French hi-res streaming service and download store Qobuz (pronounced “co buzz”) officially launched its US service today. For music lovers, the date could not be more appropriate.
One of the more popular half-baked notions in hifi is the idea that a recording can rival a live performance. The unbaked portion being there’s nothing to look at when we listen to a recording. […]
Are you a WARP fan? I am as their roster includes Aphex Twin, Oneohtrix Point Never, Boards Of Canada, Clark, Autechre, Flying Lotus and many more. Bleep & WARP are offering 50% off, that’s nearly […]
Songcraft can be a beautiful thing and Atlanta’s Deerhunter is capable of crafting and carrying a tune to surprising places. Their new single, “Death In Midsummer”, from their forthcoming album Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? […]
I’ve been a fan of Julia Holter’s work since 2012’s Ekstasis. She has a new record coming tomorrow, Aviary on Domino, so Bandcamp spent some time talking to and about Julia. It’s worth the read.
We know that technological progress can outpace the law. The music industry is one such poster child where existing copyright law is as old as the hills, with some legislation dating back to 1909. The […]
Music lists, you gotta love ’em. Pitchfork has just posted their picks for the 200 best albums of the 1980s, in descending bestest order. And it goes a little something like this:
“Cecilia is the dissociative metamorphosis of dj/producer BABI AUDI (NYC, Montreal) known for unsettling yet cinematic Club Dead LTD (Hoss Records), Mommy Dust (self-released), 6 page letter ( DIS magazine). Her new EP “Charity Whore” […]
The infamous Nurse With Wound list is the band’s guide to their musical influences, originally included in their first record Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella from 1979 […]