Everlasting synthpop originators Depeche Mode return today with their new album Spirit. The album comes four years after Delta Machine, their last one, and they recorded it with Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford. Before the album's release, the only song that they shared was "Where's Your Revolution?," the vaguely political single. But the album is…
The 2017 Moogfest lineup includes Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Gotye, Suzanne Ciani, Derrick May, 808 State, Jessy Lanza, Simian Mobile Disco, Moor Mother, Syrinx, Visible Cloaks, Princess Nokia, Pye Corner Audio, Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein of S U R V I V E, and more. Continue reading…
The 1973 movie Tactus Tempus had an experimental-at-the-time all-synth score from composer Frank McCarty. And now, members of some of our finest synth-based acts -- Caribou, Hot Chip, Junior Boys, Simian Mobile Disco, Floating Points -- have teamed up to record a new version of that score, as Pitchfork reports. The new supergroup recorded a…
Members of Caribou, Floating Points, Simian Mobile Disco, Hot Chip, and Junior Boys are coming together for a new album performing the 1973 experimental score Tactus Tempus. The album is out March 17 on Bandcamp (via Geej Recordings) and March 24 everywhere else. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Simian Mobile Disco, Daft Punk, Fred Falke Song: Jetique - I Remember What's so good? Over the weekend a conversation came up where someone called my mother a bitch. Now, this was pretty upsetting. The repercussions to my self-esteem have yet to be fully realized. Show More Summary
Late last year, UK synthpop legends Depeche Mode announced new album Spirit, their first since 2013's Delta Machine. They worked on the LP with James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco, and they've just shared its first official single, a synthed-out stomp called "Where's The Revolution." Listen and check out Spirit's album art and tracklist below.
Depeche Mode have nailed down a firm release date for their upcoming album Spirit. The follow up to 2013’s Delta Machine is out March 17 via Columbia. The album was produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford. Depeche Mode have also announced that the album’s lead single, “Where’s the Revolution,” is coming this Friday. Show More Summary
The Essential Mix Featured Tracks From Artists Such As Matmos And Konstantin Sound.
Taken from the electronic musician's new DJ-Kicks mix.
S U R V I V E, The Haxan Cloak/Nick ZInner, Simian Mobile Disco, Laraaji, and others performing one-of-a-kind performances at this year's Moogfest. Continue reading…
Matthew Dear has announced a new DJ-Kicks mix–out January 27 via !K7. The mix features unreleased music from Dear, including two unheard Audion cuts. There are also tracks by Nils Frahm, Simian Mobile Disco, Pearson Sound, and others. “I...Show More Summary
German techno producer Recondite, who was just announced as part of the Primavera Sound 2017 lineup, is headlining a massive electronic New Years Eve party in Los Angeles. The three-stage, 10-hour "Minimal Effort" party starts at 4 PM...Show More Summary
On The Eve Of Their Fifth LP 'Welcome To Sideways,' Jas Shaw Looks Back At The Twists And Turns Of Simian Mobile Disco's Long Career.
Depeche Mode have shared the news on new album called “Spirit” that is going to be released in spring 2017. The album is created by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford. Spirit comes after the electronic band’s most recent announcement of...Show More Summary
The Influential British Electronic Band Will Also Tour Next Year In Support Of “Spirit.”
UK electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco are following up 2014’s spacey Whorl with a new album called Welcome To Sideways, which they describe in a Facebook post as “aimed squarely at the dancefloor.” It’ll be out 11/11 on their own Delicacies label, and today they’ve shared its sleek, pulsating lead single “Far Away From A […]
UK electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco have announced their first new album since 2014’s Whorl. It’s called Welcome to Sideways, and it’s out November 11 via Delicacies. Below, stream the album’s “Far Away From a Distance.” On September 20, the duo will release the song as a 12” single with a remix by Lena Willikens on its b-side. Show More Summary
The LP Is Called 'Welcome To Sideways.'
"We realize that from an outsider point of view, it can seem like we change quite radically with every album we do but from our point of view it always feels like a smooth transition." - SMD's James Ford. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Daft Punk, Simian Mobile Disco What's so good? You can't teach an old dog new tricks -- yadda yadda, whatever. Fuck new tricks, this is making up tricks and not sucking as bad as that movie Now You See Me. Justice are back. Show More Summary