What We’re Listening To Vol.11. A 30 minute mix of the Electronic sounds we’re digging at the moment. Compiled by Efraim Carlebach, it includes tracks by Shigeto, Burial, Shlohmo, Soosh, Daedelus, Evian Christ, Lo-Velo and Ernest Gonzales.
Now in its 8th year, MIDI festival has become somewhat of a mecca for music lovers who have a certain infatuation with the lavish beaches of South France. This year MIDI hosts an all-embracing lineup of talent, from the folk-falsetto god Bon Iver to electronic chameleon SBTRKT. What’s more is the enthralling locations where artists will be performing; with Future-Garage/House outfits Disclosure, Pearson Sound and 123MRK playing at the core of a pine forest under the stars till the morning, whilst Almanarre Beach (the windsurfing capital of the France) and Hyères racecourse take care of the rest.
Music x Vibes = JoLeon Davenue. So reads his Facebook page, so if you add a bit of Jazz and Hip-Hop into the mix it should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Wet and dreary weather blessed the first day of the Jubilee Weekend and second of Summer in Bristol, but thankfully Dot To Dot’s nationally-touring festival provided a suitable ailment. Bristol played first host (followed by Nottingham and Manchester on Sunday and Monday) to a line-up of internationally-recognised and local acts across seven of the city’s venues. Click for the full review…
Regular readers will know how much we dig cross-genre experiments with African sounds…
As if the connoisseurs behind Outlook Festival hadn’t provided us with enough festivities to drool over this summer, they’re sister festival Dimensions will be unloading even more Electronic nutrition to feast
A Melbourne boom-bap renaissance on Soul Has No Tempo.
A chopped and screwed rework from “the Dilla of Deptford” of Rhythm Section.
A sparse, experimental take on modern classical and jazz on Hôtel Costes.
A live jam of deep atmospheric electronics from the Public Possession affiliate.
1972 Library jazz, 1986s Swedish ambient to 1983 German electronic folk and 1997 French downtempo.
A live jam of dreamy, leftfield techno from the Roses Are Red boss.
Katia Mullova explores the lessons we might learn from Coronavirus lockdown to create a more environmentally-friendly gig economy and community at large.
Katia Mullova assesses the wider implications of this annual focus on data sharing.
A behind the scenes look at Berlin’s unassuming open air party spot.