Watch SQUAREPUSHER perform “Dark Steering” and “303 Scopem Hard” live and in 1080p HD video at Electronic Beats Festival Vienna (12 October 2012) — TWITTER hashtag is #ebfest12
Factory Floor offer up a substantial distraction while the band put the finishing touches on their debut album, due out on DFA Records in early 2013. Their last single “Two Different Ways” is remixed by two different electronic music leaders. Richard H Kirk, co-founder of both Cabaret Voltaire and Sweet Exorcist, puts his own warped spin on the single, while Perc aka Ali Wells, takes the original and piles on his signature throbbing bass for the main remix. Perc also offers up a ‘Noisy Mix’ taking avant waves of feedback and noise and shaping into something unexpectedly beautiful. [Source]
Throughout their 36 year friendship Chris Carter, Peter ‘Sleazy’ Christopherson and Cosey Fanni Tutti produced many pioneering and acclaimed collaborative works together. These trio sessions were without exception always very productive; ideas that produced many hours of recordings, sound experiments, research in new performance possibilities, visuals, the ongoing design and building of new and innovative instruments; a constant restless exploration of new paths together. ‘The Final Report’ album has been completed from their final 2009/2010 sessions together at Chris and Cosey’s studio in Norfolk. This album stands as the final report; a celebration, a loving remembrance of their unique partnership. [Source]
!K7 wrapped up its series of free 27th anniversary EPs today, offering up exclusives from Apparat and Will Saul’s new project, Close. Grab the former below, alongside the complete tracklisting of the label’s limited box set, which includes all four EPs on colored vinyl, a pair of slipmats, and a USB drive preloaded with all 41 of !K7′s legendary DJ-Kicks mixes… [Source]
‘Lowly’ is taken from VCMG’s amazing debut album ‘Ssss’.
After 30 years working on their respective ongoing music projects, Vince Clarke (Erasure/Yazoo/Depeche Mode) and Martin Gore (Depeche Mode) come together for the first time since 1981 as VCMG to release a brand new album preceded by a series of EPs.
VCMG is the fruit of initially tentative discussion and subsequent enthused collaboration where Vince and Martin, both influential as pioneers in electronic music, get to exercise their lifelong love of the genre as the techno inspired VCMG.
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