Pye Corner Audio returns to Lapsus Records with a follow-up to his much-loved 2017 EP Where Things Are Hollow, Dedicated to Andrew Weatherall. Renowned artists Alex Trochut and Basora have once again collaborated on this project, repeating the formula that made the artwork for “Where Things Are Hollow” such a collector’s item. Design: Alex Trochut …
Design: Hort Label: Systematic (3) Buy: Bandcamp
Sleeve design that fuses high-gloss appearances with a gritty undercurrent, offset by minimal typography. Sculpture by Cmnwlth, photography by Timothy Saccenti. Design: Build Label: Warp Buy: Amazon
Mark Pritchard unveils a brand new eight-track collection, The Four Worlds. Further exploring the sonic worlds first encountered on 2016’s opus “Under The Sun” and once again, an extended collaboration with acclaimed visual artist Jonathan Zawada. Design: Jonathan Zawada Label: Young Turks Recordings Buy: Bleep
Pye Corner Audio on Lapsus Records with the EP, “Where Things Are Hollow”, comprised of four breath-taking songs that transport the listener to a dystopian future throughout its twenty-four minute duration. This special release will also feature the collaboration of two of the country’s most prestigious independent graphic artists, Alex Trochut and Basora, whose artwork …
Amazing case study over at Behance on the creation of the Bicep Album campaign by Royal Studio. A great example of collaborative design featuring Lyft, Ana Types Type and Xesta Studio. Design: Royal Studio Label: Ninja Tune Buy: Amazon
Prolific electronic extraordinaire Tom Jenkinson AKA Squarepusher returns with Damogen Furies, the latest in a long lineage of landmark LPs dating back to the classic Feed Me Weird Things in 1996. Advancing on the overwhelming, big-room theatrics of 2012 LP Ufabulum, Damogen Furies sees Jenkinson take it to the extreme; deploying harsh, exaggerated melodies woven into a perplexingly complex rhythmic tapestry of his trademarked scatter-gun drum breaks and twitchy IDM roots.