Aphex Twin – Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments (Pt. 2 EP)

Aphex Twin vuelve a la carga con una orquesta de instrumentos acústicos controlados a distancia por un software especialmente elaborado por él. El resultado es música mecánica, rara y con un toque funk dislocado, que desconcierta a lo bestia.


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Danse à Deux Temps

 

 

Written and Directed_ Jessy Moussallem
Collection_ Vanina
Choreography_ Les Filles Föllen
Choreographer_ Tuixén Benet
Featuring_ Mireia Salip & Andrea Just
Music_ Jon Dix & Beck Goldsmith

 


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Björk – Vulnicura

Björk hace balance de su ruptura con Matthew Barney en un álbum líricamente sincero y vulnerable hasta lo doloroso donde los arreglos de cuerda de la era ‘Homogenic’-‘Vespertine’ vuelven a manifestarse como testigos de su desamor.


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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Euclid

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith escribe canciones pop angelicales con un sintetizador Buchla, logrando así texturas de fantasía. Inspirada por la geometría, su sonido es de todo menos matemático: despierta emociones muy humanas.


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Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love

El trío de Olympia pone fin a un hiato editorial de una década con un trabajo que mantiene el tipo frente a sus mejores obras del pasado. Frente a la aproximación al rock denso de ‘The Woods’, en ‘No Cities To Love’ vuelven a su esencia disparando canciones cortas, urgentes, cargadas de rabia y malestar político transformado en energía revivificante.


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Powell – 11-14

Powell, la última sensación del techno y el ruido experimental en Londres, reúne el material de sus EPs en una antología escurridiza que pone orden en el tablero de juego electrónico: él puede ser el futuro de muchas cosas.


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By |enero 16th, 2015|art, Audio, ciencia, city, culture, science|0 Comments

Watch the Official Video for FKA Twigs’ “Pendulum”

FKA Twigs follows up her topless cover for V Magazine with an equally provocative video for her latest single, “Pendulum.” Taken from her debut album, LP1, the track chronicles the all too familiar feeling of an unrequited love, and the video was directed by twigs herself. The singer uses her breathy, falsetto voice to contrast with the visuals of the video, in which she is tied up, bondage-style, by her own hair, before things take a turn for the even weirder. You can order LP1 now via iTunes.

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5 Upcoming Brands to Watch Out for This Month | Gioventú, Atelier Brume, Les Incompétents & More

Given the never-ending stream of new labels that floods Highsnobiety’s inboxes daily, we thought it high time we introduced a series dedicated to shining the spotlight on aspiring talent in the world of fashion, streetwear and beyond. Each month we will be bringing you a fresh batch of upcoming brands, presenting fresh products you would otherwise never see and allowing you to impress your friends with your colossal knowledge of obscure fashion lines. Here’s the best newcomer labels to land in our inbox this month – from nautically-inspired lifestyle gear from the Spanish coast to bleak brutalism from Paris – get to know them before they’re massive.

If you wish to be considered for a roundup then by all means get in touch.

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Watch ‘The Brainiac,’ the awful Mexican horror movie that inspired Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart


 
One of the strangest movies ever made, The Brainiac (a/k/a El baron del terror) is also the subject of “Debra Kadabra,” the first song on Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart’s Go to Source

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New Balance x BEAUTY&YOUTH CRT300

Japanese label BEAUTY&YOUTH, of retailer United Arrows residency, translates the original New Balance CT300 tennis shoe silhouette with a more minimalistic, stylishly conscious approach resulting in the CRT300 model. One colorway features a white & light grey upper with mesh and nappa leather detail, perforated side logo, and black heel, while the other sports a more bold and feminine scheme including a two-tone beige upper with suede and nylon detail and a scarlet side logo and heel. Highlighted by its versatile wearability, the CRT300 offers sophisticated athleticism for a look suitable both on and off the court.

The shoe is set for a January 31 release date and will be available online and at select BEAUTY&YOUTH stockists.

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