Mo'Wax has released influential titles by DJ Shadow and Lavelle's own much-acclaimed UNKLE project.
Tangerine Dream’s third LP, 1972’s Zeit, beamed in strange news from a very different star, introducing the band’s spectacular music of the spheres.
'Kong' is the star's first new track since her 2015 Dev Hynes collaboration 'He, She, We'.
Long before Madonna suggested to “Strike A Pose” in her 1990 hit ‘Vogue’, 'Pose' centres on the music that was the lifeblood of NYC ballroom culture.
The multi-disc box encompasses both phases of Soft Cell's career from 1978 to 1984, and the 2001-3 reunion.
It was a tale involving an American hit that Oldfield didn’t approve of, a hit horror film, a complete rearrangement and Richard Branson’s sister.
The track also features on two parties' forthcoming collaborative EP 'Teatime Dub Encounters'.
The new EP is scheduled for release via Caroline International on 27 July.
Praised for its diversity and impact, 90s dance music is to electronica fans what the 60s were to classic rock aficionados.
As drum’n’bass was coming to the end of its peak period, the genre had yet to produce a classic album, until Roni Size/Reprazent’s ‘New Forms’ appeared.
Led by the influential David Sylvian, the band went on to become one of the most interesting and stylish protagonists of late 1970s/early 80s synth-pop.
An ambitious album that paid homage to William Blake’s poetry, ‘Tyger’ marked the end of another era for Tangerine Dream when it was released in June 1987.
Tangerine Dream’s ‘Electronic Meditation’ is an experimental work that leans heavily on Edgar Froese’s tape collages and band improvisation.