Review: Following from Nightmares On Wax's Imagineering single the legendary Warp artist follows suit with Wonder, a two track trip diving through soundsystem filter funk and crestfallen electro-jazz. Featuring the golden vocals of Haile Supreme across both tracks, "Own Me" sees the artist's voice morph between half Ol' Dirty Bastard Wu-Tang sample & half cosmic soul train instrument. Backed by heavily dubbed-out beats, peaking filter switches and dope horns, Nightmares On Wax looks to textural love ballads in "Wonder", also featuring Haile Supreme and British jazz saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings in effect. New school jazz meets future pop.
Review: In the lead up to the 25th anniversary edition of Squarepusher's legendary debut studio album, Feed Me Weird Things, Warp are warming us up with a sneak preview of "Theme From Ernest Borgnine". Remastered straight from DAT tape it will flood your imagination with memories or visions of golden era of UK dance music. Straight outta Sheffield, it follows up Squarepusher's 2020 album release, Be Up A Hello.