Posts Tagged: 'underworld'
For a while the hints have been there on Instagram, but we can now rejoice – new music from Underworld. I would have loved to see Underworld in Reykjavik; Iceland is on my ‘places to visit’ list, and to see Karl and Rick there would have been quite something. I love this track, restrained yet with Continue Reading
I had high expectations for Isles of Wonder the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony with Danny Boyle as Artistic Director, and Underworld as Musical Directors, but I was absolutely blown away by the show they created. It was wonderfully English, visually stunning, funny, moving and I struggle to do it justice with words. From the Industrial Continue Reading
The mighty Underworld bestride London headlining the South West Four electronic music and dance festival on August 27 2011. Tickets go on sale today; I’ve already got mine and I’m counting the days to August 27.
URB have a rather great drum and bass mix from the mighty Underworld available for download. The mix includes a previously unreleased and flippin’ brilliant remix of Bruce Lee. The supplied coverart is a little dodgy so I thought I’d take a stab myself taking inspiration from Underworld’s previous use of serif typefaces. Download Cover Continue Reading
Why yes, I do like Underworld.
Never mind all that election malarkey – Underworld have released their first live music in two and a half years, and it’s available free from Underworldlive until May 20th. Underworldlive describe Scribble as “a gene-splice between Yellow Magic Orchestra and Grooverider blasting out over the dancefloor at Fabric on a Friday night”. I was more than Continue Reading
A great video for a great track. In fact Downpipe is the single best track I’ve heard all year, and I urge you to run, don’t walk, to your nearest musical vending outlet of choice and purchase it now. Toolroom Records describes Downpipe beautifully: Downpipe has a massively infectious groove that builds excitement from start to Continue Reading
I was talking with a friend recently about cities; their similarities, their differences and what defines them. It struck me that cities are so much more than places and people; cities themselves have their own character and personality. It is this character, this personality that makes a city almost like a person. As with people Continue Reading