Scorn’s new LP adds to the foundation Mick Harris built 30 years ago. We spoke with Mick Harris, Kool Keith, and Submerged about how their universes collided.
As we wobble out of a nightmarish pandemic, Ziúr’s Antifate might be the soundtrack to our awkward efforts to wipe the cobwebs from our wings.
Saxophonist Warren Walker unbuckles his modern jazz seat belt to hitch a ride on his modular synthesizer on (n)Traverse Vol. 1.
The founder of Mute Records and his brilliant production collaborator have crafted countless masterpieces together over the years, but their long-in-the-works Sunroof project didn’t get around to releasing their debut album until 2021. This is their story.
Toronto experimental multimedia collective Intersystems return with a new album that’s just as adventurous and unsettling as the music they made decades ago.
Combining field recordings with quiet, droning musical touches, A Softer Focus from experimentalist Claire Rousay may be her strongest work yet.
In this interview with Jan St. Werner, the veteran electronic musician discusses how Mouse on Mars have attempted to blur the distinction between machine intelligence and empathy on their new album AAI.
On Theory of Ice, renowned Michi Saagig Nishnaabeg scholar, writer, and artist, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson speaks and sings of the urgency of taking care of a planet in peril.
Visionist’s A Call to Arms is a success. Louis Carnell has dialed down on the noise and written the most straightforward, emotionally-charged work of his career.
Brooklyn-based composer Rachika Nayar’s first full-length album Our Hands Against the Dusk is infused with a kaleidoscopic beauty.
Blanck Mass proves that electronic music is one of the few genres evolving and innovating right before our very ears. In Ferneaux is evidence that even if one guy has conceivably “done it all”, there’s still plenty more to do.