Recent posts tagged electronic music


Tri Repetae++ (Autechre)

"Far from being 'inhuman' or 'robotic', as was often charged in the early days, electronic music is thus a profoundly human art."

Church Of Anthrax (John Cale / Terry Riley)

This one-off collaboration between the former Velvet Underground member and a master of mesmeric minimalism yielded a record with only one really standout cut, but what a cut it is.


Mutator (Alan Vega)

The first of the posthumous releases from Alan Vega (of Suicide)'s vault, and it's a good 'un.

If You Hum A Few Bars I Can Fake It

Ersatz Vangelis and fake Tangerine Dream, coming up! And maybe something more original after that.

The Downward Spiral (Nine Inch Nails)

A look back at the most deliberately frustrating album ever made for popular consumption.


Aoi no Ue (Jōji Yuasa)

The first of a series of records by Edition Omega Point that explores the undeservedly unheard Japanese avant-garde.


Irrlicht (Klaus Schulze)

Klaus Schulze's first foray away from Tangerine Dream showed it wasn't the synths that made him what he is.


Selected Ambient Works 85-92 (Aphex Twin)

An electronic pearl, an album for every home and every pair of ears.


Kontakte (Karlheinz Stockhausen)

Really, this is where it all started with me. Before Godflesh and Merzbow, before Meat Beat Manifesto and Suicide, before John Cage even, there was Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Kontakte, recorded over fifty years ago and yet still sounding timeless. Our ears,...

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