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Thursday, May 29 2014

Brian Eno and Karl Hyde: Someday World

Two naturally complementary collaborators make half of an OK album and half of what could have been one of the best records of the year.


Thursday, May 9 2013

Karl Hyde: Edgeland

One half of Underworld goes solo and avoids the two main pitfalls of doing so, redundancy and pointless novelty.


Wednesday, May 8 2013

Close to the Edgeland: An Interview with Underworld’s Karl Hyde

Karl Hyde's new album consolidates Underworld's lyrical themes through his own unique sense of place, crafting an album which celebrates a generation of British "un-identity". Here, Hyde discusses the album in vivid detail, including his fascination with cities, and the cultural schizophrenia of the modern generation.


Wednesday, May 18 2011

Underworld: Frankenstein:  Music From the Play

By summoning Underworld to score his production, Danny Boyle found the real key to his victory. While Frankenstein the play has its flaws, Underworld's score is largely remarkable.


Sunday, September 26 2010

Underworld: Barking

Underworld have always stood in the top tier of electronic dance music producers. But on their new album Barking, Hyde and Smith collaborate with a variety of electronic producers to create a strong, eclectic album that is their best in a decade.


Friday, September 3 2010

Underworld: iTunes Festival: London 2010

A bit of a teaser, Underworld’s iTunes released set from London’s Roundhouse on July 17, 2010 harkens back to their classics but also hints forthcoming songs on Barking may not contain the same frantic live energy.


Wednesday, June 23 2010

Vampires vs. Werewolves: An Immortal Pop Rivalry

Pop culture thrives on rivalries, but few are as epic as the one between werewolves and vampires -- a rivalry which predates Twilight by, oh, some 60 years.


Friday, May 14 2010

Underworld - “Scribble” Premieres on the BBC (MP3 / video)

With Karl Hyde and Rick Smith putting together the final touches on a new Underworld album, new track "Scribble" makes its premiere on BBC Radio 1.


Sunday, February 14 2010

Point Omega by Don DeLillo

Entirely too long at 117 pages, Don DeLillo’s latest novel was inspired by an installation at the Museum of Modern Art in 2006 called 24 Hour Psycho.


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Surfin’ the Sound Waves (Moving Pixels) [17.Mar.08]
Underworld: Oblivion With Bells (Reviews) [15.Oct.07]
Underworld (Reviews) [28.Sep.07]
Underworld: The Riverrun Project (Reviews) [17.Aug.06]
Underworld (2003) (Reviews) [26.Jan.04]
Underworld (2003) (Reviews) [18.Sep.03]
Underworld (Reviews) [6.Nov.02]
Underworld: A Hundred Days Off (Reviews) [17.Oct.02]
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