The New LoFi


Debut single from Karl Zine is like pop music on acid

From the day he cut his brothers bow and arrow in half to make a pair of drumsticks, multi-instrumentalist Karl Zine realized that music was a force for life. He was 7 years old. Since then, the London-based writer and producer has engaged his passion for music on all sorts of projects. He is one…


August 2020 Mixtape

This month features new music from The Avalanches, Metronomy, Romare, channel tres, Bonobo, Röyksopp, SAULT, Kraak & Smaak, LUXXURY — there is just so much good new music on this mix this month! The mix starts off with a bit…

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“Music for Fifteen Emails” —– A new album inspired by the empty streets of coronavirus-stricken New York City

For the album, Hewitt set out to document his experience of lockdown in New York City. As New York became more and more deserted, he went out with a field recorder to report how the sounds of the city changed. And while the premise was rooted in documenting the present, the project was very heavily influenced by the minimalist Japanese kankyō ongaku movement from the 1980s.

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