the Darkfloor Daily – 21.11.2013
Uschi-No-Michi’s Weekly Drop.
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There’s a Demdike Stare cover feature in the current issue of The Wire magazine, which is well worth checking out. In it they talk about their upcoming Sonic Cinema performance as part of the BFI Gothic season (I mentioned Scanner’s contribution last week) where they’ll be live scoring Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages.
Below is a Wire exclusive excerpt from the latest installment of their ‘Testpressing’ 12” series for Modern Love.
If you like your instrumental electronica at the leftfield, glitchy end of the spectrum then you’ll find a lot to love from Bristol based female producer Pink Logik. I’m really digging her 2012 album Random Access Memory at the moment, which is on Bandcamp for only £2! Check it out below:
MIA gets a lot of stick but I’ve still got love for her! She always has more hits than misses for me, musically, and I (mostly) loved the oft maligned last album Maya. Now, after much delay and label strife her new long-player Matangi has finally seen the light of day. I love the title track (below).
You may or may not have read my Clipping live review, well after the gig I really regretted not asking to take a few pics of their live setup – which as a nosey, geeky, music making type I would normally try to do – but thankfully someone in Krakow interviewed Clipping during sound check and asked them a bit about their setup (and some other stuff).