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Prefuse 73 Details Upcoming LP, Shares New Track
The 'Rivington Não Rio' LP will land via Temporary Residence in May.

After first revealing plans to issue a three-part release series via the Temporary Residence label last month, veteran beatmaker Prefuse 73 has now shared the full details of his forthcoming …

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Prefuse 73 Announces Upcoming Three-Part Release Series, Shares Teaser Videos
The veteran beatmaker will release two EPs and an LP via Temporary Residence in 2015.

A staple of the Warp roster for many years, NYC-based beatmaker Prefuse 73 has announced that he will issue three releases via the Temporary Residence imprint later this year. Announcing …

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Turing Machine "If It's Gone It's On (Al Doyle Remix)"

Al Doyle, a jack-of-all-trades musician and member of UK outfit Hot Chip, was comissioned by longstanding Brooklyn math-rock duo Turing Machine to remix the “If It’s Gone (It’s On)” cut …

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The Books The Way Out

At the beginning of The Way Out, the fourth album by found-sound-obsessed duo The Books, a man says, “Welcome to a new beginning.” It sets the tone for one of …

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The Books "A Cold Freezin' Night"

This latest number to drip off the long-awaited new album from NY sample aficionados The Books seems to be an exact counter response to the first taste from The Way …

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Majeure "The Dresden Codex"

As one half of prog-horror instrumentalists Zombi, drummer A.E. Paterra knows his way around propulsive rhythms and analog synths, not to mention epic songwriting. Here, the Pittsburgh musician uses the …

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The Drift Memory Drawings

One of the most promising bands to emerge in instrumental music, The Drift is done with ebbing–and seriously beginning to flow. Where their debut effort, Noumena, was, like the term …

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The Drift Ceiling Sky

This repurposed compilation of vinyl-only tracks and remixes by leftfield San Francisco instrumentalists The Drift is either an excellent appetizer or chaser to their singular effort Noumena [having to do …

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Fridge Sun

Six years have passed since we last heard from London’s post-everything poster children, Fridge. But Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden, Adem’s Adem Ilhan, and Sam Jeffers are better off for the …

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Explosions in the Sky All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone

In 2004, this Austin instrumental quartet scored Friday Night Lights, a movie pulsing with the shoulder pad-crumpling hits and kinetic drive of young Texans high on testosterone. (A predictable move, …

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Eluvium Copia

Previously known for his balance of guitar-washed drone and ambient noise, Matthew Cooper’s Eluvium project shows maturation through controlled simplicity on Copia. Without guitars, the record lends a sense of …

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Sybarite Cut Out Shape

Four years after his triumphant Nonument for 4AD, Xian Hawkins returns to Temporary Residence to take his home-field advantage. Worth every bit of the wait, Cut Out Shape sees an …

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Miss Violetta Beauregarde Odi Profanum Vulgus Et Arceo

Miss Violetta Beaureagarde is a one-woman wrecking ball: a sweaty, Italian mess of hip-hop, grindcore, sex, and savagery swinging straight for your face. Her latest record, the spiny Odi Profanum …

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Mono You Are There

On several previous albums, Japanese instrumental quartet Mono (not to be confused with the trip-hoppy London duo of the same name) laid to tape caustic howls straining against mercurial shimmers. …

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The Drift Noumena

Sporting slow motion, incandescent incantations and miles of majestic instrumental magick, San Francisco‘s The Drift post-rock so hard they think nothing of teasing four minutes of hazy gaze three times …

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Eluvium Talk Amongst the Trees

Seattle guitarist/pianist Matthew Cooper (Eluvium) is becoming one of the most adept ambienceurs of this young decade. His third release, Talk Amongst The Trees, conjures an expansive pathos with a …

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Tarentel Paper White/Big Black Square

Essentially a companion piece to last year‘s stellar We Move Through Water LP, this compilation of EPs highlights an abundance of engaging material from these post-rock veterans. Seemingly capable of …

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Mono Walking Cloud and Deep Red Sky, Flag Fluttered and the Sun Shined

Good god, this is sweeping, emotional music. For letting doves free, for floating on your back naked in the warm ocean water while the big dipper watches over you, for …

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