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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 »
Many commenters were surprised and upset that we didn't include Burial's fantastic Kindred EP in our list of the Top 5 EPs Of 2012, and I want you all to know: I voted for it! Alas my vote was not…   Read Story »
Foggy early-dubstep eminence Burial and emotive psychedelic-electronic master Four Tet have teamed up before, for a pair of tracks that also featured Thom Yorke, and now they've joined forces once…   Read Story »
Clandestine dubstep don Burial has finally, fully come forth with his first proper release since last year's "Street Halo" 12" and those Thom and Massive Attack bits. It is precisely what you should…   Read Story »
I'm pretty sure the vocal sample in this snippet of elegantly muffled electronica from Burial's forthcoming Hyperdub EP Kindred keeps repeating "head underwater," which is exactly how you would feel…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, we heard UK psych-thump pioneers Burial and Massive Attack collaborate on a new song called "4 Walls" and now here's that single's B-side, a Burial rework of Massive Attack's…   Read Story »
Bristol psych-thump originators Massive Attack and depressive-dubstep hermit Burial have always shared a certain raining-in-your-soul musical vibe, and now the two entities have teamed up for a new…   Read Story »
Hyperdub label head Kode9 stopped into the Benji B's BBC show and played lots of forthcoming music from his label, though as the self-described "Burial purist" says (presumably in response to those…   Read Story »