Domenique Dumont

Domenique Dumont’s music has traditionally entailed a game of hide-and-seek, concealing vocals behind layers of reverb and placing the drums right up at the front of the mix, daring the listener to dig to get to the center of it… Read More

Jake Muir

Jake Muir’s sonic collages, made from vinyl samples and field recordings, pair pristine detail with a shadowy, secretive pulse. His 2018 album Lady’s Mantle was a foray into surf-pop plunderphonics, incorporating aquatic field recordings taken from expeditions in Iceland and… Read More

Khotin

For Dylan Khotin-Foote, house music has long been a vehicle for careful studies of ambient tone and texture. On his 2014 debut album, Hello World, the Canadian producer used hardware synths and drum machines to craft muted compositions that traded… Read More

Library Tapes

The Swedish pianist, violinist, and composer David Wenngren seems to regard minimalism less as a classical tradition than as an ascetic dare. In Library Tapes, which has been his solo project with a host of revolving collaborators since the early… Read More

Rival Consoles

Producer and composer Ryan Lee West, aka Rival Consoles, makes ambient techno with a volatile soul. His recent records take the same analog approach he developed on 2016’s Night Melody, composing the album using real-life sketches to inform his writing,… Read More

East Man

Prole Art Threat takes its name and credo from a Fall song; according to Anthoney Hart, who produces grime under the name East Man, the title is “a reflection of working-class creativity and how the establishment marginalize us and (perhaps… Read More

Julianna Barwick

In a pandemic, cynicism is a crutch, and optimism is a meme. It’s easier to be a skeptic than it is to imagine a path forward. The ironic internet mantra “nature is healing” pokes fun at viral glimpses of post-apocalypse… Read More

YATES – End of an Era

Indie electro artist, YATES, was first featured on Indie Shuffle in 2016 with “MERCURY” from his debut EP, Mercury. Fast forward four years and he has finally made a return to our front pages; two of three songs from his… Read More

Gengahr – Heavenly Maybe

I’m trying to judge whether it’s offensive to say that I’ve listened to “Heavenly Maybe” so many times that it’s become painful to listen to. On the one hand, I’m saying their song is painful to listen to, but that’s… Read More

Patawawa – So Late

After slowing the pace a little on their last release, “Forget About It,”the nu-disco trio, Patawawa, get firmly back into the groove on “So Late,” their latest in a string of cast iron, up-tempo floor fillers. The track finds the… Read More