Featured, Interviews

Interview: Airhead

We’ve been fans of Airhead for some years now, writing about him twice in 2012, but his release schedule is painfully steady and considered. His last release came in 2014, the searing October / Macondo on Hemlock. Since then he’s been busy writing and touring with his childhood friend James Blake, as well as establishing party-slash-label 1-800 Dinosaur (alongside Blake, […]

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Interview: 8ULENTINA & DISMISS U Artists

Released in April, Tobago Tracks’ DISMISS U compilation is one of the most vital of the year. Assembled by producer, DJ and installation artist 8ULENTINA, the compilation showcases seven femme artists weaving diasporic narratives into dance tracks that reference, subvert and/or ignore Western club tropes. Although the release is cohesive, it resists easy categorisation: featured on the […]

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Featured, Interviews, Truancy Volumes

Truancy Volume 151: resom

Nadine Moser has spent many years being involved in music in many ways – as a fan, DJ, booker, organiser and activist. Under the name resom, her way of playing records is grounded in zeroing in on their subtleties and weaving together rich and diverse tapestries of sound, an approach well represented in her Truancy […]

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Interview: Will Saul & October

UK-based house label Aus Music are preparing their 100th release this July.  The label have released zeitgeist-defining EPs by acts like Midland, George Fitzgerald and Bicep before their names became ubiquitous with the contemporary scene. The feat is even more impressive considering it means they have roughly put out a record a month for a decade […]

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Truancy Volume 150: Laurel Halo

To mark the 150th Truancy Volume, we are very happy to share with you a mix from one of the most distinct and interesting artists around. Over the course of several EPs, two albums and many live performances, Laurel Halo has created music which is as strikingly original and engaging as it is unbound to […]

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Truancy Volume 149: chunyin

Truancy Volume 149 comes courtesy of Sydney-based chunyin, ahead of her forthcoming ‘Code Switch’ EP on Off Out. Many will know chunyin from her pop project Rainbow Chan, a local favourite who has been working in the scene for many years. chunyin, however, is the grit under Rainbow Chan’s poppy sheen, the foggy night to its […]

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Truancy Volume 148: Peder Mannerfelt

Peder Mannerfelt is an artist who has been working in the liminal spaces of electronic music for around a decade, beginning with early releases under the alias The Subliminal Kid. In the ensuing time he has gone on to lend his chops behind the scenes on albums for Fever Ray, Blonde Redhead and Glasser, and released a trio of diverse and cinematic […]

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Interview: Space Dimension Controller

We’ve been fans of Space Dimension Controller from the start, featuring him way back in the (relative) infancy of both our own blog and his career in early 2011. Since then he’s traversed worlds with his mind-expanding releases for R&S, focused on the floor with 12″s for Clone, and right now he’s preparing the release of […]

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Truancy Volume 147: Silk Road Assassins

Hot on the heels of their debut EP Reflection Spaces for Planet Mu and ahead of their Fabric appearance this Friday, we’re thrilled to present Silk Road Assassins for Truancy Volume 147. Formed by Coyote Records mainstays and longtime friends Chemist and Tom E Vercetti, along with their university classmate Lovedr0id, Silk Road Assassins pair the […]

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Truancy Volume 146: Iglew

Our 146th Truancy Volume comes from Iglew, a producer based in grime’s square waved legacy and who caught our eye last year with a series of unreleased tracks, rips and his ‘Urban Myth’ EP released on Mr. Mitch’s very own Gobstopper Records. Since then he’s remained relatively quiet throughout 2016, but continues to reach out […]

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Premiere: Mount Bank – We Could Be Real

Mount Bank’s new album, Counter Real, is a work for both travelling and sitting stationary, for both action and contemplation. How you choose to engage with it is of course up to you, but we’re sure that you’ll find great value in the exceptionally strong craftsmanship featured within and the ideas that are being played […]

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