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Articles tagged drum 'n' bass, rephlex, aphex twin, ltj bukem

Wednesday, November 2 2011

Goldie: Fabriclive 58

The drum 'n' bass pioneer breaks the silence with this new mix. It's vintage Metalheadz ... circa 1997.


Sunday, October 9 2011

The Survival of the Industrial Sonic in a Deindustrialized West

In the '90s, industrial music crossed over into the mainstream with heavy guitar and massive personalities, but blue collar labor itself was disappearing...


Tuesday, March 29 2011

DMX Krew:  Wave Funk/Prolapse of the Wave Function

A gigantic bag of goodies and just-okay-ies from a leading name in electro.


Wednesday, December 1 2010

My Life With the Tape Hiss Cult

When we think of our experiences with electronic music, we can follow a thought trail that leads like a Wikipedia article from one incendiary album to many others. Their qualities are not always alike but for one: the nostalgic thread that runs through them.


Monday, October 18 2010

His Dark Exotica: Ennio Morricone - “Pazuzu (Theme From Exorcist II)”

“Pazuzu (Theme From Exorcist II)” is about channeling. The track does not play prominently in the film. Rather, it emerges in aural corners and suggests all the witchery, locust-vision, and demonic possession that Regan and crew play out on the screen.


Thursday, December 17 2009

Various Artists: Warp (Chosen) / Warp (Recreated)

Warp wonders aloud who it is in 2009 and who it was for the past 20 years. Who it will be in the future is anybody's guess.


Tuesday, September 8 2009

Wisp: The Shimmering Hour

Reid Dunn's debut long-player for Rephlex is full of juicy bass and cleanly separated glitch, but he manages to blend these ingredients into a brick wall rather than using them to break that wall down.


Wednesday, August 12 2009

LTJ Bukem: Fabriclive 46

Legendary and controversial drum 'n' bass producer Bukem breaks out of his years-long hiatus, and mass indifference, with this high-profile mix. So what's changed since Logical Progression in '96?


Wednesday, August 29 2007

The Tuss: Rushup Edge

Who the hell does Richard D. James think he's kidding here?


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