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Burial – “Stolen Dog” & “Street Halo”

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 "Ego"/"Mirror" collabs with Thom Yorke and Four Tet, but also because Untrue came ages ago): it's nice to hear some new solo Burial… More »

By: Amrit Singh / March 24, 2011

Thom Yorke x Four Tet x Burial – “Ego” & “Mirror”

That was quick. The just-announced collabs between Thom Yorke, Kieran Hebden (Four Tet), and William Bevan (Burial) debuted earlier tonight on London's Rinse FM. Text Records' black label 12" is sold out of course, but Bleep will have more "shortly." Stream them both below. More »

By: Scott Lapatine / March 15, 2011

Jamie Woon – “Night Air (Deadboy Remix)”

In its original instance, post-dubstep Brit it-kid Jamie Woon's "Night Air" received its midnight shading via production from the inimitable Burial. That backdrop's swapped for one by the similarly dubstep-steeped Deadboy, whose take on Woon's soulful, shadowy single joins one by Becoming Real on a new 12". Deadboy's is a free MP3 as of… More »

By: Amrit Singh / December 15, 2010

New Burial & Four Tet – “Moth” & “Wolf Cub”

Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet, is all about collaboration, so it's not a surprise that he teamed with shadowy English dubstep crossover Burial, aka William Bevan. The results, "Moth" and "Wolf Cub," arrive in a black sleeve and pressed onto a slab of 12" vinyl with a black label. The lack of information's a nice… More »

By: brandon / May 4, 2009

Mercury Prize 2008 Shortlist Announced For Your Gambling Pleasure

Another year, another shortlist for the Mercury Prize, another exciting way to tap your line of credit with the bookie. 2007 belonged to Klaxons' Myths Of The Near Future, who went on to collaborate with Rihanna, so you know this prize has clout. This year's Mercury Prize -- brought to you byMore »

By: Amrit Singh / July 23, 2008

Radiohead Are Weirdo Rippers

Last night No Age's drumming vocalist Dean Spunt emailed us, mentioning that to his surprise he caught Colin Greenwood sporting a No Age t-shirt during the broadcast of their 93 Feet East gig. In his words, "IN RAINBOWS , NO AGE IN RAINBOWS." He's right (see below). And hell, the L.A. duo's rainbow… More »

By: Stereogum / January 18, 2008

Burial – Untrue

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By: Stereogum / November 20, 2007 DJ Sets brought us heads in boxes, Björk and Smiths covers, a live "Reckoner," and that surreal have-we-all-gone-deaf performance, among sundry other goodies ... like those DJ sets. When we live blogged the event, we were particularly taken by the spinning: Thom spasmodic with !!!, M.I.A., Burial (which Ed plays, too), etc. And it wa… More »

By: Stereogum / November 19, 2007
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