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We speak to Ludovico Einaudi on a cold September morning as he flies into the UK to promote his new album Elements. Although most often referred to as a classical composer and pianist, Einaudi's vast collection of work now encapsulates much more than such a restrictive label. [read more]
Misdirected political angst can be dangerous. [read more]
Despite currently being engaged in a large tour of North America they've shared with us a comprehensive track-by-track account of their recent album, giving us the inspiration and idea behind each song and picking out some key lines from their lyrics that help illustrate those ideas. [read more]
"This top ten is a collection of music that really stood out to me the first time I watched the films they feature in, and they are all from films I love. Some of them are very direct, and kind of the stars of the show, and some are a bit more subtle, and hit you in different emotional spots." [read more]
According to Umit, he went on a bunch of walks with his camera while listening to the album, which resulted in a "series of images inspired by the mood/sound," combined with quotes from the lyrics to "try and tell the story of the album." [read more]
The 405's most unsuccessful column is brought to you this week by music and whisky and the gentle hum of tinnitus. [read more]
"A selection of sounds commonly heard around Deathbomb HQ this summer. From music we're enjoying both new and old, to artists we're working with, to tv shows we're watching. Would have included some field recordings of our neighborhood, but our new location in Santa Maria, CA is near silent compared to our previous, super urban spot in Los Angeles." [read more]
Daniel Bateman, one half of indie crescendo dreamboats Frog, discusses the duo's self titled debut.
D∆WN and her dancers go to work in this video.
The clip mixes flower patterns and old home videos, giving it an aura of nostalgia and serenity.
He was joined by the Roots and Rapsody.
DeJ Loaf is on a roll.
It's to his credit though that he's willing to take risks and experiment with his music and allow it to continually evolve regardless of the outcome, rather than simply relying on the same predicta...
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