Posts By Philip Sherburne

Forest Drive West: Blue 05 / Pugilist: Blue 06

A pair of new singles from London’s Whities label demonstrate that there are few better places to take the pulse of adventurous UK club music.

Four Tet: Live at Alexandra Palace London, 8th and 9th May 2019

Kieran Hebden’s new live album reminds us that he is a stellar performer, not just a producer.

Nina Kraviz: stranno stranno. neobjatno.

The Russian electronic musician offers a mind-melting and hypnotic take on techno.

Stereolab: Mars Audiac Quintet

Stereolab's third album, the hardest-rocking and most hypnotic music the band ever set to tape, is the closest they came to replicating the jet-engine roar of their live shows.

Everything But the Girl: Amplified Heart

Though their 1994 album became most famous for a surprise hit remix, Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt’s spare, pensive style never sounded more fully realized than here.

Wilson Tanner: II

The latest from the Melbourne electronic duo is a dawdler’s paradise, a daydream mapped to MIDI.

Felicia Atkinson: The Flower and the Vessel

The methodical arrangements and uncomfortably close whispers of the experimental French musician, poet, and visual artist bring us further inside her surreal world.

Oren Ambarchi: Simian Angel

The Australian multi-instrumentalist pushes his wispy electroacoustic music into warmer, more melodic territory.