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TYCHO 2018

MAY 16 – Eugene, OR – McDonald Theater *
MAY 17 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory *
MAY 18 – Boise, ID – Knitting Factory *
MAY 19 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex *
MAY 21 – Denver, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheater % $
MAY 22 – Albuquerque, NM – Villa Hispana %
MAY 23 – Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren %
MAY 24 – San Diego, CA – Open Air Theatre % $
MAY 25-27 – Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp
AUG 2-5 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza
AUG 10-12 – San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands

* – w/ Emmit Fenn
% – w/ Phantogram
$ – w/ Poolside

Tickets and more info


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Following his recent signing to Ninja Tune, Leon Vynehall announces his debut album Nothing Is Still – a record that sees him digging deeper into the family history that has always inspired his most iconic tracks, whilst returning to his own musical roots.

Nothing Is Still is, at its core, an album dedicated to Vynehall’s grandparents. Emigrating from a leafy south east U.K. to New York City in the 1960s, their seven-day journey via boat from Southampton to Brooklyn, and the stories that followed, have only truly come to light upon the passing of his grandfather four years ago. “I knew they had lived in the U.S. and heard many anecdotes, but it was only after Pops died and my Nan presented these polaroids of their time there; of her waitressing at the New York Mayor’s Ball in ’66, or Pops with horses on a ranch in Arizona, that she delved deeper into their story, and I started to become overtly inquisitive about it” Vynehall says, following in depth conversations with his Nan to find out as much as he could about this part of his family history that was – in a way that easily resonates with us all – seemingly hidden in plain sight. “I felt the need to document this period for her, and it all just sort of snowballed from there.”

The result happened quite naturally, those early...


The return of Jon Hopkins and his new album, Singularity, his first since 2013’s breakthrough, Immunity. Singularity is due for release on 4th May 2018. Along with news of Singularity, Hopkins has shared ‘Emerald Rush’ the first track to be released from the album.

Singularity begins and ends on the same note: a universe beginning, expanding, and contracting towards the same infinitesimal point. Where Immunity – his hypnotic breakthrough LP – charted the dark alternative reality of an epic night out, Singularity explores the dissonance between dystopian urbanity and the green forest. It is a journey that returns to where it began – from the opening note of foreboding to the final sound of acceptance.

Shaped by his experiences with meditation and trance states, the album flows seamlessly from rugged techno to transcendent choral music, from solo acoustic piano to psychedelic ambient. Its epic musical palette is visceral and emotionally honest: with a destructive opener full of industrial electronics and sonic claustrophobia and a redemptive, pure end on solo piano.

Exploring the connectivity of the mind, sonics and the natural world, Singularity reflects the different psychological states Hopkins experienced while writing and recording. It is a transformative trip of defiance from his initial sense of frustration at the state of the contemporary world to the ultimate conclusion that a true sense of peace and belonging can only come from nature.

Singularity is intended to be...

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Following the first two elegiac notes to our dear lost Cindy, Palmbomen II’s third dedication arrives with the last 12” available independently of the four piece set and a new episode of Real Talk.

Throughout Memories of Cindy Pt. 3, voicings from the Palmbomen II paradigm are pared down to their vascular essentials. Pumping iridescent, melodic acid house through club fog and Californian smog on “Ultimate Lovestory Fantasy,” “Teleac,” and “Disappointment Island,” the nearly hymnal qualities of “Wilco’s Funeral” and “Fat Director” counter the dance cuts and commemorate Cindy with colors reminiscent of Schmoelling-era Tangerine Dream as twisted by Kai Hugo’s melon.


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DJ set in Washington DC is sold out! Tickets still available for Dallas, Houston, Boston and Brooklyn

MAR 03 – Dallas, TX – Stereo Live Dallas
MAR 04 – Houston, TX – Stereo Live Houston
MAR 07 – Boston, MA – ICON
MAR 08 – Brooklyn, NY – Output
MAR 10 – Washington, DC – Flash – SOLD OUT

Link to tickets here


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Words from Nils, October 2017:

“In the process of completion, any album not only reveals what it has become but, maybe more importantly, what it hasn’t become. All Melody was imagined to be so many things over time and it has been a whole lot, but never exactly what I planned it to be. I wanted to hear beautiful drums, drums I’ve never seen or heard before, accompanied by human voices, girls, and boys. They would sing a song from this very world and it would sound like it was from a different space. I heard a synthesiser which sounds like a harmonium playing the All Melody, melting together with a line of a harmonium sounding like a synthesiser. My pipe organ would turn into a drum machine, while my drum machine would sound like an orchestra of breathy flutes. I would turn my piano into my very voice, and any voice into a ringing string. The music I hear inside me will never end up on a record, as it seems I can only play it for myself. This record includes what I think sticks out and describes my recent musical discoveries in the best possible way I could imagine.”


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Daniel Avery returns to Phantasy for a 4-track limited edition 12” vinyl EP, Slow Fade, featuring the title track and first single from his much-anticipated sophomore LP, upcoming, April 6th 2018 via Phantasy.

A prelude to the LP’s sonic exploration of the twilight world of a personal, transient life spent between clubs, hotel rooms, airports and home, Slow Fade captures the expanded foundations of Avery’s sonic palette. Arresting club moments linger under the surface, but the focus is on the smudged ambience that underpin Avery’s grasp on rave euphoria.

As a re-entry into a broader musical universe, ‘Slow Fade’ is immediately compelling, combining neo-acid, feedback loops and pure atmosphere at a patient but restrained pace. Meanwhile, ‘After Dark’ alters this aesthetic to it’s raw, pensive elements, stripping Avery’s distinctive drums completely, revealing a meditative, ambient fog.

‘Radius’ announces itself with industrial intent, before unfolding seamlessly into a wistful electronic hymn, the perfect soundtrack to brooding London skies, and eventually evolving into slow-motion motorik. Closing the EP, ‘Fever Dream’ finds Avery at club tempo, but in a somewhat agitated state, on this occasion focusing on a paranoid rhythm that emerges clean from eerie, even paranoid territory.

Close your eyes, press repeat.

Song For Alpha:
01. First Light
02. Stereo L
03. Projector
04. TBW17
05. Sensation
06. Citizen / Nowhere
07. Clear
08. Diminuendo
09. Days From Now
10. Embers
11. Slow Fade

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John Maus – Teenage Witch
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Thundercat – Jethro
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Terrence Dixon – The Atlantic
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SW. – Untitled B1
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Ryuichi Sakamoto – solari
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Aleksi Perälä – GBLFT1740065
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For the past two years, Nils Frahm has been building a brand new studio in Berlin to make his 7th studio
album titled All Melody, which will be released on January 26th, 2018 via Erased Tapes, before Nils embarks on his first world tour since 2015.

Since the day Nils first encountered the impressive studio of a family friend, he had envisioned to create one of his own at such a large scale. Fast forward to the present day and Nils is now the proud host of Saal 3, part of the historical 1950s East German Funkhaus building beside the River Spree. It is here where he has spent most of his time deconstructing and reconstructing the entire space from the cabling and electricity to the woodwork, before moving on to the finer elements; building a pipe organ and creating a mixing desk all from scratch with the help of his friends. This is somewhere music can be nurtured and not neglected, and where he can somewhat fulfil his pursuit of presenting music to the world as close to his imagination as possible.

His previous albums have often been accompanied with a story, such as Felt (2011) where he placed felt upon the hammers of the piano out of courtesy to his neighbours when recording late at night in his old bedroom studio, and the following album Screws (2012) when injuring his thumb...

‪22 days, 13 shows & 11 countries, Scott and the crew are heading home, here are some photos from the journey.


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by: jabe147

One could argue this is Floating Points best piece of work, i’ll make that argument right now.

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Ratio (Deconstructed Mixes) – Vinyl

A: Ratio (Pt. II Organ) [19min : 04 sec]
B: Ratio (Pt. II Dub) [7min : 36 sec]

The A side of the vinyl will feature the track in two parts: the first nine minutes being identical to the digital version, followed by solely the organ section of the second half. The vinyl’s B Side in contrast will feature the beat/drums and bassline of the second half of the track in isolation.


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Tycho Europe tour kicks off 19 October in Ireland and continues through 09 November in Russia!

19 OCT – Dublin, IE – District 8 – SOLD OUT
22 OCT – London, UK – The Roundhouse
24 OCT – Barcelona, ES – Razzmatazz 2
25 OCT – Toulouse, FR – Bikini
27 OCT – Bologna, IT – Estragon
28 OCT – Turin, IT – Movement Festival
30 OCT – Basel, CH – Kaserne
31 OCT – Zurich, CH – Plaza
01 NOV – Antwerp, BE – Trix
02 NOV – Utrecht, NL – Tivoli
04 NOV – Copenhagen, DK – DR Koncerthuset
05 NOV – Stockholm, SE – Nobelberget
09 NOV – Moscow, RU – Izvestia Hall

Tickets and more info http://tychomusic.com/#tour

Live visuals for Tycho – Glider by Scott Hansen (Tycho)

As an homage to the visionary Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, Scott incorporated elements of Tarkovsky’s 1972 film Solaris into these visuals for Glider which we will be performing in Moscow.

Triangle element by Bradley Munkowitz


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John Maus is supporting Ariel Pink four nights in SF this week 10/14-17 at The Chapel. His forthcoming LP Screen Memories includes Teenage Witch which has footage of John when he was younger.


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Tycho Sunrise DJ Set on The Dusty Rhino at Burning Man

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Absolute favorite morning of all time. Thank you to everyone who was there and made it possible.

Track Listing:

Sensations’ Fix – Accudreaming
Tycho – Sunrise Projector
Tycho – Ascension
Home – Resonance
Tycho – Continuum
Boards Of Canada – Kaini Industries
Dorisburg – Votiv
Rival Consoles – Ghostin
Boards Of Canada – Wildlife Analysis
Jonny L – Tychonic Cycle
Luke Abbott – Modern Driveway
George Fitzagerald – Your Two Faces
16 Bit Lolitas – Peninsula
Weval – I Don’t Need It
Kidnap Kid – Birds That Fly
Jimpster – Porchlight And Rocking Chairs (KiNK Remix)
Weval – You Made It
Tycho – Epoch
Tycho – Dye
Boards Of Canada – Corsair
<<< Sunrise (Cloud Obscured) >>>
Tycho – Awake
Home – Above All
Tycho – Horizon
<<< Sunrise (Visible) >>>
Caribou – Can’t Do Without You (Tale Of Us & Mano Le Tough Remix)
16 Bit Lolitas – Not The Only One
Robert Babicz – Where Are You (Aparde Remix)
Tycho – Slack
Joon Moon – Chess
Tycho – Daydream


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A teaser video for “Extended Away”, the new release available this month on SENTRALL Records, limited clear 12″ vinyl. See Pacific Beach Vinyl USA for pre-order

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Drawing by: Craig Ellwood

MH018 – Cloudface – Super You

We’re happy to welcome back the artist behind MH001, Cloudface, with an EP called Super You.

Super You unfolds as 5 tracks sunk into earth, detuned FM fogging the windshield, drums fading in and out of focus. Emotional yet bracing, wide nights and blinking towers.

Please remember to keep your eye to the sky and your ears.

A1 – II
A2 – ee n oh
A3 – j p
B1 – w w i
B2 – baby j

Art by Logan Sturrock
Distributed by Rubadub

By the way, if you’re in Vancouver and have a problem with your synthesizer, drum machine, turntable, or DJ equipment, Cloudface has started a business to help you out!

Visit Nightlife Electronics

Suite #309 460 Nanaimo St
Vancouver, BC V5L 4W3
nightlife-electronics.com/


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“The Combine” is from the forthcoming album Screen Memories by John Maus available October 27, 2017. Screen Memories is also a part of a career-spanning limited edition 6 LP box set being released in April 2018.


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“The Ocean’s Salt” is the latest track from Ventura based duo Sleepercub. The two spent the past year exploring and discovering their new focused sound. The track takes their melodic and dreamy stylings (as seen from their debut “EP1″) and combines them with the left-field percussive and structural influences of producer ALEK FIN. The pairing results in a song that’s equally appropriate for a moment of reflection or a much needed distraction after a long day.

Sleepercub will be celebrating the single’s release alongside ALEK FIN at the Ojai Deer Lodge Friday August 18th (Event Info)

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This beauty was overlooked in my opinion, thoughtful synth work, emotional structure, a must listen.


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