armchair dancefloor runs down the 15 best dance tracks of 2013, with help from Logos, Nils Frahm, Peverelist, Joe and more..»
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Here's this month's electronic column featuring an interview with Machinedrum and a playlist of Si's favourite new tracks.»
armchair dancefloor 40: Moderat interview, Paul Woolford, Addison Groove & Sam Binga, dBridge, Donky Pitch...
In this edition of armchair dancefloor, Moderat explain the benefits of time constraints, why they're giving-up on the 'LED war' and why a good meal can be more of an influence than a promo CD...»
Welcome to this long overdue edition of Armchair Dancefloor. Below, as ever, you'll find The Playlist, featuring a cluster of new and forthcoming releases worthy of investigation. But first... Focus: Mount Kimbie talk Cold Spring Fault Less Youth I can'»
Armchair Dancefloor catches up with dubstep lynch-pin and Tectonic label head Rob Ellis (aka Pinch). Plus a chance to win tickets to catch Pinch, Loefah, Peverelist, Boddika and loads more this NYE in Bristol, and the usual round-up of upcoming electronic releases. »
armchair dancefloor 037: Keysound/Dusk + Blackdown, Artifact, James Blake, NeferTT, Pangaea, Oneohtrix, Happa...
armchair dancefloor catches up with Keysound bosses Dusk + Blackdown to chat about the label and their new LP, Dasafelx. Plus, download not one but two exclusive tracks, and loads of new tunes to stream.»
Getting under the skin of electronic experimenters Tri Angle Records, with label founder Robin Corolan and artists Howse, Vessel, Haxan Cloak and Evian Christ. Plus new music from Scuba, Mala, Dusk & Blackdown and loads more...»
Welcome to another edition of armchair dancefloor. Below you'll find 'The Playlist' for a selection of new and forthcoming releases that have caught our eye this month, but first, we speak to one of our favourite, young UK record labels...»
Drowned In Sound's electronic music column returns under new management...»
Everything about Hype Williams – from their playful elusiveness to the rough edges of their music and the way they chose to share it with the world – typifies what make the internet a great platform for music to be discovered and shared. »
As part of our 10-week “DiS is 10!” celebration, we’ve asked 50 of our favourite people to tell us about one of their favourite albums of the past 10 years. This is not a best or "top" list, simply records individuals wished to highlight. Here, DiS contributor Si Truss shares his choice...»
Monogamy’s wild eclecticism may mean that is too varied to reach the heights of true greatness, and in terms of its exploration of its subject matter it comes nowhere near providing any conclusions in terms of tone, or its bafflingly cryptic, often explicit lyrical content. Yet the album never falls short of being, at the very least, sonically fascinating and if nothing else it serves as a reminder of how great it is that Constellation Records exists as an outlet for this kind of out-there, experimental LP.»