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Elephant Disco Wants You to “Get Righteous”

Yasmine Akim discovers the fuel to the nu-disco trio's fire, as they unveil the new music video for their debut single. Elephant Disco photographed by Youyang Yu. Released on May 27th this year, “Get Righteous” is the debut single from Elephant Disco. Written and...

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Introducing: the mermaid café

Coinciding with the release of their debut single, Sidney Franklyn takes a peek into the delicate little world carved out by the experimental pop duo. Joanna Ward and Ruari Paterson-Achenbach performing at the 2019 Queens' Arts Festival. Photograph by Evelina Gumileva...

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Threads* International – 11/12-Jul-20

A 37 hour non-stop AudioVisual stream bringing together 6 locations from across the globe. Sharing music and visual art in solidarity. Expect visual artists pairing with local musicians, left-of-centre sounds accompanied by extraterrestrial sightings, and immersive...

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Bonasforsa Live at EartH – 13-Mar-20

In history, Bonasforsa was a 16th century Polish queen of Italian origin, and in present it's also the Italo-Polish electronic duo Krzysztof Kozber and Rico Casazza. Bonasforsa will perform tracks from their new upcoming album and also some bits from their debut long...

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Threads* livestream from Space.Zero Russia – 22-Feb-20

TIMETABLE (GMT+2) 22:00 GRST LIVE (UK) | 20:00 GMT23:00 MLLFFN LIVE (RU) | 21:00 GMT00:00 ukhao LIVE (RU) | 22:00 GMT01:00 Peter Kirn LIVE (US/DE) feat. Valentin Tszin Dancing (RU/DE) | 23:00 GMT02:00 Ewa Justka LIVE (PL/UK) | 00:00 GMT03:00 Kamikaze Space Programme...

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Definition Hardcore: Channelling Nineties Discourse

Following last month's German trance feature, Biodegradable Soundsystem's second edition sees Eleanor Bickers map the shifting tides of digital hardcore. Molly Macindoe, A New Year’s Eve, Mill Mead Road, Tottenham Hale, London (1997) Photograph © Molly Macindoe, 1997....

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ALBUM REVIEW: Balm – Mauve (2020)

Sidney Franklyn gets to grips with the ambient duo’s sensory debut. Cover art by Roman Serra (@rserrarserra) Mauve, the debut album from Amsterdam-based ambient duo Balm, is an exercise in restraint. Every moving part faultlessly enacts its own appointed function;...

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