Founded by The Rapture and James Friedman, the mighty Throne of Blood records cannot be messed with. They've blogged for us in the past, but we've now decided they're so unbelievably awesome they need their own profile. Everyone bid a warm welcome to James Friedman and his crew of esteemed bloggers! In this post, Throne of Blood signee Call Super riffs passionately on his love of blues music, which makes for a very interesting read indeed.
And it’s a highly satisfying journey into sophisticated & sexxxed-up, slo-mo evening vibes that gazes deeply into the mirror ball, but never gets lost. In Plant Music founder, Dominique Keegan’s world, it’s seemingly summer all year round and everyone rocks ruffled white suits and vintage Versace dresses while partying on a rooftop overlooking a vast tropical vista where palms trees sway in time with the beat of the Plant Music drum.
Dunkel Radio's Andreas Rosendal lists the dance floor jams that float his boat at this moment in time.
Joy Orbison's podcast for the ever dependable Resident Advisor is a ride that finds the elusive artist in a more diplomatic mood.
The Dunkel Radio peeps interview the one-man, Bavarian, Detroit-inspired analog orchestra on air. Listen to the full-length interview after the jump.
The maximalist badman from Glasgow tears up New York’s hipster hub and rocks TMA-1s while doing it. Our Tuesday just got a wee bit better.
And what better way to warm up than with the first single from that album?
Coming to a London street near you! AIAIAI and acclaimed Japanese sound artist, Yuri Suzuki, have realized an ambitious design- and sound art project involving an eye-catching 'Sound Taxi' that records the surrounding noise of London and turns it into music. The Taxi is driving around London now and livestreaming from the entire trip!
It must be the feeling of an endless gratitude in the air that makes this festival such a special place to be each year. We do not recommend missing this one. Starting today, September the 2oth!
Tri Angle’s latest signing knocks our socks off with a track that sounds like the actual, physical realization of warp drive technology. Ladies and gentlemen, the 22-year-old Bristolian producer known as Vessel is floating in space.
Touching and visually superior short film by Kahlil Joseph featuring music from the new Flying Lotus album. Words are redundant...
Here at AIAIAI we love to discover new music and therefore devote quite some time to do just that. There's a certain satisfaction in digging up little-known gems. However, recent years have seen a boom in great apps that help you discover new music and if you have an iPad or iPhone, why not use the means at your disposal?
Diana says you should check out Hhappiness. Do it now!
In which one of our favorite DJ-slash-producers gets pensive and introvert with vibrant vocals and soaring soundscapes.
The lean king of sleazed-up techno, Detroit’s favorite new son of the motor city beat, gave it hard and fast to the Royal Stage at the opening night of Trailerpark.
It’s going down and it’s going down hard. 3 days, 3 stages, 59 acts and a horde of party freaks, is the relentless order of the weekend. Moreover, this year we’ve got an AIAIAI stage, so there’s no excuse not to come. Mesdames et messieurs, let us take you by the hand and guide you into the sweet, soul-destroying oblivion that is Trailerpark Festival 2012!
And chances are that the new man in black has crafted yet another breathtaking opus filled with uplifting avant-pop and darkly romantic, 21st century soul. An essential purchase, in other words.
Cybergoths, gangsta caps, snakes and medieval weaponry; it can only be the latest Grimes video.
Is very good. No, seriously, you should listen to it. Now.
Okay, so this particular flavour isn’t completely new. Aster’s 'Danza' was released at the beginning of this month… but we hope you can let the slight lateness slide when you immerse yourself in the all-around sickness of this tune.
Rasmus reviews the documentary that captures LCD Soundsystem's last stand.
The on-point Resident Advisor interview the undisputed heavyweight shaman of electronic music.
Our hats off to you, Scuba. Very few people can pull off a video that so blatantly rips off the 90s. If you’re in need of a little pick me up after a long day at work, the hip hop freshness and golden- age-of-rave piano styles of Scuba's latest single is where it’s at.
The ever excellent FACT Mag made a sweet guide to starting your own label with the help of Scuba, Untold and Amanda Brown.