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Nicolás Jaar has curated a new compilation of Polish experimental music from the second half of the 20th century. Separated into two parts, Would it sound as bad if you played it backwards? consists of recordings created at the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, a creative space in Warsaw, between 1959 and 2001. Among the artists …

From first pop and the takeover of the Southbank Center to Vicky Park and a fond farewell, London’s festivals are back in full swing Grace Jones hosts the Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Center in June (Photo: Andrea Klarin) Live music fans in the capital are once again spoiled for choice this year as London’s …

Plans for a large sphere-shaped music hall in Straford, east London, have received a significant boost after being approved at a planning committee meeting this week. The Madison Square Garden (MSG) Sphere is the brainchild of New York-based MSG, which also operates the world-famous stadium, and is described by the company as “a state-of-the-art music …

Supersonic unveiled the full music lineup for its 2022 edition in July. After confirming appearances from Richard Dawson & Circle and The Bug & Flowdan, along with sets from Föllakzoid, Thou, No Home and more, the Birmingham festival has now added Divide And Dissolve, BIG|BRAVE, Holy Tongue, Pharaoh Overlord with Aaron Turner, GROVE, Orchestra Of …

Music fans, we’re here with your weekly Leicester music guide featuring news and interviews from across the local scene. This weekly music update is brought to you in partnership with PPL PRS Ltd. Many thanks for their continued support to local artists and venues. Stay informed and be the first on the line. Every week. …

Music fans, we’re here with your weekly Leicester music guide featuring news and interviews from across the local scene. This weekly music update is brought to you in partnership with PPL PRS Ltd. Many thanks for their continued support to local artists and venues. Stay informed and be the first on the line. Every week. …

Unsound has shared full details of the music schedule for its 2021 edition next month. The Bug is set to return to the festival, performing live with collaborators Dis Fig and Flowdan, as well as another MC that has yet to be announced, while Errorsmith and Fiedel will reunite as MMMs. for a new live …

Gnod stands for “Global Network of Discovery”, which promises “Let us use the latest technological advances to make us all discover more and better things”. Alright, I’ll bite. Gnod has two seconds: Project 1, which uses AI to discover new bands and Project 2, which invites us to “travel with the tourist map of music”. …

Photo by Jay Mawson LoneLady’s third album is an exciting turning point. For starters, this is the first album she made outside of Manchester. Unlike the beginnings Nervous and follow-up Countryside which were variously made in his home studio or around abandoned factories and mills in the north of England, Old things was made in …

The Musicians’ Union has criticized plans by the UK government to cut funding for certain subjects, such as music, at higher education level in England by 50%. The Office for Students (OfS), England’s independent higher education regulator, has opened a consultation on funding for 2021 to 2022, which ends today (6 May). The 51-page consultation …

The upcoming release of the Golden Ratio Frequencies label will see GNOD’s AP Macarte and HUM’s Mark Wagner end up as Ahrkh Wagner for their first outing together since the 2016 eponymous effort on Tesla Tapes. Title Music for Meditations Vol. 1, the release marks the first installment of what the label describes as the …

Tell Music-Map an artist you like and it will create a map of the artists they think you will like to become more and more different as you go along. Music-Map is a great new site for discovering new music based on artists you already love. Music-Map is part of Gnod (Global Network of Discovery), …

With the advent of unlimited streaming services like Spotify and Netflix, you can access more music, movies, and TV shows than you could ever hope to hear or watch in a lifetime. So how do you go about sorting out the best content from the time-wasting ones? The taste is personal, and we’ve found personalized …

Welcome (after too long a break) to the realm of Noise Not Music. The section has been revamped a bit to incorporate an ever-growing Spotify playlist, which I’ll update every two weeks with things I love but haven’t necessarily found the time to give the full treatment here. . This, of course, will work in …

Photo: Becca Diamond As usual, there is a lot to do this month. But, it should be noted that this latest batch contains records that are some of my favorites from 2015 so far. There is something to please both those interested in the outer limits (of jazz, psychedelia and electro) and those interested in …