and alternate versions of two Clark album tracks.

I started making these ravey tunes to play out at gigs, but they gathered a momentum and gradually formed this EP,” Clark says of the genesis of Flame Rave. “I came back to it again and again it seemed to work in clubs but also as a sneaky, immersive headphone listen. I love the feel of an almost overwhelming percussive violence being suddenly flooded with heartache and melody. I find that dynamic exhilarating.”

You’ll be able to get your hands on Flame Rave on 12″ and digital formats on March 23, but in...


Warp veteran Clark returns with Flame Rave EP listen to explosive lead track
Feb 26, 2015 7:24am | Fact Magazine

The collection of tracks built for the rave continues on from last year’s self-titled album.

Warp stalwart Clark has been exceptionally busy of late. As well as the Clark album that slipped out on Warp towards the end of last year, he recently offered a mix of Brian Eno oddities and a free EP that sampled Frank Ocean, Diana Ross, and Die Antwoord.

He’ll soon make a swift return to Warp with Flame Rave, a four-track EP that continues the “majestic explorations” laid out on his recent self-titled LP. As well as the psychedelic ‘Silver Sun’, there’s the memorably titled ‘To Live And Die In Grantham’, whose grinding riff apparently blew Clark’s amplifier, and alternate versions of two Clark album tracks.

I started making these ravey tunes to play out at gigs, but they gathered a momentum and gradually formed this EP,” Clark says of the genesis of Flame Rave. “I came back to it again and again it seemed to work in clubs but also as a sneaky, immersive headphone listen. I love the feel of an almost overwhelming percussive violence being suddenly flooded with heartache and melody. I find that dynamic exhilarating.”

You’ll be able to get your hands on Flame Rave on 12″ and digital formats on March 23, but in...


Ryoji Ikeda to bring immersive club show Supercodex to Londons Village Underground
Feb 26, 2015 7:12am | Fact Magazine

The revered composer and sonic artist is plotting a huge audiovisual experience.

After exploring the outer limits of physics and mathematics in his Supersymmetry solo exhibition this April, Ryoji Ikeda will return to London for an “immersive club show” at Village Underground this May.

The Supercodex performance will see Ikeda revisit concepts from his 2013 project Superposition, using raw data and mathematical models to generate music and projections while combining digital blips and bass drones with techno propulsion. The show promises to be a pretty bewildering experience, with stark visuals adding textures of percussion so that it “becomes difficult to distinguish between the senses”, according to the event organisers at the Barbican.

Ryoji Ikeda: Supercodex takes place on May 27 at Village Underground  tickets go on sale to members today (February 26) and to the general public tomorrow. Meanwhile, his Supersymmetry show is set to open on April 23 at The Vinyl Factory Space in Brewer Street Car Park, Soho.

The post Ryoji Ikeda to bring “immersive club show” Supercodex to London’s Village Underground appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Ryoji Ikeda to bring immersive club show Supercodex to Londons Village Underground
Feb 26, 2015 7:12am | Fact Magazine

The revered composer and sonic artist is plotting a huge audiovisual experience.

After exploring the outer limits of physics and mathematics in his Supersymmetry solo exhibition this April, Ryoji Ikeda will return to London for an “immersive club show” at Village Underground this May.

The Supercodex performance will see Ikeda revisit concepts from his 2013 project Superposition, using raw data and mathematical models to generate music and projections while combining digital blips and bass drones with techno propulsion. The show promises to be a pretty bewildering experience, with stark visuals adding textures of percussion so that it “becomes difficult to distinguish between the senses”, according to the event organisers at the Barbican.

Ryoji Ikeda: Supercodex takes place on May 27 at Village Underground  tickets go on sale to members today (February 26) and to the general public tomorrow. Meanwhile, his Supersymmetry show is set to open on April 23 at The Vinyl Factory Space in Brewer Street Car Park, Soho.

The post Ryoji Ikeda to bring “immersive club show” Supercodex to London’s Village Underground appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Watch: Solomon Grey - Choir To The Wild [Premiere]
Feb 26, 2015 6:35am | The Line Of Best Fit
Best Fit favourites Solomon Grey premiere the video for "Choir To The Wild" after the song featured on Sunday's episode of The Casual Vacancy.>

Watch Paul Dano and John Cusack as Brian Wilson in the Love And Mercy trailer
Feb 26, 2015 5:59am | Fact Magazine

The first trailer for the Beach Boy biopic has been released.

Paul Dano takes a break from being the bad guy (12 Years A Slave, There Will Be Blood) to play a young Brian Wilson in the forthcoming movie of the pop legend’s life, Love And Mercy. John Cusack steps in as the middle-aged Wilson for the film, which “paints an unconventional portrait of the artist by interweaving seminal moments in his life.”

Directed by second-timer Bill Pohlad (a producer on 12 Years S Slave and The Tree of Life), the film also stars Paul Giamatti as Wilsons psychotherapist Dr Eugene Landy, and Elizabeth Banks as his second wife Melinda.

The film is out on June 5 watch the trailer below. Wilson just released his eleventh solo album, Pier Pressure, which features She & Him, Kacey Musgraves and fun. frontman Nate Ruess.

The post Watch Paul Dano and John Cusack as Brian Wilson in the Love And Mercy trailer appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Watch Paul Dano and John Cusack as Brian Wilson in the Love And Mercy trailer
Feb 26, 2015 5:59am | Fact Magazine

The first trailer for the Beach Boy biopic has been released.

Paul Dano takes a break from being the bad guy (12 Years A Slave, There Will Be Blood) to play a young Brian Wilson in the forthcoming movie of the pop legend’s life, Love And Mercy. John Cusack steps in as the middle-aged Wilson for the film, which “paints an unconventional portrait of the artist by interweaving seminal moments in his life.”

Directed by second-timer Bill Pohlad (a producer on 12 Years S Slave and The Tree of Life), the film also stars Paul Giamatti as Wilsons psychotherapist Dr Eugene Landy, and Elizabeth Banks as his second wife Melinda.

The film is out on June 5 watch the trailer below. Wilson just released his eleventh solo album, Pier Pressure, which features She & Him, Kacey Musgraves and fun. frontman Nate Ruess.

The post Watch Paul Dano and John Cusack as Brian Wilson in the Love And Mercy trailer appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Listen to Amnesia Scanners futuristic audioplay for Gum Artefacts
Feb 26, 2015 5:40am | Fact Magazine

It’s also available as a “one of a kind, edition of one, etched dubplate.”

As we reported earlier this week, last night saw the premiere of Janus-championed producer Amnesia Scanner’s new ‘audioplay’ on PAN’s Rinse FM show. As expected, ‘Angels Rig Hook’ was probably the strangest thing the station’s ever broadcasted, a 15-minute blend of stream-of-consciousness spoken word, hi-tech club textures and futuristic sound effects.

News now arrives that ‘Angels Rig Hook’ will be the next release on Gum Artefacts, the label that gave us PC Music affiliate Felicita’s Frenemies debut last year. It’s also Amnesia Scanner’s first official release following last year’s killer AS LIVE [][][][][] mixtape, and will arrive on the ultimate in limited editions, a “one of a kind, edition of one, etched dubplate.”

According to the label the dubplate is being stored in the Gum Artefacts archive for the time being, but you can stream ‘Angels Rig Hook’ and read Jaakko Pallasvuo’s baffling script below. If you’re a fan of Lotic, M.E.S.H. or TCF, it’s essential listening.

Where is my mind?

An...


Listen to Amnesia Scanners futuristic audioplay for Gum Artefacts
Feb 26, 2015 5:40am | Fact Magazine

It’s also available as a “one of a kind, edition of one, etched dubplate.”

As we reported earlier this week, last night saw the premiere of Janus-championed producer Amnesia Scanner’s new ‘audioplay’ on PAN’s Rinse FM show. As expected, ‘Angels Rig Hook’ was probably the strangest thing the station’s ever broadcasted, a 15-minute blend of stream-of-consciousness spoken word, hi-tech club textures and futuristic sound effects.

News now arrives that ‘Angels Rig Hook’ will be the next release on Gum Artefacts, the label that gave us PC Music affiliate Felicita’s Frenemies debut last year. It’s also Amnesia Scanner’s first official release following last year’s killer AS LIVE [][][][][] mixtape, and will arrive on the ultimate in limited editions, a “one of a kind, edition of one, etched dubplate.”

According to the label the dubplate is being stored in the Gum Artefacts archive for the time being, but you can stream ‘Angels Rig Hook’ and read Jaakko Pallasvuo’s baffling script below. If you’re a fan of Lotic, M.E.S.H. or TCF, it’s essential listening.

Where is my mind?

An...

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