In Gibson's Neuromancer, when Case and Molly meet the two surviving founders of Zion, there is talk of hearing a "mighty dub" in the Babel of tongues signaling the "final days." If indeed we're living in these "end times," as many predict, then ... read more »
His obsession for the big, the dirty, & the rhythmic laid the foundation for creating his first album for Ninja Tune. It's chock full of what he describes as 'cosmopolitan bass & chunky digital dancehall.' Quick-fast riddims with scattered snare chatting slap up ... read more »
He's decided to self-release this upbeat collection of fun instrumentals with the trademark Blockhead production style, tough beats, & catchy grooves that infect his earlier releases. So grab your crayons, spread them out on the floor & color along.
The anticipated new album from Norwegian 10-piece instrumental group JAGA (formerly JAGA JAZZIST). Pushing their sound to new heights, the band delivers seven wonderful genre-blending tracks. First 2,000 copies include a bonus four-track CD of demo versions.
Daedelus links up with Michael Johnson for the kind of happy song / sad vocals mash-down which Alfred Darlington learnt from listening to too much Brazilian music. This, however, is not bossa. Drawing on bits of Italian disco, twisted trance, French house and more than a ... read more »