Monthly Archives: September 2010

Peter Broderick – How They Are

Also from a recent work experience placement. Having spent a few years firing out increasingly nuanced and varied albums, Oregon wunderkind Peter Broderick’s knee surgery last year forced him to scale down his ambitions. The resultant mini-album moves away from … Continue reading

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A film not to watch on a date

Just before Valentine’s Day 2009, The Yorker ran an article of films to which you’d do well not to take a special lady or gentleman. I plumped for the obscure. The Cure For Insomnia (1987) John Henry Timmis IV’s experimental … Continue reading

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Interview: Animal Collective

Longer cut of an interview organised for The Yorker. Conversation took place on Animal Collective’s tour bus outside TJ’s Woodhouse Club in Leeds, 25 March 2009. “I’d say I feel more introverted than before. We certainly protect our private sides … Continue reading

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Flying Lotus – ‘Kill Your Co-Workers’

A single review written during a recent work experience placement. With echoes of IDM pioneers and Warp label-mates Autechre, electro-wizard FlyLo’s latest track traverses much of the MIDI universe in three bleeping minutes. In an exciting continuation of the style … Continue reading

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