Teddy Music in The Guardian (Posted By Rico)

Teddy Music

Teddy Music on The Guardian Teddy Music Grime – The Compilation Teddy Music Out Now Teddy Music – Grime the Compilation is getting great attention for its collection, being described in The Guardian (as part of the article ‘Grime Grew Up’), as sounding “like David Starkey’s worst nightmare – all rowdy voices and unsubtle euphemisms … Continue reading

Matthew Bourne Review in Jazzwise (Posted By Harry)

Matthew Bourne

Matthew Bourne// Reviews + Updates Matthew Bourne Montauk Variations The Leaf Label Release Date: 06.02.11 “Montauk Variations, a new solo piano/cello album by Matthew Bourne, former enfant terrible and chief inspiration of the most creative end of the new Leeds avant jazz and improv scene, is to be released by Leaf next month the label … Continue reading

Panda Bear Live Review// The Guardian (Posted By Harry)

Panda Bear TOMBOY

Panda Bear: between control and chaos. Live Review// The Guardian 4 out of 5 Stars “There are vicious crackles from the speakers, weird jolts of volume, and then, in the final song, the soundsystem shrieks and snaps off altogether. For most bands, such as irregularities might be disastrous. With Panda Bear, aka Noah Lennox, they … Continue reading

John Maus Features in Guardian// CMU Approved// Art Review (Posted By Harry)

John Maus (Upset The Rhythm)

John Maus Guardian// CMU//Art Review Features John Maus ‘We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves’ (Upset The Rhythm) Busy times for John Maus, having features in The Guardian, CMU & Art Review. His ‘We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves’ has been described by Pitchfork as “walking the line between sincerity and surreality’ … Continue reading

Panda Bear – The Guardian – Album Review – 8 April 2011 (posted by Harry)

Panda Bear: Tomboy – review (Paw Tracks) Guardian Album Review – written by Maddy Costa “A note of caution: listen to Tomboy for the first time after a frazzling day and it might just give you a migraine. Noah Lennox’s follow-up to his rapturous 2007 album Person Pitch is as demanding and nerve-needling as a hungry, tired … Continue reading

Burial, Four Tet + Thom Yorke – Ego (New 2011 track) (posted by Harry)

Pitchfork image for Burial + Four Tet + Thom Yorke

Reasonable quality rip from Rinse FM on Tuesday night…was on YouTube 15 minutes after Kieran played it!….. http://www.youtube.com The Guardian – New Music: Thom Yorke, Burial and Four Tet – Ego “Time for the fans to get excited again, as the Radiohead frontman forms part of electronica supergroup” written by Michael Cragg (Thursday March 17 … Continue reading

Nicolas Jaar in the Guardian (posted by Harry)

The Guardian article written by Tony Naylor (Sat 12 March 2011) Nicolas Jaar is the renaissance man of electronic music Nicolas Jaar makes strange, intelligent electronic music. But what is it called, and how do we dance to it, asks Tony Naylor “Don’t print this,” frets 20-year-old Nicolas Jaar. “It’s the kind of grand statement … Continue reading