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How to update your Mac to Mojave – not Catalina – for the new Logic and more

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Fri 15 May 2020 4:25 pm

Unless you have brand new Mac hardware, it's likely you want to run macOS Mojave for now for greater compatibility. Here's how to do it (including links to advice for when your App Store isn't cooperating).

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Dive into DJ David Goblin and The Horde’s Fantastical Hardcore

Delivered... ztippitt | Scene | Fri 15 May 2020 10:22 am

A cool wind brings green, noxious fumes over the crest of the hills. As the clearing opens, a faint pulse grows into pounding battle drums and, suddenly, an amplified guttural scream howls in the distance. Illuminated before you, basked in piercing light, is a grotesque metropolis. Welcome to the ork city—the expanded universe of DJ David Goblin. Barely a fortnight has passed since we were...

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Features | A Quietus Interview | India Dreaming: Paul Purgas On The Birth Of Indian Electronic Music – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Fri 15 May 2020 10:06 am
Features | A Quietus Interview | India Dreaming: Paul Purgas On The Birth Of Indian Electronic Music  The Quietus

Living-room disco: five of the best dance music mixes

Delivered... Ben Beaumont-Thomas | Scene | Fri 15 May 2020 9:00 am

Laser-cut minimal techno, chirruping speed garage – here is how you can make the most of our dancefloor-free moment

Hosted by the independent radio station NTS as part of its recent Remote Utopias festival, the Northern Irish dance duo take the BPM down to zero for this Blade Runner-sampling tour through vast columns of arpeggiating synth and clouds of haze, plus spots of bright guitar, piano and mallet percussion. nts.live

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Moby: All Visible Objects review – misjudged and out of touch

Delivered... Rachel Aroesti | Scene | Fri 15 May 2020 9:00 am

(Mute Records/Little Idiot)
Seeming to prefer penning candid memoirs to exploring new musical material, Moby’s 17th album has vitality but no novelty

Moby’s heydays bookended the 1990s. In 1991, the New York native smooshed together post-punk, 80s disco and the Twin Peaks score into Go, a quintessential rave track that reached No 10 in the UK charts, something he celebrated with spasmodic dancing on Top of the Pops. In 1999, his album Play, which combined American roots and club beats into the kind of dinner party-friendly dance music middle England could really get behind, went six times platinum in the UK. Capturing the zeitgeist at both ends of a decade is no mean feat, and at 54, Moby seems more intent on reflecting on his success than repeating it – nowadays he makes headlines for cringeworthily candid memoirs about his unlikely superstardom rather than any new material.

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