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Deep testing: new Dreadbox Typhon firmware, new powers for this monosynth

Delivered... Adam Jay | Scene | Wed 10 Feb 2021 5:49 pm

Analog synth + Sinevibes digital effects - the Dreadbox Typhon is one of the most compelling synths of the moment. So we turn to one of its bug testers to let us know how to get the most out of this week's big new update.

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Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 10 Feb 2021 5:22 pm
David Guetta has just been named as a headliner for Saturday, 28 August. Check out the full lineup, ticket options and more.

Björk On ‘Biophilia’ And Making Music Interactive

Delivered... Hans-Ulrich Obrist | Scene | Wed 10 Feb 2021 5:00 pm

In the past, being an ambitious band or musician meant coming up with new and exciting concepts for albums. With Biophilia, Björk has decided to reinvent the concept of the album itself. Her seventh longplayer, available both in classic album format as well as in a bundle of specially designed apps, is an interactive nature- and science-themed extravaganza of grand technological proportions.


No drone unturned: tracing the sound that unites ancient and modern

Delivered... Harry Sword | Scene | Wed 10 Feb 2021 10:00 am

From primitive instruments and sacred chants to today’s minimalist electronica and metal, drone music has a long and mystical history. A new book investigates

From the womb – where the rushing of maternal blood is heard loud and clear at 88 decibels – through myriad historical, spiritual and subcultural pathways, our connection to the drone runs deep. Many ancient instruments – didgeridoo, bullroarer, carnyx – produced sustained tones, while the ancient Greeks evoked the delirium of Dionysus with the drone of the Aulos pipes. Indeed, religious practice all over the world, from the sacred Buddhist Om to haunting Gregorian chant, continues, as it has done for centuries, to centre the drone as a sonic enabler of meditative transcendence.

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