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  1. A co-commission from 180 Studios and Fact. ‘Broken Melody’, the second single from Caterina Barbieri’s new album Spirit Exit, is accompanied by a gorgeous visual from director Iacopo Carapelli and artist Ruben Spini, which sets stunning, slow-motion footage of levitating bodies against Barbieri’s equally transcendent synths and haunting vocals. Picking up the thread of

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  2. In a contemporary retelling of the medieval morality tale Les Visions Du Chevalier Tondal directors Louis-Jack and Jăk Skŏt have enlisted the talents of movement artist Magnus Westwell, CGI artist Enes Güç, designer AGF Hydra and producer and sound artist IVVVO to relocate a Boschian vision of purgatory to a contemporary club basement. Artists and […]

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  3. A trip into the scuzzy, zoned-out musical world of London producer and NTS resident MOBBS. South London producer MOBBS has been one of NTS Radio’s most rewarding residents since his monthly show started in 2016. His mixes cover broad musical ground – one of his shows saw music from the Silent Hill soundtrack sharing airtime […]

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  4. Drawing inspiration from late ’90s horror, directors Karo Rutkowska and Ezekiel follow a young man possessed by the spirit of a sinister rave. ‘I Need It’ is the spooky opening salvo from Blimey, ambient jungle iconoclast THUGWIDOW and horror show sound designer Bruised Skies‘ debut outing on Sherelle and Naina’s heavy hitting Hooversound Recordings. Building

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  5. Darwin takes a trip through dance floor transcendence and sonic catharsis for this week’s Fact mix. Between her record label, SPE:C, and her beloved party, REEF, the Canada-born, Berlin-based DJ Darwin is responsible for splashing the vibrant grit and visceral weight of UK soundsystem music across the mostly monochromatic sound palette of Europe’s densest techno

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  6. Weirdcore delves into his new work Subconscious, an abstract journey into the inner mind soundtracked by Aphex Twin. Weirdcore is a visual artist whose work has been inextricably linked with electronic music since he began experimenting with Max/MSP in the ’90s, drawing inspiration from the early rave scene to create lysergic visual collages. In 2004, […]

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  7. Experimental sounds and Friday night club jams from the Rhythm Section label manager and Worldwide FM host. Emily Hill’s love of dance music has taken her from Dorset’s boggiest jump-up raves to the clubs of Berlin via Manchester and London in pursuit of bass, electro, coldwave and lysergic chug. While living in London she worked […]

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  8. Fact is proud to present the trailer for Lawrence Lek’s Theta, which features an original score and sound design from Kode9 and is showing as part of Future Shock, which is open now at London’s 180 The Strand and runs to 28 August 2022. You can catch Lawrence Lek in conversation with Kode9 at Reference […]

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  9. Visual artist and designer Nicoló Cervello locates an industrial club space in constant transformation as the perfect setting for ABADIR’s mutagenic approach to splicing different Arabic rhythms with symbiotic club styles. Mutate, the new album from Cairo producer ABADIR and the landmark 50th release from the taste-making, scene-stealing Shanghai imprint SVBKVLT, was born out sonic

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  10. Mi-El turns in an irresistible session of formative music, ferocious club flames and some personal favourites, all as hot and humid as a 40-degree storm moving over London. If you have so much as a little finger on the pulse of south London’s unfuckwithable club scene, chances are mi-el needs absolutely no introduction. As co-booker […]

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