Welcome to Spannered’s music feature and review archive. What’s in here then? Well, since the site was launched in 2006, Spannered has run in-depth interviews with globetrotting tastemakers Kode9DJ Ripley and Maga Bo, tripped over to Barcelona's Sónar festival, fallen over at the first ever Bloc Weekend, toured New York's global music circuit and gotten tinnitus in Bristol and São Paulo.
 
Spannered's archive stretches all the way back to 2000, however. Have a dig about and you'll unearth interviews and features with Jeff Mills and Photek, write-ups of Cat Power and Caribou gigs, and album reviews spanning Aphex Twin to NoMeansNo.
 
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Every once in a while, a release wings in from the middle of an unknown somewhere and drops sparkling surprises on your ears. Unanticipated,...
There are a lot of interesting things happening in Denmark right now music-wise: Under Byen are creating some shocking sensual stuff with...
Following on from their 1999 debut Plastic Omnium, Ive Muller and Rene Kirchner release their second collaborative album. Although German...
More sublime, forward-looking, folksy electronica from the Melodic label. This time the Yorkshire imprint turns to the Athens, Georgia-based Empire...
A mix of blip 'n' bleep rhythm-scapes, droned-out melodies and sensitive, off-kilter vocals; despite the emotional similarities with Pram and...
During the 70s prog rock gradually found itself stubbornly striving for higher levels of technical, conceptual and compositional complexity to the...
Ewan Pearson is otherwise known as Maas, who debuted with Latitude on Soma in 1997. Since then he has carried out remix duties for a number...
This is clearly a band with style and pulling power: not only are they artistically very smooth (there is more than an aesthetic nod and wink here...
Fila Brazillia have made quite a name for themselves with their inimitable blend of pronounced percussion, sweeping analogue and inspired slick...
Filastine delivers his second album, a fresh and uncompromising musical bombardment.
Japanese techno is intrinsically linked with the name of Ken Ishi. His productions, never easily pigeonholed by the music press, have always been...
LA’s Flying Lotus is a name on everyone’s lips right now, and rightfully so considering the quality, variety and progression of his...
Kieran Hebden's latest LP offers oodles of energy and enthusiasm, but musical ecastsy is more elusive.
Some of the titles would lead you to think that Four Tet wasn't particularly fussed about trying to break new musical ground; Leila Came Round...
The press release says that the Freestlyers have tried to take their sound from “clubland to the next level – the sound of future...
You could probably accuse FSOL of heightening the dance music fetish for the pseudonym, that frustrating tactic of releasing music on the sly. In...
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