Earth-shifting philosophies, wordless shoegaze treasures, cinematic heartache. The MC and producer discusses three important albums.
I realise this is coming out three weeks into the new year. That’s partly deliberate. While I’d intended to get this online within the first 10 days of 2017, I knew I couldn’t compile a proper retrospective without breaking free from 2016 first. Being impulsive and somewhat
Hip hop outfit Dälek have technically been on hiatus since 2011, although their existing records have continued to reveal themselves to me over the course of the band’s dormancy. Even an album like Absence – which was the first Dälek record I bought, a whole 10 years ago now – is
“None of this has much to do with the epic grooves that Dälek laid down on this session. And it has everything to do with it.” So says Allison Schnackenberg of Southern Records, commenting on the coincidence of Dälek’s Latitudes experience with the 2005 London bombings, and the way