Unlikely bedfellows team up for Teatime Dub Encounters, due out in July.
Plus, the Canadian art pop musician announces a small run of solo tour dates.
Featuring additional production from James Blake and contributions from Kelsey Lu, ANOHNI and Prurient.
Guillermo S. Herren takes us behind the scenes of his first solo record in three years.
Canadian electropop artist returns with his first new material in almost two years.
The studio album aims to capture of the live evolution of the band’s back catalog.
Pair of new films document the rise of Australia’s most prominent electronic export and his record label.
Three ambient tracks paired with some vintage porn B-reel footage.
They’ll contribute installations to what’s described as “an immersive 360° audiovisual exhibition combining art and technology.”
De La Soul, Little Simz, Bootie Brown, and more will join the band on their March trek.
No Joy’s Jasamine White-Gluz and Sonic Boom announce collaborative EP, share video for lead single “Obsession”: Watch
A four-track effort from the Canadian shoegazer and the producing great.
A rip of the song has been around since 2011, but now we finally get the real thing.