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A few years back, a critical mass of musicians started making R&B steeped in the sort of art-damaged signifiers indie rock has traditionally claimed as its own. This wasn't the first time rhythm &…   Read Story »
The Manchester producer Holy Other has built his name on murky, mysterious bass music, and he'll soon release his debut album Held. We've already heard the title track and the early single "Love…   Read Story »
Name: Holy Other Progress Report: The reclusive producer talks about the making of Held and anticipates finally stepping out of the shadows. Since releasing his excellent debut EP, With U, last…   Read Story »
Holy Other, a Manchester-based producer of emotively gauzy glitch-swoon sadscapes, will soon release his debut album Held. We've already heard the early track "Love Some1," and now, the impressively…   Read Story »
For the past year or so, the Manchester-based producer Holy Other has been building a dark, gauzy, drifting sound, the sort of thing where the melody always seems to hover just out of reach. His With…   Read Story »
It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this…   Read Story »
Last year, right around the time summer turned to fall, we at Stereogum published our list of the 40 best new bands of the year. The idea of a "new" band is a pretty nebulous one, since many of the…   Read Story »
Berlin producer and Remixtape veteran Holy Other does his ghoulish thing on this rework of one of How To Dress Well's strongest tracks, "Suicide Dream 2." The cut appears on How To Dress Well's…   Read Story »
This late-night street-wandering MFK-directed video for Holy Other's "Know Where" fits the With U track like a shadow. The With You EP is out via Tri Angle.   Read Story »
This month's Remixtape opens with a rework of the Miracles Club by Cut Copy, a pair of remixes by Grimes, a submission by Gwilym Gold of the band Golden Silvers, and a dancehall rework of Gang Gang…   Read Story »