Directed by Dean Blunt. Actress‘ new album AZD is out now on Ninja Tune.
Forest Swords, aka Merseyside producer Matthew Barnes, has shared a video for Raw Language, a standout track from his sophomore album Compassion, out now via Ninja Tune. The track features Barnes experimenting with balancing the organic sounds of string stabs and choral samples with powerful sequenced drums, dissolving into distorted tenor sax part way through,… Read more »
Bicep – the Belfast-born, London-based duo of Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson – announce the second track to be taken from their forthcoming debut album. Glue embodies the raw energy of UK rave culture, references skeletal UKG and could have emerged from the studio of Orbital or The Future Sound Of London at their trailblazing… Read more »
Actress has collaborated with the London Contemporary Orchestra on a new EP, titled Audio Track 5. Producer Darren Cunningham aka Actress, joined by the London Contemporary Orchestra, premiere new material as well as expanded arrangements of their dark and brooding electronica. Showcased last year at The Barbican Centre London and Strelka Institute Moscow and in… Read more »
Russian born Anastasia Vtorova is based in Berlin and makes music under the name Machine Woman. Prior to joining the Technicolour ranks, she has released two 12”s – via the self-titled imprint of Swedish producer Peder Mannerfelt (2015) and UK label Where To Now? (2016) – and a handful of very limited cassettes via Sacred… Read more »
Nathan Fake releases his Providence Reworks: Part I EP on August 11 via Ninja Tune.
Just in time for Summer’s warm up arrives Romare’s Come Close To Me (Live Session 1), a hazy, pulled-apart live edit of the single taken from his 2016 LP Love Songs: Part Two. Along with the track, which rides out like a slow-burning exercise in self-sampling, is a witty, 80’s inspired music video drenched in… Read more »
Bicep – the Belfast-born, London-based duo of Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson – release their self-titled debut album on September 1 via Ninja Tune. A record that truly encapsulates their history and the distillation of their passion for music and club culture since their first release in 2010. With the announcement, they share lead single… Read more »
Having just completed immensely successful tours in Europe and North America in support of his acclaimed new record Migration, Bonobo has announced a new 3-song EP, out digitally today. The EP features an analog version of Migration favorite Bambro Koyo Ganda, which heavily features Moroccan by-way- of New York City band Innov Gnawa, and the… Read more »
UMFANG shares Where Is She, taken from the forthcoming album Symbolic Use Of Light, which drops June 16 on Ninja Tune‘s Technicolour imprint. Speaking to The FADER, who premiered the track online she explains that “the title refers to the feeling of being in a club and losing your friends for 15 minutes or maybe… Read more »