The return of Richard D. James triumphantly lived up to expectations.
Zipporah soothes of any stress with this packed show of healing hip hop, Japanese jazz, Ugandan bass, Ethopian stompers, Pakistani garage, Palestinian beats, Tel Aviv deep cuts and much more.
Method and the rest presented presented in stunning fashion
After 13 years of musical abstinence, Aphex Twin returns with easily the most anticipated album of 2014.
Five seminal tracks by the electronic music pioneer
11-track electronic whirlwind debut album from the Brixton-based producer, out on Fabric’s label Houndstooth.
Aphex Twin meets Fela Kuti in Auntie Flo’s choral crossed with tribal edit
It’s safe to say that Aphex Twin, known as the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music today, has had a pretty interesting 2011. Kanye West sampled the track Avril 14th off the 2001 drukQs album to make a melancholic love joint with John Legend called Blame Game. Now, Dutch-born RnB/Neo-Soul singer Mar (of Full Crate & Mar) and North London counterpart Szjerdene have collaborated to showcase their version of the famous piano track. It is in keeping with Mar’s Variation project, which has him reinterpreting old songs in his own style, accompanied by some very cinematic videos. The video for Avril 14th is a bit heavy, (it might even be a homage to Aphex Twin’s notoriously messed up music videos) but we love the new interpretation – AAAAND it’s a free download which you can get here.