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Although his career stretches back much further, the legendary turntablist first struck gold with his 1996 full-length debut, Endtroducing..... , an all-sample album that continues to inspire nearly two decades after its release...Josh Davis) has
James Lavelle's interest in seeking out the boundaries of creativity started quite early. First in the form of the iconic Mo' Wax record label, one which he founded at only the age of 18. Lavelle would push the envelope again in the creation of music.
Andrew Drever October 7, 2011 DJ Shadow is back with The Less You Know, the Better , his first album in five years. DJ Shadow isn't a stranger to provoking his fans, writes Andrew Drever...Most of the fallout, both from fans and critics, centred on
It was always going to be a bit odd watching UK dance kings, Unkle. When an act relies so heavily on guest vocalists like Ian Brown, Josh Homme and Thom Yorke, yet there is no chance of said singers dropping their own work and jumping on the Unkle
From Thom Yorke to Joshua Homme, Richard Ashcroft to Nick Cave, James Lavelle has worked with all the big names. But the man behind UK band Unkle says the list of "must have" artists never gets any shorter. "It's endless. As an example, last year
Another Night Out . "It kind of felt that it was part of the same period of recording; it didn't feel like it would work necessarily as a stand-alone record when we were putting it together," Lavelle says. "We just wanted to finish off the tracks
Britain's iconic experimental hip-hop outfit will make some orchestral manoeuvres on the Concert Hall stage...And they'll continue their bold experimentations when they hit the Opera House Concert Hall on May 9...Lavelle will be helped out on
Musician and co-founder of Unkle James Lavelle, a man who has collaborated with greats such as Thom Yorke, Ian Brown and Jarvis Cocker, is set to host another artistic collaboration with a three-day pop-up music and art show at the Haunch of Venison
Gallery Artists' Review, London The Wapping Project Bankside, the commercial gallery offshoot of the Docklands arts centre-cum-dining experience, has staged some top-notch exhibitions in its first year. Lens-based media is its focus and this review