Listen to an unreleased Delia Derbyshire track, 'Future Ghosts'

Spliced together from a seemingly lost archive over 300 tape reels. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop — the sound artists behind famous early electronic TV soundtracks like Doctor Who and Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy — have unveiled an unreleased highlight from their most famous member, the late Delia Derbyshire. Titled ‘Future Ghosts’, the piece was made various elements from Derbyshire’s […]

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8 of the most important modular synthesizers in music history

It’s Modular Synth Day on FACT! We’re marking the first birthday our Make Music section with a celebration modular synths, the artists that patch with them and they music they make. Find it all here. The modular synth has evolved from a gigantic, impractical musical instrument to something that’s regularly seen in the studio and on stage. But how does a modular […]

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Gregg Kowalsky announces new album L'Orange, L'Orange on Mexican Summer

Hear the gorgeous opening track now. Ambient artist Gregg Kowalsky has announced L’Orange, L’Orange which is due this November Mexican Summer. Though he’s released albums on experimental institutions like Kranky, Root Strata and Digitalis Recordings, this marks Kowalsky’s first for Mexican Summer. Today you can hear the gorgeous opening track ‘L’Ambience, L’Orange’. “I just wanted to make music to make […]

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Singles Club: Björk's first single from her "Tinder album" is one to swipe right on

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, we enter Björk’s hallucinogenic Utopia with the first single from her eagerly-awaited ninth album, while Burial returns from the shadows with another surprise new track, ‘Rodent’. Elsewhere, Four Tet gives us another glimpse at incoming new album New Energy, NAO’s ‘Nostalgia’ is actually fairly […]

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