Aug 13, 2021
Animal Collective - On Slaying Dragons and Finding Space to Evolve on the Road
Listening to Animal Collective prepare for their upcoming tour at Drop of Sun Studios in Asheville, North Carolina was a reminder of a somewhat obscured fact: that along with being a set of revolving, semi-feral musical personalities, at base level Animal Collective are a band that plays instruments.
Aug 6, 2021
Alarm Will Sound - New Adventures in an Age Old Sound
In preparation for upcoming community performances at Buffalo’s Artpark Amphitheater, Alarm Will Sound shared sneak peaks to new arrangements of Aphex Twin’s “T69 Collapse” and Jlin’s “Black Origami.” These exciting additions to an already impressive repertoire were broken down and workshopped in rehearsal, giving listeners a rare glimpse into the musical alchemy necessary to translate synths and breaks into strings and winds.
Aug 5, 2021
Steffi + Privacy are Negroni Nails - Live at Herfstdrift Festival 2019
Coming off the release of their debut self-titled Negroni Nails EP on Portuguese label Klakson, Steffi and Privacy were in celebration mode. The three song effort stayed true to the hard-hitting Detroit leanings both artists are known for, and on the decks their complimentary stylings merged like twin tornados spiraling to life on the dance floor.
Jul 4, 2021
DJ Bus Replacement Service and Surgeon - Finding Love in Loud Places
The casual commentary over this historical transmission dispels any notions of you-had-to-be-there feelings of dejection, as DJ Bus Replacement Service and Surgeon help bring the contours and ethos of the party the night they met into focus.
May 31, 2021
Matthew Dear - Live at Micro Movement, TV Lounge 5/31/2021
On Memorial Day, Ghostly International co-founder and techno heartthrob Matthew Dear pulled out all the stops for a socially distanced crowd at TV Lounge with a set that stayed true to Detroit’s legacy as a genre originator.