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Stevie Lennox. A year on from her excellent debut solo release, Emotional Gun , Italian producer Katatonic Silentio returns with an album of system-crushing IDM experiments. The militant, bassbin-rattling energy of that debut EP returns on Prisoner Of The Self, its seven tracks locked down by double-time drums and an unceasing air of dread.
Tracks like 'Waiting For The Dust To Settle' and 'Fragile Bodies' cut through with a brash dancehall swagger, while closer 'Spheres Of Solitude' is an all-out breakcore assault not for the faint of heart. Christian Eede. Written long before lockdown, Year Of The Sofa landed like a sardonic prophecy for With riffs that burn like bong rips and a few motorik wormholes to jump through, the Belfast quartet ruminate on lethargy, depression and the sense of time flown out the window.
It's full of heart, albeit passed through a distortion pedal or ten. Eoin Murray. Deerhoof - Future Teenage Cave Artists. An album imagining post-apocalyptic humans balefully trying to recall the world they once knew, recorded remotely with the band's members in four different cities before the coronavirus pandemic was even a known threat, it's fair to say the 15th Deerhoof album is somewhat prophetic.
It's also one of their best records to date, a fractured and strange LP that thrives on a sense of fragmentation, veering one way and another in terms of both melody and fidelity as the four members piece together their respective home recordings.
Despite what might seem to be an odd lack of new material since, it's been a busy time for Zebra Katz, from a collaboration with Gorillaz to a tour with Azealia Banks. This peculiar gap illustrates more the struggle of an independent artist in the modern day, rather than any kind of creative standstill. The record is a sprawl of beats that bang but also hang in unease. Everything is melancholic, topped with lyrics that balance wit with severity.
Aimee Armstrong. Released on the ever-reliable wherethetimegoes label, Petrol Factory finds one of Ireland's most febrile live acts fusing EBM, post-punk and industrial manipulations to cauterise the country's socio-economic landscape, tackling subjects from the rise of fascism and the banking crisis to the relentless terrors of late-stage-capitalism. Trinity is a concept album that follows Laylow, as protagonist, through a complex dance with a program called Trinity — a name borrowed from Carrie-Ann Moss' character in The Matrix — which simulates or stimulates emotions.
As well as being told through interludes, what's striking about the story is the way it is echoed by the sounds on the album. The virtual, 'digital' world is reflected in extreme autotune tweaking, trap beats, luminous synths, and the glam stomp of 'Megatron' an obvious nod to 'Black Skinhead' but also distortion and glitches — like the moment in 'Dehors Dans La Nuit' where it sounds like your headphone jack has popped half-way out of the socket. The fact that Daniel Craig's new album seems to have simmered into existence over a full three-year period is far from surprising.
The low-end obsession, meticulous detail, and sheer scope of aesthetic put into A Past Yet To Come by the Aussie producer is, no bullshitting, breathtaking. Just listen to the minute opening track for a lesson in Craig's 'beat concrete' approach. Each element seems in its right place, each moment feels considered without feeling overworked. It is, like the rest of O'Connor's body of work, utterly contemporary and effortlessly relevant. Hidden doesn't fall victim to the navel-gazing or rumination or over-reliance on past formulae that often plagues artists who've been in the game as long as O'Connor, but then, as far as new work is concerned, that's never been his way.
The grooves are hard, the guitar lines are sweltering and each track is conceptually part of the bouquet. Tulips, red roses, hibiscus, hyacinths, chamomile, magnolia, daisies — nothing but flowers. References , the debut full EP from Manchester-based producer Clemency, delights in its simplicity.
Opener 'Testimony' is a lithe 85 BPM stepper, primed for a DJ's warm-up set, while 'Biblical Names' centres around a warped hand drum loop and the kind of square wave basslines that long to be played on a crushing sound system. Ambrose Akinmusire - on the tender spot of every calloused moment. On his fifth album, trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire has never sounded more self-possessed. Supported by his long-term working quartet—pianist Sam Harris, bassist Harish Raghavan, and drummer Justin Brown, he implants expressions of rage, sorrow, and hope within pieces that maintain composure even when the band pushes hard against his compositional frameworks.
The result is like those releases, i. Lyrical topics include a championing of Devo over ZZ Top, though you don't have to agree to enjoy. The eight songs on this release find guitarist Bobby Glew throttling his instrument in gleefully grating ceremonial sword-sharpener fashion, hacking into the seam of the groove or setting off micro-eruptions of metallic slide guitar.
All the looping and processing on Companion Rises gives it hallmarks of glitchy IDM such as the raw metallic percussion textures similar to those on Autechre's Chiastic Slide. Each instrument seems to be produced in one of two styles: it's either mired in sonic detritus like heavy processing and digital degradation; or presented coldly and clinically without embellishment or varnish like the bright acoustic guitar on 'Two Forms Moving' and 'Haunted And Known'.
The effect of this binary is songs that feel layered and granulated; they buckle and bulge while still marching onwards. Will Ainsley. For opener 'Reducer' the spotlight is on the cosmic lead guitar licks. There's a weird almost dubsteppy intermission with some spoken-word vocals involving an extended gastronomic metaphor. There's maybe a thrash influence rearing its head elsewhere and some accessible growl-along choruses here and there.
The crucial thing, however, is that the riffs are still heavier than Ray Winstone after a slap-up black pudding breakfast. Like Roy Ayers' Stoned Soul Picnic , this is the sort of record that just feels extraordinarily pleasant to be around, making the room it's played in feel more comfy and the weather outside look sunnier.
Which is not to say there's anything 'easy listening' about the album, it's full of off-kilter jolts and strange sonic disjecta, noises that sound like they don't quite want to be there and silences that seem to be waiting to be filled in.
But then that's part of what makes this record so welcoming — it invites you in and has you doing little odd jobs around the place. It's difficult to know where to start with The Big Exercise , such is its effervescence. One can simply revel in seemingly microscopic sleights of hand that imbue the record with a sum greater than its parts. There are gorgeous chord changes, such as on 'Pawing', where the bass hops along, lifting the achingly beautiful plucked guitar part in the bridge.
Richard Foster. Totally pop, yet psychedelic enough to make one reconsider the ingestion of psychedelic drugs just to hear it in in such a state, replete with wonderful touches such as elements of the systems music of Steve Reich or Philip Glass , Figures manages to contain elements from every phase of the band, whilst still having a contemporary edge.
As in the very best attempts to merge disparate elements, the pop and avant elements perfectly compliment one another. Sean Kitching. Those familiar with Delphine Dora's work will know about the melodically and emotionally indeterminate spaces she inhabits but there's plenty that is new here: she sings entirely in French for the first time, and the process of crafting writing and editing the 21 pieces has been more involved than the spontaneous approach she has previously favoured.
Without becoming overburdened, Dora's voice and piano are richly embellished. Escapism is the overriding feeling on Seeking Thrills , whether it's losing yourself amidst a gaggle of throbbing bodies on the dancefloor or the more conventional pop trope of losing yourself to love. The most intoxicating points on the record are when she balances these elements perfectly, as on the rightly lauded 'About Work The Dancefloor', the effervescent elation of '24 Hours' and the euphoria of 'The Thrill'.
YlangYlang's been swimming around between various electronic vibes over her many releases to date, breaching the surface of the ambient and abstract, or composing more rigid tracks of bedroom pop — the entire process often united by a distinct style of singspeak.
Interplay however, feels like a huge step forward. Here, Debard ropes in a host of guest instrumentalists to flesh out her various DIY beats, synthy pads and melodic licks, adding in saxophone, strings, santur, flutes, double bass, and rich brass. The track, with its psychedelic protest-folk pace, goes on to confront the Dublin songwriter's frustration with the treatment of women in Ireland, particularly prior to the legalisation of abortion in I don't think that's a wholly accurate way to describe this live-to-MIDI album, particularly not technically, but it's the best I can do with something that sounds like nothing else.
Unlike so many jazz records, these improvisations seem to be cut from the same cloth as the driving arrangements, and Zetterberg eschews trite head-solo-solo-head structures in his tart, multipartite writing. Innocent Country 2 is an antidote. An hour and four minutes of necessary healing.
Where Innocent Country 's tones were pessimistic and internal, its sequel is joyfully defiant. Instead of swearing fealty to the inevitability of an apathetic existence in the American project, here Quelle Chris grabs hold of the crumbling architecture of a nation split with itself and plays with it, hopscotching in and out of its moral caverns and contradictions. Michael Appouh. Endless Wound insanely hostile opener 'Charnel Rift' or the skull-scrapingly abrasive 'Seared Eyes' are terrifyingly efficient.
The title track, meanwhile, is absolutely lethal, delivering both ridiculously fast, precision blastbeats with dive-bomb leads that sound like a horse being torn in half and some of the album's most desolate, sparse riffery in its midsection.
The band seem to know exactly when to shift gears for maximum impact, whilst maintaining a palpably evil atmosphere and engagingly nasty riffing throughout. There's not a dull moment on it, or even a moment that dips below "supremely fucking intense. Blind Eye vocalist Annie Spaziano has no past bands I'm aware of but runs an eponymous mini-chain of burger joints , which is obviously a smarter idea than trying to make your mark on the world through discredited artform 'music'. She has a ripper set of pipes, too, variously apoplectic and snarky and with a trashy drama to her tone that could fit an '80s speed metal band.
Her musicians flit between full-tilt 80s USHC and spots of wailing, smoggy psych, guitarist Andrew Morgan's serpent-squirm solo excursions being the bridge between these modes. Finlayson's is a sound rooted firmly in the club, but with enough left turns, fake-outs and the kind of sound design chops that make it one of the year so far's best electronic music albums.
The three tracks on the A-side of Gathers see Sarah Davachi work with harpsichord, harmonium and piano. Opener 'Gathers I' strikes a faintly medieval tone, while 'Gathers II' settles into more hypnotic deep listening territory, its soothing drones letting in the faintest hint of melancholy. Gathers , though, has provided a perfect, much-needed soundtrack for relaxation amid the COVID lockdown, offering a sonic balm to press pause on everything around me while I let my thoughts wander.
Jason Crumer approximates the nebulous nature of dreams. The first track, 'Vent', opens with discomposing drones slowly that rumble away; it's like waiting for test results from an oncologist. At about the four-minute marker, an onslaught of sickly noise reminiscent of Atrax Morgue ushers in the holy terrors to come. Several song titles personify the most vulnerable of emotional states. Few noise artists make sounds so rife with narrative implications as conceptually realised as Jason Crumer.
Adam Lehrer. Drum patterns are enacted with such heads-down precision you sometimes feel like Nihiloxica's beatsmen could human-loop in perpetual motion, but in fact these tracks mutate with subtle incrementalism, rarely telegraphing their switch-ups. At its best, Charli's music leans into the nebulous, peculiarly millennial apprehension that partying is a mere simulacrum of adventure.
It reckons with clubbing as a substitute, with our tendency to dramatise and overstate the significance of nights spent hammering away at the brain's pleasure pathways with friends and tunes and pills, and with the awful 'Am I wasting my life? With a wink and a perfectly-judged handclap, Charli prods the listener towards a simultaneous contention with the consequences of escapism and an escapist zone of her own.
This time, though, we deal with a total lack of egress. Jamie Ryder. Perhaps the highlight though is 'Capacidades' with its hollering vocal samples, accordion-aided lead melody and syncopated drums. The risk with an album this multi-faceted is that it could easily just descend into a muddle as its components clash into one another — like mixing too many colours of paint to get a sludgy brown.
However Jerskin Fendrix's main success is how that doesn't happen, how its pace is too blistering and his creativity too electric to ever get bogged down. He expresses himself in so many ways, in such a short space of time, but succeeds in more or less every single one. His beat-making is unique, his instrumentation prolific, and his lyric-writing witty and rich.
For all of this, however, you're still left wondering who, at the core, Jerskin Fendrix really is. The record is as if he's wearing one lavish, intoxicating disguise after another, but never revealing who lies underneath. One of the best labels in the world finds yet another way to keep the average BPM of its releases at truly aorta-scorching levels.
Based in Uganda's capital Kampala, Nyege Nyege Tapes' recent releases have sometimes ventured beyond that nation's border and beyond the eponymous format ; DJ Diaki lives in a Malian village and plays Balani Show music, totally hectic percussive workouts which are supplemented by a live drum machine during DJ sets and built unapologetically for serious dancers. If you have a rhythmic affinity with go-go, ghettotech, ballroom house or the madness Nyege Nyege have previously unleashed from the Sisso collective, gird your loins.
Here, the building materials are sourced from a torrent of Walshe's a cappella singing regenerated by SampleRNN, an artificial neural network created and wielded by CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski alias Dadabots. And the partitur? The ostensible "history of Western music," filtered through the artist's whimsical perspective and teaching experience. Using the spawned samples as bricks and plaster, Walshe constructs a simulated narrative that traces the transformations of her voice in Dadabots' accelerated Petri dish — where millennia fit in the span of minutes — and applies it to the similarly abbreviated canonical progress of vocal music.
Antonio Poscic. Not difficult to enjoy, but to reckon with. The precarious dance they are able to do between deeply soulful, humanistic music and aggressively opaque, nasty, rough noise makes each of their projects a challenge. One moment your surroundings seem to reveal themselves, the next you're launched into mirages again, rooms full of mirrors that stretch and distort things you ought to recognise. On Heaven To A Tortured Mind , Yves Tumor harnesses their relentless curiosity to test the boundaries of rock and noise — and reinvents what we expect from both in the process.
While there was a sense of dismay running through those at a reality that was beginning to fracture, The Don Of Diamond Dreams feels imbued with a sense that alternative realities — different ways of telling stories, different mythologies to reflect our true nature — are always within our reach, if only we're able to fully embrace our own imaginations. Adam Quarshie. Pink Siifu's latest record sits at the intersection between hardcore punk, hip hop, experimental noise, and jazz, finding the rage, power and extremities of each and clashing them together in a raging and frenetic explosion of a record.
Its words, sometimes spat and howled by Siifu, and sometimes created out of gritty sound collage, are rooted in black identity and his experiences of police brutality, evidenced most intensely on the record's incredible twin peaks 'ameriKKKa, try no pork. Pierre , and here we see his composition rather than his writing foregrounded and developed. He's given himself a broad palette here of samples, SFX, keyboards, and objects, and it's often difficult to hear which is which.
And though the press release speaks of a clarity of production, actually it's a lack of clarity which is perhaps this album's greatest strength. Things clip and are saturated, often removing a known sound from its deserving context. The effect of this is to disorientate, to warp and unnerve. Johnny Lamb. KiCk i is a head-spinning record, one in which pillars of absolute pop transcendence emerge from a kaleidoscopic and glitchy vortex of constantly shifting noise.
It's a chaotic, courageous and relentlessly forward-thinking record, one that finds Arca changing guise on every song. Taken as a whole, KiCK i presents Arca at both her most experimental and her most accessible, without compromising either extreme. Buy from Norman Records. After several attempts, New York producer Eric Littmann — the Phantom Posse collective's linchpin — has accidentally made an album for the times, a warped reverie of a soundtrack for empty urban landscapes.
That's what these 14 cuts of disorientating ambience feel like, anyway — or does everything feel like that these days? Matthew Horton. Slipping into a cinema on a rainy afternoon in Soho to watch Peter Strickland's In Fabric was one of my more psychedelic experiences in recent years. Poised just as the film is between the encroaching terror and glitzy laughability of consumerism, the score by Cavern Of Anti-Matter lingered even longer in the mind than the movie did.
Brimming with retro giallo soundtrack signposting, the spiralling melodic themes provided Tim Gane and synthesist Holger Zapf augment and mimic the film's hypnotic pace. From the flow of the devilish cursed dress at the heart of the movie, to the lingering sense of dread and melancholy behind every boldly colourful shop window, Cavern Of Anti-Matter perfectly augment In Fabric 's rich aesthetic.
Faster numbers like 'Hey! It's a deeply hypnotic combination that only grows more entrancing on his second album, Mas Amable. Read: Album review Buy from Norman Records. There's an interesting playfulness to the rhythms on upsammy's debut album, which share a close lineage with the kind of bumpy IDM that you can frequently expect to hear in her DJ sets.
Curious, fizzing melodies shine throughout, from the dubby 'Extra Warm' to the percussive, rolling energy of 'Subsoil' and chunky electro-esque 'Overflowering'. I've long admired upsammy's willingness to eschew obvious club functionality in the rhythms and melodies that typify her productions and DJ sets, and Zoom , her latest act in doing just that, is undoubtedly her best record yet.
Scacco Matto , Lorenzo Senni's latest effort for the Warp Records imprint, puts me in the mind of a brash sports car, something like a Lamborghini or whatever Richard Hammond has pinned to his wall. Jeremy Clarkson would love it and say, "Yes! James May would find it all a bit unnecessary. Ryan Alexander Diduck. If it had appeared at any other time, Run The Jewels 4 would hold up as a brilliant and extremely potent record, but the latest record from El-P and Killer Mike feels inseparable from the time it was released.
Appearing as the protests sparked by the death of George Floyd were hitting their peak, when the reality of just how much progress and change was to be achieved from amidst the turmoil, and when Mike's impassioned, eloquent and powerful speech to the people of his native Atlanta proved once again his incredible oratory skills, the duo's inherent vitality feels amplified just that little bit further. I dare say, the front room holds no fear Headroof is a dynamic, thrilling, absolutely blazing collaboration with several members of the Nyege Nyege family which took place at their Villa in Kampala, Uganda a year ago.
One of the biggest reasons Land Trance are such a successful project is the cohesion that constituent members Benjamin D. Duvall of Ex-Easter Island Head and Andrew PM Hunt of Outfit have established when combining their two voices; you can hear the former's psychedelic instincts being pushed further outside of the box by the latter's driving spirit and his innovative approach to instrumentation. The result is an unfathomably gorgeous album, lush and layered with a powerful and personal core.
Where Dua Lipa's debut album arrived eight months past its release date, no such misfortune befell its follow-up, Future Nostalgia , which arrived a week ahead of schedule earlier this year as many countries entered their coronavirus lockdowns. Drawing in all manner of '80s and '90s pop disco sheen 'Future Nostalgia', 'Physical , without getting lost in the past, Future Nostalgia is chock full of hooks and stylish pop bangers.
A desolate narrative woven throughout Dan Bejar's imagery often creates claustrophobic songs which, from the offset, are not for the faint-hearted. Bejar, our conduit in this realm, see-saws in his invitation to listeners to observe this place: "Just look at the world around, actually, no don't look," he intones on 'The Raven'.
This stark lament is continued when Bejar further implies that "the idea of the world is no good. Here, your chances of encountering the Boston Strangler are as good as coming across a gaggle of "chicken-shit singers paying their dues" or "another dead rich runaway. Certainly they remind me of other groups, are analogous to others, can be talked of in the same breath as more again — all of which is different from sounding like them.
Yet Flower Violence , their five-song debut album on local label Box, seems to harbour its own distinct tics of rhythm, arrangement and instrumental interplay. Jockstrap are a group still in their relative infancy, but their musical ideas and artistic vision here is fully formed. They're no longer an exciting prospect, but a divine force in their own experimental pop field; more than anything else, this EP whets the whistle for a full length.
Wicked City is the latest glimpse into their fully realised sonic kingdom, and I can't wait to spend more time there. Cal Cashin. Keeley Forsyth is able to create incredible depths with simple words and phrasing, combining them in a way that's elusive and yet makes full emotional contact. This is a boldly honest and startling debut. Lara C. Despite being heavily informed by the loss of her mother to cancer in , Katie Gately's second album is not so much about grief, as made with grief.
It is layered in every atom of the record, like a fifth element tying it all together. Part self-soothing machine, part banishing ritual, Loom is Gately's most artistically refined offering. In its grim landscape amid the terrors of grieving, ailing, raging bodies and ravaging hyper anxious brain chemistry, an eerie transcendence looms large. Opener 'Ilmestys' welcomes the listener with waves of throbbing synths and stark, repetitive rhythms like Cluster's evil twin.
Algiers' previous record, 's The Underside Of Power , was a doubling down on the dense wall of noise of its self-titled predecessor. The Guardian Posted Jun 15, Read full review. Towards Language. The Guardian Posted Jun 12, Read full review. The Guardian Posted Jun 8, Read full review.
Truth Is a Beautiful Thing. Their debut had moments of heft, but Truth Is a Beautiful Thing — which might as well be called Chillout Sessions: Ultimate Melancholy--drowns in its own despair. The Guardian Posted Jun 2, Read full review. The Guardian Posted Jun 1, Read full review. Home Counties. In the past their sampling has been atmospheric, but the snatches of Ken Bruce and Sports Report here are self-parodic. Thankful Villages, Vol. Its moods are wide.
There are strains of folk tunes on Tellisford, retro-by-numbers electronica on Cundall and Woolley, and more conventional songs, which come alive with guest vocals. The Guardian Posted May 30, Read full review. The Amazons. The Guardian Posted May 25, Read full review. Diversions Vol. Fans of the girlish northern voices of sisters Becky and Rachel Unthank, and the soft, shining piano of Adrian McNally, will adore it; others might get lost in the whispery sweetness of Dream Your Dreams and Never Pine for the Old Love, longing for more gravel and grit.
The Guardian Posted May 23, Read full review. The Cure. The Guardian Posted May 22, Read full review. With vocals smoother than a vat of cocoa butter, Evans moves from poignant duet Legacy, One in the Same to Juicy-style sexathon A Little Romance alongside him, although--naturally--it lacks a certain improvisation and cohesion. Parking Lot Symphony. The venerable label throwing everything at him in the hope that something sticks.
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