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? Listen: sachi - ”$$$uperjaMMMMM”

Running at a pace of distance through wet streets dripping with grime off building corners and street signs, awaiting for the next car horn to blare, and lights from around the corner blind your path. Quickly turning down the alley becomes...Show More Summary

Music Review: John Wiese - Deviate From Balance

John Wiese Deviate From Balance [Gilgongo; 2015] by Will Neibergall Rating: If you’ll indulge an unfair comparison, consider Valerio Tricoli’s 2014 album Miseri Lares. Without making determinations of causality or intention, we can say...Show More Summary

Music Review: Manfred Waffender - PLACES_IN_TIME | Thailand & Myanmar

Manfred Waffender PLACES_IN_TIME | Thailand & Myanmar [Gruenrekorder; 2014] by Birkut Rating: PLACES_IN_TIME is an audiovisual series curated by Gruenrekorder mainstay Manfred Waffender. Since 2007, the German multimedia artist has released...Show More Summary

? Listen: Yelle - “Moteur Action” (SOPHIE & A. G. Cook Remix)

Start with this: Add some of this: Plus a little bit of this: And you’ll get this: BONUS NEWS: In addition to their SXSW appearance(s), A. G. Cook and SOPHIE will be heading to The Echoplex in L.A. for some fun on March 27. Great reason to get your pants on. • SOPHIE: https://twitter.com/SOPHIEMSMSMSM • PC Music: https://soundcloud.com/pcmus

? Listen: Legowelt - “Deep Magic Begins Here”

In my Legowelt dossier, his real name (Danny Wolfers) isn’t so important, though I like to remember his seldom-used but delightful aliases such as Nacho Patrol, The Psychic Stewardess, Jackmaster Corky, and Twilight Moose, among others. Show More Summary

? Listen: Brian Blomerth - The Horny Bucket

“Your tail, it looks magnificent to me. It looks like a disgusting visage of my own face.” While rummaging around out there in the moldy shipping crates of the American noise underground, you’ll encounter plenty of eager characters who...Show More Summary

Kid Antoine attempts to justify his club royalty with debut EP Proximity, out on Her Records this month

Jesus, make some room, Vatican Shadow. You’re no longer the only electronic artist choosing to use war and militarism as inspirations for your music, even if the Copenhagen-based “Club Prince” Kid Antoine does seem to be doing so with less of a ferocious reaction. Show More Summary

Cerberus: Peals - Seltzer

By Strauss on Mar 02 2015 If there’s one thing we can all count on, it’s time. Right? We know that one-Mississippi will always take exactly one-Mississippi long to get through all those syllables. Maybe it’s intentional-irony, then,Show More Summary

Film Review: The Salvation (Dir. Kristian Levring)

The Salvation Dir. Kristian Levring [Nordisk Film; 2015] by Alan Zilberman Rating: Mads Mikkelsen has played everyone from a James Bond villain to Hannibal Lecter, yet in his native Denmark he gets the opportunity to play good guys, too. Show More Summary

Film Review: Ejecta (Dir. Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele)

Ejecta Dir. Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele [IFC Midnight; 2014] by Slouch Rating: Cinema has been slow to take up the challenge posed by YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon Prime, a world of multiple juxtapositions in endless windows. When it has,...Show More Summary

Premiere: Saffron - “Yalla (Moksa)”

House music has never been this jazz; visuals of night-drive drifting shift down to trip up the hop over protruding railroad tracks. Stagnant smoke clouds the car-roof’s interior. Like the ocean’s tide, “Yalla (Moksa)” by Saffron gives...Show More Summary

The Juan MacLean announce tour, get stuck in a Brooklyn-loop or “Brookhole”

Here’s a little look into how bands go on tour. Book a bunch of shows. Go play those shows. Each show should be in a different city each night. Or you could play it the way The Juan Maclean plays it and book six shows in Brooklyn. Whatever...Show More Summary

? Listen: Euglossine - COMPLEX PLAYGROUND

Smooth jazz the answer. Friend of TMT and heavy player in Gainesville, Florida’s Elestial Sound collective (who released a label-wide mixtape last month!), Euglossine is the newest addition to the Beer on the Rug rap sheet and Complex Playground might be Tristan’s most comprehensive yet. Show More Summary

Interview: Lotic

by SCVSCV • March 2015 The Janus club night is over (for now), and let’s face it, despite its lasting design impression, Dan DeNorch’s and Michael Ladner’s continued promotional careers, and our own efforts to describe the scene as a...Show More Summary

Cerberus: Sea Witch - As Above… So Below

By Grant 'Gumshoe' Purdum on Mar 02 2015 As Above… So Below ; shit Sea Witch, that’s the name of my favorite Forced Entry (80s thrash) record, and FE’s singer went to my junior high allegedly, so… Awww fuck it, yr all good, so long as you continue to hurt my ears every time you step into a studio to slam a tape track down. Show More Summary

NXNE throws down the gauntlet on Most Awesome Festival Lineup competition

Congrats, North by Northeast. You have done what’s quickly becoming unthinkable, namely building a music festival lineup that doesn’t make people who actually like music want to roll their eyes. This year, from June 17-21, the streets of Toronto will be alive with song. Show More Summary

? Listen: Seth Kasselman - Leaves From Istros

With the reflection of a well-rubbed prayer bowl, Seth Kasselman (a.k.a. one-third of Warm Climate) traverses the unexplored ground of self by-way of focusing listeners mentality. In Leaves From Istros, he draws from his electronic skill set by producing multiply-layered found-sound samples into an awry of descriptive sound imagination. Show More Summary

Music Review: Future Brown - Future Brown

Future Brown Future Brown [Warp; 2015] by SCVSCV Rating: Our modern metropoleis nobly and indignantly rise out of mud and desert, out of jungles and from islands — they rage while colorful flags fly outside the windows of high rises....Show More Summary

Music Review: Ibeyi - Ibeyi

Ibeyi Ibeyi [XL; 2015] by Ben Roylance Rating: The Diaz sisters (Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi), together known as Ibeyi, have given us an album of pop-folk-soul idiosyncratic that is, at times, brilliant enough to make one feel reductive in calling it anything so generalizing. Show More Summary

Watch: Nicolas Jaar - The Color of Pomegranates (OST)

This is too interesting to pass up. Famed electronic artist Nicolas Jaar recently uploaded his very own original score to The Color of Pomegranates, what is considered to be the legendary yet still underappreciated Armenian-Soviet filmmaker...Show More Summary

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