2016 review: September

Fabric closed, which led us to lament about the musical heritage which had been lost since we left London.  Turnmills, The End, The Cross… we cut our teeth here, we lost and then found ourselves, we made friends and made memories,…

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2016 review: July

In July, we were still in the UK.  We went to London to see Pamyu Pamyu live, and it was even better than we thought it would be.   July was also peak Pokemon Go.  Whatever happened to that?

2016 review: May

In May, we launched our debut album into the world.  It came out on digital and tape, both of which are available here as well as the usual streaming and digital places, as well as a few record shops around the…

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2016 review: April

With our album release locked in for May, we worked on our special launch live set.  A note on these: people tend to slate electronic music live for being “hit play” or whatever, or that there’s no particular skill or…

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2016 review: February

The month in which we installed a new tier on our desk and filled the space underneath it with a modular synth, and wrote an ode to sleep deprivation (out soon 2017).

Hello 2017

Goodbye 2016, the year that everyone hated, in which we failed to make a single website post.  Let’s try harder in 2017. ICYMI – we released an album.  You can get it here, on digital or a very fetching cassette.

Snow Blue on Make Believe Melodies

As a tribute to how bad we are at website, our career highlight of getting a mention on Make Believe Melodies was surpassed in March by getting our own post on Make Believe Melodies, and we’re only just posting about…

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Spazzkid – “Truly” Remix

Thanks to Spazzkid’s generous sharing of all the stems to his latest EP, we got to remix the awesome track “Truly” which features the Japanese-English rap styles of the inimitable Sarah Bonito.  Check the SC page for download links in…

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Achievement Unlocked

For the past few years, I have really loved reading Make Believe Melodies, a blog covering the whole spectrum of Japanese music.  I love the mix of interesting underground music and interesting J-Pop that gets covered on this blog (where…

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Echo Island – Crystral Trees remix is out now

The lovely people at Dilated Time Records asked us if we would remix an Echo Island track last year, and we chose “Crystal Trees”, a beautiful piece of atmospheric music with a haunting vocal, and turned it into a sprawling…

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Hexasonic

Post gig shot from Hexasonic last night. It was raining, but the gig was heaps fun

Shinagawa out now on Fogpak 11

The latest Fogpak compilation features a new Super Magic Hats track – Shinagawa.  It’s full of interesting tracks and is available as a pay what you want download. Check it here. FOGPAK #11 by super magic hats

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