The new edition adds six new pieces along with 'Pewter', previously issued only as a bonus track in Japan.
Suffused with emotional intensity, ‘The Colour In Anything’ finds James Blake evoking deep feelings using the language of electronica that stirs the soul.
‘Music For Installations’ is an appropriately illuminating celebration of Brian Eno’s parallel work with music, light and video.
Facing the start of the 80s with a new three-man line up, ‘Tangram’ found Tangerine Dream taking their hypnotic instrumentals into jazzier territory.
The Bristol collective hit the UK summit for the first time with the 1998 album.
The sultry track continues Halsey’s steak of infectious break-up songs, following ‘You Should Be Sad’ and ‘Without Me’.
The hour-long concert film premieres 9 May on YouTube and showcases the artist's immersive Gravity II Tour.
Having startled their fans with ‘Dazzle Ships’, OMD set out to make ‘bright and well-crafted pop songs’ with their ‘Junk Culture’ album.
If anyone’s going to make a dance-inspired playlist, the multiplatinum pop star and dance legend is the perfect candidate.
The submissions should be between 3-5 minutes long, shot in slow motion mode preferably, then uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo or Instagram.
The show will feature songs from 2013’s Massive Attack vs Adam Curtis show, with vocals from Robert “3D” Del Naja and Elizabeth Fraser.
Blake has described the track as a love song that’s about “wanting to take a little bit of someone’s load and just loving that person”.
The special edition of the duo’s ongoing “Self Isolation FM” series will benefit the Red Cross and their efforts during the COVID-19 crisis.
The singer revealed the news on an Instagram Live Q&A last night, 20 April, sharing a short snippet of the song.
So emotive that it almost finished them off, ‘Mezzanine’ proved that Massive Attack are among the best artists of their generation.
Vangelis' Chariots Of Fire film score remains an iconic work of pioneering electronica and emotive music-making that resonated through the years.