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Last year I spent three hours researching the "Four Tet is Burial" hoax before realizing the tip I was working off came from a satire site. I felt dumb then and feel dumb now admitting it, but the…   Read Story »
James Blake did not end up interviewing Burial during his BBC Radio 1 residency tonight, but he did debut a Harmonimix remix of BeyoncĂ©'s "Drunk In Love" and a new song, "40455," that you can hear…   Read Story »
A little more than halfway through the 10-minute title track of Burial's Rival Dealer EP, around the time the first titanic sawtooth bassline disappears into static and the second one comes roaring…   Read Story »
Today, Burial releases his astonishing Rival Dealer EP, after announcing the record's existence just two weeks ago. The three-track, half-hour work represents a big musical departure for the…   Read Story »
We just published our 50 Favorite Songs Of 2013, but this week reminded us that the year ain't over yet. On Wednesday, both EMA and Burial dropped new songs that would have commanded serious…   Read Story »
This is becoming a thing now with Burial -- we put out our year-end list in early December; he (she?) drops a new record a week later. Last year it was the One/Two EP; this year it's Rival Dealer.…   Read Story »
About a year ago, the reclusive London rainy-beats producer Burial gave very little notice before releasing his Burial/Truant Sleeper EP. Apparently, he enjoyed throwing everyone's year-end lists…   Read Story »
Kieran Hebden, the expansive and adventurous electronic producer who records as Four Tet, has released a few tracks with the reclusive atmospheric-dubstep spectre Burial, but he's apparently been…   Read Story »
There was no getting away from EDM in 2012. While the three-letter hashtag has certainly caused buzz among radio stations and indie blogosphere alike, it's been a big year for dance on and off of the…   Read Story »
In 1959, Ornette Coleman released The Shape of Jazz To Come, a record with content almost as audacious as its title. Forty-seven years later, Coleman at least partially fulfilled his own challenge…   Read Story »