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Polish-born artist switches up from last month's accomplished debut album

We were first turned onto The Phantom, aka Bartosz Kruczynski, by the spacey syncopated tump of 'Ockhams Razor' on Pets Recordings back in 2011 and...

German DJ and musician Lena Willikens is proud to be an outsider, and her leftfield approach to dance music, art and noise resonates with followers...

Lena Willikens has always been an outsider. Born in the south-west German city of Stuttgart to a Hungarian architect mother and an artist father, formative...

This evergreen breakbeat hardcore missive influenced the likes of The Prodigy and the whole of the early UK rave scene. Ben Murphy charts its story...

“I saw that record go from street level and get bigger and bigger, and there was no video for it, no promotion, nothing,” says Renegade Soundwave’s Danny...

It's the latest installment in the Song Machine series

Gorillaz have made a new track with Elton John and 6lack.

The Damon Albarn-fronted digital band first announced their latest project, Song Machine, earlier this...

Loraine James announces new album, ‘Building Something Beautiful For Me’, on Phantom Limb

Loraine James is releasing a new album, called 'Building Something Beautiful For Me', this autumn. Listen to lead single 'Maybe If I (Stay On It)'...

The haunting improvised score is getting a limited vinyl and cassette release...

Lena Willikens and Sarah Szczesny have announced a limited release of their improvised audiovisual drama score, Phantom Kino Ballett.

Set for release on September 19th...

Loraine James releases new album, 'Building Something Beautiful For Me', on Phantom Limb

Loraine James has released her new album, 'Building Something Beautiful For Me'.


Out today (7th October) on Phantom Limb, it's her third album to date...

Could "sensory" streaming be the next big thing?

Massive Attack have uploaded two new tracks — 'Come Near Me' and 'The Spoils' — to their Fantom streaming app.

Launched back in January this...

Spanning 23 tracks

The next installment of 'fabric presents' will be mixed by The Martinez Brothers. 

The DC-10 regulars follow entries by Bonobo and Kölsch, with a...

It might officially be part of the United States, but Hawaii's Asylum club exists in a magical world of its own...

Hawaii may be America's 50th state but anyone who's been there will agree that it feels like a distant refuge from the US mainland. Two...

Exceptionally swerving from his recognized style, electro house star Henry Smithson aka Riton, surprised fans this year with his new project, Eine Kleine Nacht Musik.

Accompanied with artwork by Fergadelic and a 10 minute film by David Bailey Ross, Eine Kleine Nacht Musik was a huge tribute to the experimental...

Our monthly label showcase, The Sound Of, puts the focus on the imprints we love; outlets that are championing new artists, dropping key releases and...

Born from the now-defunct Parisian label Institubes, Sound Pellegrino is the brainchild of Teki Latex and Orgasmic, two DJs known for their wildly varied tastes...

Fake Blood talks to the press for the first time about his new album

DJ Mag quizzed him about his hip-hop roots, graffiti, EDM and his burgeoning soundtrack work for a famous cult horror movie...

A handy guide to all the best Halloween parties across the USA...

Halloween means freedom. It’s the one holiday all year where you don’t have to worry about family politics or social niceties. It’s a euphoric, alcohol-soaked...

Loraine James: the art of instinct

Innovative London producer, live act and Hyperdub affiliate Loraine James has forged her own path with a personal sound that blends IDM, glitch and ambient with math rock, R&B and more. After releasing two albums in 2022 — for Ghostly International and Phantom Limb — and playing the Southbank Centre with the London Contemporary Orchestra, she meets Eoin Murray to discuss reimagining the works of American avant-garde composer Julius Eastman, expressing emotion through music, and staying true to her instincts

If you’d have told Loraine James a year ago that on a Sunday night in October 2022 she’d be performing at London’s Southbank Centre alongside...