Basement Jaxx

From their early Latin-tinged house records, through the ragga-and-sirens mayhem of ‘Fly Life’ to the punk-garage of ‘Where’s Your Head At?’ they are a band in constant evolution.


In case some of you reading this are not aware (or have managed to avoid daily red tops since the dawn of time), you might like to learn that aside from frequent court appearances and even more freque

Aux 88

Taking their name from the abbreviated term for alternative audio feed and the year in which they formed, Aux 88 saw Tommy Hamilton, Keith Tucker, and Anthony Horton uniting “through a love and frus


Autechre (Au-teck-er) is a word free of derivative, bashed out on a computer keyboard in 1991 and agreed originally as a track title because it looked good when designed on tape.


Apartment’s claustrophobic and stifling melodies, coupled with David’s urgent vocals clearly epitomises this frustration. As the guitars thrash, the percussion certainly beats to its own drum.


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