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Resolume adds live visual toys: animation control, abstract fields, tilt shift, and more

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Thu 19 Nov 2020 8:56 pm

Resolume remains a wonderfully accessible live visual tool for Mac and Windows - and it now has more parameter animation and effects and generators to play with, plus a trick that's indispensable in live stream picture-in-picture.

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Cabaret Voltaire: Shadow of Fear review – a fittingly dystopian fantasy from Sheffield’s industrial pioneers

Delivered... Alexis Petridis | Scene | Thu 19 Nov 2020 4:00 pm

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The first Cabaret Voltaire album in more than two decades feels oddly of the moment, their grim presentiments about disinformation, curfews and crackdowns fulfilled

Between 1974 and 1994, Cabaret Voltaire made a career out of being slightly ahead of the curve. They may well have been the world’s first industrial band. Throbbing Gristle coined the genre’s name, but more than a year before they formed, Cabaret Voltaire were ensconced in a Sheffield attic, experimenting with tape cut-ups inspired by William Burroughs, looped recordings of machinery in place of rhythms and churning electronic noise. When their sound shifted in the early 80s to something more commercially palatable, involving funk, the influence of New York electro and, eventually, collaborations with Chicago house pioneer Marshall Jefferson, it presaged their home town’s unique take on dance music, which eventually produced revered techno label Warp.

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E-Saggila Expands Her Industrial Universe

Delivered... ztippitt | Scene | Thu 19 Nov 2020 10:15 am
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