Their latest compilation, Kitsuné Maison Compilation 3, finds French label Kitsuné-who has been home to everyone from Hot Chip to VHS or Beta-injecting all sorts of fun into this collection of electro-punk tracks, be it Van She remixing labelmates the Klaxons or the accelerated and sometimes ridiculous sounding flutes and harps of Oh No! Oh My!. The underlying theme here is to party, so make sure to keep a copy near your stereo for your next impromptu house party. Note: pay special attention to the end of the disc for a little surprise.
Instrumental hip-hop producer RJD2 has left his longtime home at Definitive Jux and relocated to XL Recordings for his third album, in what's perhaps a fitting move. As his career has climbed over the last four years, his work has used a larger range of styles, and The Third Hand suggests the sharpest left turn of all.Read more »
The end of the month sees the first-ever complete documentation of Factory Records graphic output during its lifespan, with Factory Records: The Complete Graphic Album. Bath, England-based Matthew Robertson, a collector of rare Factory Records items himself, compiled the numerous record sleeves, posters, and flyers for the project, managing to gather every piece of graphic output the label ever produced.Read more »
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