Posts Tagged ‘Warp Records’

Aphex Twin is back

September 4, 2014

Yes, he’s really back! It’s been like, 13 years since the groundbreaking ambient electronic pioneer’s last album, but he’s about to release a new one, SYRO, on Warp Records come September 23. And we get to hear the opening track, minipops 67 [120.2], right now. I’ve already streamed the brilliant piece of music plenty of times today, and each time I do so, it blows my mind and gives me chills. It also serves as a fantastic palate cleanser after listening through multitudes of tunes from every genre possible throughout my day. If you have any question of whether Aphex Twin is as much of a genius he once was, your answer lies in this track. He is, indeed. The song is drenched in ominous, other worldly atmosphere, and it, like every other track off SYRO, is named after the equipment he utilized for the track. Even with new material, he reminds us easily of how influential he’s been in the scene and on various other artists, producers, and bands.

Aphex Twin is back

September 4, 2014

Yes, he’s really back! It’s been like, 13 years since the groundbreaking ambient electronic pioneer’s last album, but he’s about to release a new one, SYRO, on Warp Records come September 23. And we get to hear the opening track, minipops 67 [120.2], right now. I’ve already streamed the brilliant piece of music plenty of times today, and each time I do so, it blows my mind and gives me chills. It also serves as a fantastic palate cleanser after listening through multitudes of tunes from every genre possible throughout my day. If you have any question of whether Aphex Twin is as much of a genius he once was, your answer lies in this track. He is, indeed. The song is drenched in ominous, other worldly atmosphere, and it, like every other track off SYRO, is named after the equipment he utilized for the track. Even with new material, he reminds us easily of how influential he’s been in the scene and on various other artists, producers, and bands.

Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar)

September 4, 2014

If you’re ready for some seriously sick hip hop, buckle in for the new Flying Lotus, Never Catch Me, which features flow from none other than Kendrick Lamar. Is it any surprise that FlyLo’s incredibly intricate production and Lamar’s smooth and slick verses go hand in hand? It’s a luscious, opulent taste off FlyLo’s album You’re Dead!, out October 7 via Warp Records. 

Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar)

September 4, 2014

If you’re ready for some seriously sick hip hop, buckle in for the new Flying Lotus, Never Catch Me, which features flow from none other than Kendrick Lamar. Is it any surprise that FlyLo’s incredibly intricate production and Lamar’s smooth and slick verses go hand in hand? It’s a luscious, opulent taste off FlyLo’s album You’re Dead!, out October 7 via Warp Records. 

July 23, 2014
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Closing it out with perhaps one of the sickest tunes of the day, Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes. HudMo, whom some of you may only know as one half of the duo TNGHT, is brilliant at creating epic, bass heavy trap songs. Chimes is so majestic, so dramatic, that it actually reminded me of the dramatically over-dramatic dramatic film Inception, which I loved, by the way. Like the film, HudMo bends your mind with his wicked electronic and hip hop beat making. Chimes is the title track off a new EP, out September 29 on Warp Records. 

July 23, 2014
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Closing it out with perhaps one of the sickest tunes of the day, Hudson Mohawke’s Chimes. HudMo, whom some of you may only know as one half of the duo TNGHT, is brilliant at creating epic, bass heavy trap songs. Chimes is so majestic, so dramatic, that it actually reminded me of the dramatically over-dramatic dramatic film Inception, which I loved, by the way. Like the film, HudMo bends your mind with his wicked electronic and hip hop beat making. Chimes is the title track off a new EP, out September 29 on Warp Records. 

June 24, 2014
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Scottish producer Rustie is back, and boy, does he have something MASSIVE for us. Raptor is off his forthcoming new album Green Language, out August 25 on Warp Records. It’s our first clue as to what we might be hearing from the producer in days to come, with its highly energetic, flaring synths and jumble of endless, hypnotic beats. It’s a dizzying, crashing wall of shimmering sound.

June 24, 2014
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Scottish producer Rustie is back, and boy, does he have something MASSIVE for us. Raptor is off his forthcoming new album Green Language, out August 25 on Warp Records. It’s our first clue as to what we might be hearing from the producer in days to come, with its highly energetic, flaring synths and jumble of endless, hypnotic beats. It’s a dizzying, crashing wall of shimmering sound.

January 16, 2014
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English producer Bibio adept at weaving pensive, meditative moments with his music prowess. We already heard that talent on Dye The Water Green, which is a breathtaking, fluid beauty. Down To The Sound is another such sublime piece off his upcoming The Green E.P. out January 29 on Warp Records. The contemplative, drifting song is just as organic, if not more so, giving a sense of relaxed, introspective pliability.

January 16, 2014
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English producer Bibio adept at weaving pensive, meditative moments with his music prowess. We already heard that talent on Dye The Water Green, which is a breathtaking, fluid beauty. Down To The Sound is another such sublime piece off his upcoming The Green E.P. out January 29 on Warp Records. The contemplative, drifting song is just as organic, if not more so, giving a sense of relaxed, introspective pliability.