Slikback has self-released a new album full of collaborations with other artists.
Titled 'MELT', the 16-track album was initially teased last month with the Van Boom collaboration 'SKIN TIGHT'. Each track sees Slikback team up with one other artist, with the likes of Objekt, Ziúr, KMRU, Tzusing and Brodinski among those who feature.
The album is available to buy now via Slikback's Bandcamp page.
Ziúr will release her second album via Planet Mu later this month.
Exploring darker territories with gritty electronics on her first full-length release 'U Feel Anything?' in 2017, Ziúr showcases a different style completely with new album 'ATØ’.
When she was a teenager, one of Ziúr’s favourite bands was L7, the proto-riot grrrl group with a caustic sense of humour and melody. Growing up as a punk, she was gradually put off by the aesthetic clichés and socio-political insularities of the scene. She moved to Berlin in the mid-’00s and never looked back.
What’s the last track that fell in love with and why?
MC Yallah X Debmaster – ‘Teba Kuda Mabega’. The instrumentation and vocals bang so hard that I can’t resist. An ultimate banger!
What’s the last film that you watched, and what did you think of it?
Frogs, which was directed by Martin Kohout. It’s one of the short films that I curated for the cinema section at my record release party. I thought it was quite funny, but I don’t know if Martin felt the same way.
Inventive DJing, mind-altering live sets, and absurd explorations in artificial intelligence make for an unparalleled late-summer day out at Wysing Polyphonic 2019. Marking its tenth annual festival, Wysing Arts Centre, situated a few miles west of Cambridge, proves itself once again to be a vital hub for forward-thinking art and sounds.