In the first of a new series, Piers Barber chats to DJ (and friend of the Factory) Hun Grrr about the tracks, mixes and clubs that are currently tickling his musical fancy. […]
As the NME recently proved, Best Albums of All Time lists are rubbish. They repeatedly contain the same tired choices and teach nobody anything interesting about new music. Here, our […]
Daniel Avery’s debut album is a significant triumph that reflects the growing popularity of inventive industrial-based techno, writes Rory Johnson. Daniel Avery – Drone Logic (Phantasy) Following on from a […]
Jackson & His Computer Band is back, and Rory Johnson finds much to admire on his second full length record, Glow.
The shortlist for the Mercury Prize 2013 has been announced. Here, our writers make their case for who they think should take home this year’s award. Spoiler: no Rudimental.
Rory Johnson is impressed by the brilliant and bonkers latest release from dance pioneers ZZT.
Björk’s latest pioneering offering is given the once over by Rory Johnson.