Tag Archives: clark

Stream: Clark – Fantasm Planes

Clark’s EP Fantasm Planes is coming out on Warp on the 3rd of September. With it he promises “No hippie shit” just “conjuring full mind distortion”. Exactly what that means is unclear but do you really expect someone who makes music like this to make a whole lot of sense?

Mint Magazine Podcast #14: SXSW Special

A SXSW special podcast featuring some of the best stuff we saw/missed in Austin including Suckers, Haim, Mozart’s Sister, Zambri and some other treats too…

Download: Clark – Com Touch

Totem Flare by Clark is one of my favourite albums of electronic madness ever. Amazingly it was released over 3 years ago, the good news is that there’s another record on the way.

One Skater One Spot- Leon Clark

Leon Clark leads us into the winter night, set amongst diffused light and a worn out car park. Leon’s style crossed with the imaginative filming of James Harris has left us all magnetised to that one environment for those 60

Then & Now – Is Tropical.

I saw Is Tropical a while ago at the pissy floored sweat-box that is Corsica Studios in Elephant & Castle, and I was blown away – then I got super drunk, watched my girlfriend throw up outside a chicken shop, passed out & forgot about most of the night before.

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Econobeat: The Death of the Music Critic

Music journalism is in a sorry state right now. There are plenty of lone fighters out there, plenty of heroes, but a quick scan of any publication touching the mainstream…

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FILM: Weekend

If rumour is to be believed, the FBI are currently spending their time getting pre-emptively flustered about Clint Eastwood’s forthcoming biopic of J. Edgar Hoover, and the extent to which…

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The Style History of Visual Kei

For the uninitiated, Visual Kei is a Japanese music genre that blends together punk, glam metal, speed metal and potentially the most ridiculous clothing to ever be worn onstage.