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Releasing a new album after eight years of silence, Amon Tobin is going analog, looking for spontaneity and accepting imperfections while remaining pernickety about nuances and sound quality.
Flying Lotus just released his first song in five years and it looks to be a David Lynch-featured intro track. What a time to be alive.
It's been a while since we got a full-length Four Tet release. Yet, fresh from a weekend at Coachella, the London producer has dropped a slow-burning stand-alone track.
Two polymath musician-producers come together on this one. "Joy Techniques" is the raucous title track from Mercereau's upcoming album with the same name. Listen here.
The American drummer has released his second album with the Beat Music collective, influenced by the electronic production of Squarepusher and Aphex Twin. After collaborating with David Bowie and Brad Mehldau, his versatility continues to impress.
For Fragments du Monde Flottant (Fragments of the Floating World), Devendra Banhart offers a compilation of twelve unreleased demos by the likes of Arthur Russell, Nils Frahm, Rodrigo Amaranth and Vashti Bunyan. With the support of the Swiss label Bongo Joe (Altin Gün, Begayer, Hypercult … ), Devendra Banhart undertakes a playful curator's role for an anthology that is as elevated and intimate as his folk beginnings. From Los Angeles, he answers Qwest TV’s questions.