Seb and Kunal decided to list their top five albums and gigs of the year, like the music geeks that they are. Read below for the whos and whys.
Our events organiser Kunal got interviewed by fellow promoter Rich Collins of Cosmic Carnage, as part of his Cosmic Roundup series for Echoes And Dust.
Our gig booker Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.
Here’s his third one, featuring tracks by Casual Nun, Taman Shud, Elephant Tree, Kurokuma, Earthmass, Slomatics, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Hey Colossus, Dethscalator, Neurosis and Kyuss.
Our events organiser Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.
Here’s his second one, featuring tracks by Jarboe & Helen Money, Muscle and Marrow, Mishaped Pearls, Kat May, Bitter Ruin, Leah Kardos, Roxanne De Bastion, Anna Von Hausswolff, Portishead, Eels and Thom Yorke.
Our events curator Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.
Here’s his first one, featuring tracks by Core Of iO, Latitudes, Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, Earth Moves, Conjurer, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Opeth, Gojira and Ephel Duath.
Our week of articles about the genius artists we get to work with comes to an end with Father Murphy, possibly the most mindbending act we’ve ever worked with, before they join us tomorrow with Muscle and Marrow at New River Studios.
We continue our week of daily articles about the experimental artists performing at our events this week.
Today we focus on Muscle and Marrow, who bring their new album tour to New River Studios on Saturday, alongside Father Murphy.
Over the next few days we’ll share some news about the bands performing at New River Studios on Saturday.
We’re very glad to say that Tolerance Manoeuvre will be opening the proceedings ahead of Muscle and Marrow and Father Murphy.
Today we want to tell you more about the fascinating story behind flautist Mauricio Velasierra, and the unique techniques that he invented, as his project Bitch ‘n’ Monk hold their album launch at Rich Mix on Thursday.
Today we want to focus a little on Peter Ehwald, one of the people taking jazz forward as a philosophy and not a genre, as we’re quite honoured that he’s flying over to London from Germany especially for his gig at Rich Mix next Thursday.