Category Archives for Interviews

Q&A: Rival Consoles

For the past two years, Rival Consoles has put out two hefty EPs on Erased Tapes each time autumn has rolled around. This year, he’s returning to the label with his third album, Howl. Like his previous work (some of … Continue reading

06. October 2015 by Aidan Hanratty
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Truancy Volume 129: Bicep

Today’s Truancy Volume comes from our favourites AKA the boys behind Bicep. We first heard of Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar a few years ago through their very own blog Feel My Bicep, and they have been two of our … Continue reading

30. September 2015 by Soraya Brouwer
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Premiere: Jack Sheen – Jupiter/Saturn

To many, classical and club music inhabit completely different worlds. For Jack Sheen, however, he brings influences from both in his own work. A recent transplant to London from Manchester, Jack is a classically-trained composer and conductor who has worked alongside … Continue reading

21. September 2015 by Antoin Lindsay
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Truancy Volume 128: Damon Bell

Based in Oakland, Damon Bell‘s sets of of nu jazz, 80’s boogie, Brazilian bossa and afro-beat has made him a much revered DJ in the state of California, holding down famed residencies at places such as Supper Club, Green Circle … Continue reading

17. September 2015 by Riccardo Villella
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Functions Of The Now XV: E.M.M.A.

For the fifteenth edition of Functions Of The Now we’re extremely pleased to present a long time Truants favourite E.M.M.A. The world’s first introduction to E.M.M.A. came via clubnight-turned-label Wavey Tones’s inaugural release Rainbow Dust Part II, featuring the exceptional grime-gone-funky … Continue reading

14. September 2015 by Simon Docherty
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