Thursday, December 10 2009
We have no idea where the hell electronic music is going in the next decade, but if you can't find something in the wide stew of sonics out there to get excited about, check your pulse. You're probably dead.
Tuesday, March 10 2009
British electronic artist Bibio has just released his third album, Vignetting the Compost. He tells us about his work and love for Walt Whitman in these 20 Questions.
Wednesday, January 29 2014
Bibio has made a collection of meditations and variations on a theme, more in line with classical composers than DJs.
Wednesday, May 15 2013
Eclectic producer Stephen Wilkinson's seventh studio album is a richly textured, often pretty, but strangely detached effort.
Wednesday, April 6 2011
Much like Ambivalence Avenue, Bibio's latest offering, Mind Bokeh, should make him a household name.
Wednesday, December 2 2009
Bibio caps off what may prove to be the best year of his life with The Apple and the Tooth, a well-deserved victory lap and a celebration of his new identity.
Wednesday, July 8 2009
Bibio reinvents himself as a number of different people -- Neil Young, J Dilla, Ariel Pink, bands named after animals -- but retains a thematic proximity to the idea of the persistence of memory.
Wednesday, June 26 2013
He's a brilliant guitarist, a frighteningly good electronic producer, and he may have just released his best album yet. Bibio talks about about the greatest Cocteau Twins album of all time, recreating Withnail & I in his daily life, and how everyone, everywhere, should be listening to Alan Watts.