Articles tagged ninja tune

27 Apr 2015 // 1:03 AM

Portico: Living Fields

The shift from Portico Quartet to Portico wasn't an evolution; it was a dismantling, a removal of so much of the soul that once made them vital.

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18 Jul 2013 // 10:03 PM

Emika: DVA

Has Emika, the Native Instruments sound designer and Ninja Tune stalwart, lived up to the hype and the promise shown on her experimental, laptop-driven self-titled debut, a work that joined the dots between hypnotic German techno and the sub-heavy styling of London’s underground dubstep scene?

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Bonobo: The North Borders

The chameleonic producer's fourth album persists with his well-honed priorities: grooves over songs, moods over meanings, and textures over structures.

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Roots Manuva: 4everevolution

Roots Manuva uses the opportunity of a new album to fly in directions he's never even hinted at.

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2 Aug 2011 // 9:00 PM

Fink: Perfect Darkness

Fin "Fink" Greenall produces a fourth LP of dark, organic folk tunes that confirms his status as one of the most intriguing acts on London independent label Ninja Tune.

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25 May 2011 // 9:00 PM

Amon Tobin: ISAM

After four years of work, Amon Tobin returns with the most forward-thinking electronic album you're likely to hear for quite some time: the stunning ISAM.

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22 May 2011 // 9:00 PM

Dels: GOB

Throughout GOB, Dels's fearlessness comes through; he doesn't soften his words or his beats with easy hooks.

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The Herbaliser: Herbal Tonic

Career-spanning collection of hip-hop, jazz, funk, and more from one of the charter Ninja Tune acts.

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Various Artists: Ninja Tune XX

Outside the Ninja Tune "sound" is where the real treats of these compilations lie.

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16 May 2010 // 9:00 PM

Poirier: Running High

The remixes of Running High point out that despite Poirier's willingness to experiment with styles bound to the dancefloor, his methods are still terribly limited.

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21 Jan 2010 // 9:00 PM

Blockhead: The Music Scene

Returning to the darkness that he was so comfortable with on his first two albums, Blockhead sounds like he's home and loving it.

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Ghislain Poirier - “Wha La La Ling feat. Face T” (video)

I never liked the direction Ghislain Poirier has been headed in recently… until I saw this video of “Wha La La Ling” from his new

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5 Mar 2009 // 7:59 PM

Shuttle: Tunnel/Rotten Guts

This will stand as one of the best electronic singles of 2009.

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This is from a new Videos Remixes Rarities DVD set the legendary Ninja Tune A/V duo is coming out with.  They have a

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The Herbaliser: Same as It Never Was

With a new look, new label, and fully funkified sound, London's Herbaliser have officially gone to the next level.

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Various Artists: You Don’t Know: Ninja Cuts

You must know about the biggest indie hip-hop and electronic label by now. If you don't, and you'd like to maintain an iota of self-respect, this three CD compilation is a superb starting point.

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