Prolific cult classic neo-psyc band The Brian Jonestown Massacre (BJM) released their 14th album to date earlier in the year, titled Revelation. I’ve been letting it soak in since first listening to it in May, and it has only improved with time. The band, known for it’s mix between addled dazzling psychedelic drones that could only be described as if the … Read More
Michio Kaku delivers an extraordinary and awe-inspiring presentation on the physics of the universe, in an understandable and concise video aimed at inspiring the younger generation of potential scientists to become physicists, as well as explaining why they should. It is plain and simple and really drives the point across to pretty much anyone, Kaku has a way of confidently drawing in … Read More
It’s been a 5 year wait for a new major release from quirky Mancunian nu-jazz artist Mr. Scruff‘s new album Friendly Bacteria. His previous albums have successfully used a very unique jazz vibe based on sampling and manipulating old jazz songs into catchy and progressive tunes. This album marks more of a mature and serious tone not explored before with … Read More
Ahead of their new album “Turn Blue”, I thought I’d look back on the album that brought The Black Keys into the spotlight.
Patatap.com is an audiovisual app which responds to the user’s keystrokes, much like a soundboard, but with animated feedback from a host of dynamic vector visuals. When pressing the spacebar it loads in another set to play with. I must say it’s highly addictive for playing about with and making beats, or just noise… Try it out below!
Django Django’s cover of The Monkees 1968 song, recorded for their Late Night Tales mix compilation and released as a 7″ single for Record Store Day 2014. Their LNT Mix is well worth a listen, with a diverse mix of influential artists, including Philip Glass, Canned Heat, Bob James and even Outkast.
The BBC recently rolled out the beta release of its new iplayer site dubbed ‘The New BBC iPlayer’, and I really think they nailed it on the head this time…
Are you still missing the days you spent navigating through outer space? Well you’re in luck, The Emperor Machine has a catalogue of music which emanates that cool retro space disco vibe you’ve been looking for. I’ve been following what I can of The Emperor Machine for a few years now—brainchild of Andy Meecham, (one half of house duo Chicken Lips)—and released … Read More
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