Slackk – Aviary

Praise for Slackk’s Backwards Light EP on R&S from last year came from far and wide, with the instrumental Grime producer tugging at the ears of audiences from disparate corners of the musical spectrum. What Paul Lynch established as Slackk during that release is a matured Grime sound that can

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+plattform – tm22

After making a first appearance on Ploink, Stian Balducci made a formidable impression on the world as his +plattform alias in the world of Techno. His dubby brand of electronica, anchored in the dystopian world of an industrialised music, features the sinister qualities of Germany without disenfranchising his audience. Balducci’s

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Ytamo – Mi Wo

Can that differential between low and high art ever be narrowed. Visual artists, even those that work in “pop art”, have tried but very few actually succeed, with their work very rarely making a fundamental influence to the masses and often requiring the type of academic snobbery that would make

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Utopia – A Q&A with Andrew Tuttle

Andrew Tuttle might be more familiar as his previous artistic alter ego Anonymeye to most fans of avant garde electronica. The Australian composer and producer has been a familiar edition to Lawrence English’s Someone Good imprint as the aforementioned moniker in the past and when that Imprint went on temporary

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Gidge – Lulin

It’s a curious thing when an artist’s direct environment is said to influence his/her/their work. Can something as concrete as nature or a building actually have a direct effect on something as abstract as music? Or are we just manipulated by our own subjective impulses to draw a correlation between

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