Posts tagged with electronica

Storming the Scene: Tornado Wallace Interview

Ahead of his headlining appearance at the Ottobar, Gutter Magazine sat down with Australia’s Tornado Wallace to find out more about the nu disco DJ/Producer: Q: How has 2012 been going for you so far? Have there been any projects that have been keeping you especially busy? TW: After living in London for the last […]

Death in Vegas Announce Tour Dates

Death In Vegas are currently in the middle of a UK Tour in support of their recently released fifth studio album Trans Love Energies. The tour stops in Manchester, Brighton and Bristol before coming to a close at a sold out gig at London’s Electric Ballroom on December 15th. Death In Vegas recently revealed their […]

SexInBmore: Get In The Mood

SIB will be posting musings, advice, and her thoughts here on a weekly basis. Be warned, this IS a sex column and although there won’t be any steamy visuals (it’s not porn, ya know?) the text WILL be NSFW. Music can set the tone for almost anything you want it to. I firmly believe that […]

On music monday, You’ll have a shake with those French fries!

If there’s one No Rule party that you can’t miss it’s tnght.

Soundcrash & XOYO present Wagon Christ + dÉbruit

If you’re starved of new music you could do much worse than look up Soundcrash. They host the kind of events where you might find yourself marvelling at a whizz kid’s experiments with Ableton Live, staring in awe at a jazz virtuoso’s prowess on the double bass, or being moved by a politically conscious lyric, sometimes […]

Live review: K-X-P at The Captain’s Rest, Glasgow

Good old British reserve. Here we are watching a band that quite frankly make me want to get downright intoxicated and dance like no one’s watching, alas we are in the dank Captain’s Rest in Glasgow’s West End, and not at Optimo or, even better, Primavera.  K-X-P have played both events, and I wish I’d […]

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