Today’s Record Roundup presents three acts that, while they sit on disparate ends of the genre map, have each developed reputations as skilled songwriters and steadfastly uncompromising artists: electronic star SBTRKT, New York noisemakers Perfect Pussy, and our own Wagons. Check out all of this week’s new music right here! SBTRKT – Transitions With the
SBTRKT, the musical project of producer Aaron Jerome, has dropped a brand new instrumental track called Hold The Line. The masked post-dubstep phenomenon debuted the track during an appearance on Mary Anne Hobbs‘ BBC Radio show, in anticipation of his upcoming new LP. Hold The Line is the first in a series of instrumental vinyl
Masked man of mystery and super-producer, SBTRKT, has released a new track, Surely. His latest work, Hold On, was released digitally back in February and is scheduled for physical release on May 7. The image accompanying Surely online shows that it will be released as a single through the Young Turks label. Having only just
It’s been an action-packed 6 to 7 months for Aaron Jerome. Since releasing his highly praised LP under the moniker of SBTRKT in June 2011, Jerome has played around the globe and in the process tuned a worldwide audience into his electronic imagination.
Laneway-bound SBTRKT has sold out his Sydney sideshow at the Metro Theatre on February 3. Promoter Handsome Tours tweeted the news earlier this afternoon, stating: @HandsomeTours: “Hey slow pokes, SBTRKT show in Sydney is now SOLD OUT!” The London DJ/producer is coming to our shores next month for the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival – so those
Following his sold-out debut Australian DJ tour and the release of his self-titled album earlier this year – South London producer SBTRKT (pronounced ‘subtract’) will return to Australian shores on the back of his appearances at the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival in 2012. Update: A tweet from SBTRKT has caused some confusion about the shows…
South London producer SBTRKT has announced a few Australian Tour dates for 2011