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M.E.S.H. Infra-Dusk/Infra-Dawn
A bewildering (not in a bad way) new effort from the Berlin-based PAN and Janus affiliate.

With no prior context, M.E.S.H.’s new two-track EP for Black Ocean, Infra-Dusk/Infra-Dawn, is a bewildering listen. Its two tracks clock in at five minutes each, but both feel much longer, as th…

Claude Speeed Sun Czar Temple
The Scottish producer continues exploring dense soundscapes on a new EP for Planet Mu.

Claude Speeed’s music is something of a study in contradictions. Though he’s been involved in several projects over the years, most listeners first came into contact with the Scotsman duri…

John Carpenter Lost Themes
The master director and composer stretches his legs—a bit—on his first-ever artist album.

Lost Themes is something of a post-modern marvel. After all, John Carpenter is one of America’s most beloved filmmakers (amongst a certain cadre of viewer, at least), a figure who’s respon…

Beats in Space: An Oral History

This month marks the 15th anniversary of Tim Sweeney’s seminal radio show Beats in Space. Beginning as an inauspicious weekly gig where Sweeney played records he loved to an audience that may or…

Get Familiar: Beau Wanzer

In the rapidly evolving world of electronic music, it’s all but impossible to keep track of every new artist, label, party, and genre. At the same time, certain names will inevitably pop up agai…

Get Familiar: Giegling

In the rapidly evolving world of electronic music, it’s all but impossible to keep track of every new artist, label, party, and genre. At the same time, certain names will inevitably pop up agai…

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