Long-lost Neil Young album reportedly coming this summer

The Godfather Grunge spoke about the recordings in his 2014 memoir. A long-lost Neil Young album, which was recorded at Malibu’s Indigo Ranch Studios in 1976, is set to be unearthed this summer. As Stereogum reports, Young fansite Thrasher’s Wheat stumbled across Hitchhiker listed on online vinyl store Diverse Vinyl, with a release date July 14. Hitchhiker‘s title track was ficially released in 2010 on Young’s Le Noise album. An album cover, […]

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Farr Festival reveals new main stage for 2017, The Factory

The new space will host sets from Todd Terje and Booka Shade. Farr Festival has revealed an all-new main stage for this year’s event, a “super-size” 2,500-person space called The Factory. The stage will be comprised 52 shipping containers in a rectangle formation that feature “pulsating LED lighting rods” together with a custom-built L-Acoustics sound system. It will be dedicated to […]

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Emptyset and Mouse on Mars's Jan St. Werner on the evolution of sound

Earlier this year, Emptyset released Borders, their Thrill Jockey debut. The experimental duo sat down with Thrill Jockey veteran Jan St. Werner Mouse on Mars to talk about music production, the evolution sound and much more. On first listen, it would seem that British/American industrial sound architects Emptyset and German electronic trickster Jan St. Werner (best known for his work […]

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7 pieces of gear that helped shape Radiohead's timeless OK Computer

OK Computer marked a noticeable shift from the guitar-led anthems The Bends towards the more experimental sound that would define Radiohead’s later music. But how did the band craft the album’s dense collage  sound? 20 years on from the release OK Computer, Scott Wilson picks out seven pieces gear used to make the landmark LP. In 1996, Radiohead entered the studio […]

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Industrial legend Drew McDowall on Coil and confronting global crisis

Drew McDowall is legendary for his contributions to experimental greats Coil and Psychic TV, but over the past few years he’s forged his own path, releasing equally boundary-crushing solo music. Ahead the release his new album Unnatural Channel, McDowall talks Chris Zaldua about finding his artistic voice and today’s turbulent political times. Drew McDowall has probably worked on some your favorite records, whether you […]

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Above & Beyond Announce Anjunabeats Worldwide 07 + Tour

Anjunabeats is a hive musical activity. Between Above & Beyond albums, acoustic work, Anjunadeep, and the entire roster Anjuna there is always new music. The storied label is ready to announce its next compilation and accompanying tour. Anjunabeats Worldwide 07 will be mixed by none other than Grum. On top this announcement, Grum will be taking the team on tour […]

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Meet the synth hero reimagining Zelda and your other favorite Super Nintendo soundtracks

Lockhart, Texas resident Will Patterson won the applause video game and electronic music fans last month for his analog synth reworking the soundtrack to The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past. Miles Bowe asks what’s next in his series and if he’d ever give Sega Genesis a chance. Vintage is always in, but when it comes to synths […]

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The Most Calming Music for Dogs Ever Created

Music has been scientifically proven to relax anxious dogs.  But what if an artist specifically wrote calming music for dogs, not humans?  The results were pretty amazing. It started with a tense, stressed-out dog.  The owner that dog, Daisy, is singer-songwriter gnash, best known for the hit, ‘i hate you, i love you’.  After using medication and consulting with an animal behaviorist, […]

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Jaden Smith is starting a rock band with his sister Willow

Make some room for The Smiths. Jaden Smith only recently shared his plans for a K-pop release, but now the US artist has revealed that he is starting a rock band with his sister Willow. Jaden – who showed up on Justin Bieber’s 2010 track ‘Never Say Never’ – shared a clip a new untitled song on Twitter, accompanied by the […]

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How Carl Craig brought his best tracks to life for the orchestra on Versus

Detroit techno legend Carl Craig is, quite rightly, one the most celebrated electronic musicians all time. Chal Ravens talks to Craig about his most ambitious album to date, Versus, a daring attempt to recompose some his most recognizable tracks for orchestra. Carl Craig believes “there’s a time for everything”. Just because you’ve completed a track, he says, doesn’t mean it […]

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