Monthly Archives: February 2011

Anika – I Go To Sleep (Produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead)

Last year Geoff Barrow of Portishead and Beak> produced the self-titled LP from Berlin / Bristol / London based artist Anika.

Here´s a cover of The Pretenders’ “I Go To Sleep” which is our favourite song from the album.

Tim Green

Tim Green, based in the UK, specializes in designing album art, posters and tutorials for graphic design magazines.

Green certainly is a talented designer and we love his collage style. Look at his work on his werk page or Society6.

Austra – ‘The Beat and The Pulse’

Recently featured Domino signed Austra have a new video for ‘The Beat & The Pulse’ to coincide with the news that their album Feel it Break, will be released on May 13th (16/17th elsewhere).

Cut Copy Releases Mixtape, A Tale of Two Journeys

Cut Copy is proud to announce the release of their new mixtape, A Tale of Two Journeys, a medley of hits performed live at the Island Diamond Dance Hall in ’87 by Bobby Boomerang and his band.

Take a listen and enjoy here:

Hengki Koentjoro, Jakarta, Indonesia

Playing off the stark contrast present in black and white photography, Hengki Koentjoro´s recent photos show us our incredible world in a beautifully dramatic way.

Nicolas Jaar – XLR8R Podcast 184 (08-02-2011)


01 Bob Dylan “Love Sick” (Sony)
02 Nicolas Jaar “What My Last Girl Put Me Through”
03 Wendy Kane “After Laughter Comes Tears (Nicolas Jaar Edit)”
04 Nicolas Jaar “Materials (Nico’s Bluewave Edit)”
05 The Enticers “Thief (Live Set Edit)”
06 Pharoah Sanders “Meeting John Coltrane”
07 Nicolas Jaar “Variations” (Circus Company)
08 Nicolas Jaar “Hage Chahine (feat. Will Epstein)” (Wolf+ Lamb)
09 Nicolas Jaar “Dubliners” (Clown & Sunset)
10 Nicolas Jaar “Colomb” (Circus Company)
11 Nicolas Jaar “Avalanche (Tribute to Leonard Cohen)”
12 Nicolas Jaar “Russian Dolls” (Clown & Sunset)
13 Nicolas Jaar “Encore”

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Denise Grünstein

Having had numerous exhibitions at many of Sweden’s leading museums Denise Grünstein has established herself as one of Sweden’s leading photographers. Her photos present a slightly quirky, intensely personal take on the subject at hand and we’re particularly enamored with her latest exhibition entitled “Figure Out“.


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