When Brighton-based duo Prinzhorn Dance School signed to New York’s renowned DFA label, they whipped up a flurry of interest in the music press. Except the press pack didn’t have much to go on.
Dance pioneers from deep in the Black Forest
Aye, the Chemical Brothers.
The Field’s output is ethereal and almost ambient; a dense yet personal work of northern-lit composition that surpasses the usual threshold of digital music by presenting something which come close
Datarock have been perfecting its unique blend of synth-pop since 1997 when Fredrik met Ket-Ill in their home town of Bergen, Norway.
About as far from the cosmetic glow sticks and neon hoodies currently cluttering the hollow nu-rave scene as you can get, Landstrumm is an artist who has put in the years down at the nocturnal coalfac
You may or may not be familiar with the UK’s new burgeoning Dubstep scene; the filthy two step bass sounds currently ricocheting from the nation’s innercity areas.
“I’m tired of being sexy,” whined R ‘n’ B diva Beyonce a few years back, and as she was lacking a talented PR with a strip of gaffa or a well aimed staple gun, six creative Brazilians lurkin