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Eleanor Halls interviews Emma Madden whose recent interview with St Vincent was slated at the personal request of Annie Clark herself, raises questions of boundaries and power between celebrities and journalists.

Noted, 02 May 2021, 22:29

Radiooooo - amazing idea, perfectly executed! Simply choose a country and a decade and listen to the music

Noted, 02 May 2021, 14:19

Belgian synthpop stalwarts Telex release their new compilation album This Is Telex today!

Noted, 30 Apr 2021, 07:56

Throbbing Gristle hardware whizz Chris Carter is reissuing his two collections of remixes: Electronic Ambient Remixes One and Electronic Ambient Remixes Three later this year (30th of July). The albums are largely fresh Ambient takes on his own and early Gristle work and will be available on vinyl for the first time. Check out taster Heathen Mirth.

Some interesting back blurb from the press release:

Electronic Ambient Remixes One (EAR ONE) was the first in a series of four Electronic Ambient Remix solo albums by Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti. Originally released in 2000 (CTI), the starting point for the tracks was Chris Carter’s The Space Between (1980, Industrial), an album collating Carter’s analogue sound experiments recorded in the 1970s and 1980s at Throbbing Gristle & Industrial Records’ London studio. Electronic Ambient Remixes One is a reworking of those early recordings and features heavily manipulated and transmogrified drifting ambient textures, whilst still retaining the core essence of the original tracks.

Electronic Ambient Remixes Three (EAR THREE) was Chris Carter's second Electronic Ambient Remix solo album, originally released in 2002 (CTI), and at its nucleus are a dozen of his original Throbbing Gristle rhythms. These rhythms have been transmuted into three dimensional polyrhythmic loops, weird gothic textures and spooky ethereal ambiences. With track titles giving a sideways glance to the originals, the album features the pulsating beats of ‘Indiscipline’, the eccentric undulations of ‘Heathen Mirth’ and the unnerving hypnotic motion of ‘Hamburger Man’. 

In case you're wondering, Electronic Ambient Remixes Two was compiled by Cosey Fanni Tutti.

Noted, 29 Apr 2021, 19:42

Affinities - Deep Ambient Techno mix by Joachim Spieth for Headphone Commute. The first thirty minutes is pure bliss.

Noted, 28 Apr 2021, 19:45

Lovely moody Ambient Techno from Shifted on his new album Constant Blue Light. Time to zone out!

Noted, 28 Apr 2021, 19:33

The Radiant Slowness of Ana Roxanne - the ambient musician on her winding path to discovering her voice, with detours into jazz and Hindustani singing

Noted, 24 Apr 2021, 17:14

Issakidis at Wrong Island June 2009 - quality mix of chugging Acid played by George Issakidis, recorded in the Glasgow club night Wrong Island at Nice&Sleazy. Via Joe Muggs' irregular but worth-waiting-for newsletter Erratic Aesthetic.

Noted, 24 Apr 2021, 17:06

Issue 2 of the Jeff Mills backed magazine The Escape Velocity is now available for free download.

Noted, 24 Apr 2021, 17:01

The Supporting Act by WeTransfer, whose mission is

to inspire and enable young creatives to fulfill their potential. For artists such as musicians, filmmakers, photographers and designers, the foundation will provide funding for study, both at home and abroad

Noted, 22 Apr 2021, 13:09

Celebrating 30 years in business German label and club Tresor will be releasing a massive 52 track selection comprising classics and exclusive commissions, across twelve slabs of vinyl.

  • A1 Underground Resistance – The Final Frontier (Nomadico Remix)
  • A2 Huey Mnemonic – Transmutation
  • B1 D. Strange – Metal Mono
  • B2 Speaker Music – focus.point.shoot
  • C1 AFRODEUTSCHE – CAN’T STOP
  • C2 Juan Atkins – I Love You
  • D1 rRoxymore – MULTIPLICITY
  • D2 Helena Hauff feat. Paris The Black Fu – Electronic Future
  • E1 Lara Sarkissian – In The Form Of A Sphinx
  • E2 Jeff Mills – Late Night
  • E3 K-HAND – Boiler
  • F1 Claude Young – In Circles
  • F2 Porter Ricks – Anguilla Electrica
  • G1 Basic Channel – Phylyps Base
  • G2 Moritz von Oswald – Segment
  • H1 Donato Dozzy – Le Confort Electronique
  • H2 Verraco – Umbral de dolor
  • I1 KMRU – neutral points
  • I2 Surgeon – Berlin Disease
  • I3 Regis + James Ruskin present O/V/R – Natural Enemies
  • J1 Claudia Anderson – Track 3
  • J2 machìna – Trio
  • K1 Robert Hood – Master Builder (Sandman Option)
  • K2 Function – Mirror Hour
  • L1 LSDXOXO – Love In Allegiance
  • L2 Sophia Saze – Curtains
  • M1 Blake Baxter – One More Time (Acid Mix)
  • M2 SHE Spells Doom – Splash
  • N1 DJ Minx – Dequindre Cut
  • N2 Whodat – Grit
  • O1 Anthony “Shake” Shakir – Madmen
  • O2 Daniel Bell – Still Buggin’
  • P1 Bergsonist – Tout Maintenant
  • P2 Loidis – In The Place I Sit
  • Q1 Drexciya – Jazzy Fluids
  • Q2 Russell E.L. Butler – James Stinson On A Beach In The Mid-Atlantic
  • R1 DJ Stingray – Bioplastics
  • R2 Jensen Interceptor – Seas Of Rage
  • S1 Terrence Dixon – The Way I See It
  • S2 Nandele feat. Roberto Chitsonzo, Jr. – 42567
  • T1 Ectomorph – It Knows Your Name
  • T2 Simulant – The Purpose Of Simulation
  • U1 TYGAPAW – Diffusus
  • U2 Joey Beltram – GameForm
  • U3 Nene H – Only Words Break Silence
  • V1 FJAAK – Lovers
  • V2 Yazzus – Turn Of Speed
  • W1 Grand River – Santa Loria
  • W2 TV Victor – Change On
  • X1 Carlota – Breakfast On The Moon
  • X2 Torus – Deep Mid
  • X3 Mareena + JakoJako – 30 Perlen

Due for release on 1st October, there's currently no mention of digital.

Noted, 18 Apr 2021, 14:58
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