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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Ah, NoMeansNo. One of those bands that have been there all along, having moments of brilliance both noticed and missed. You get the feeling...
Anyone familiar with the big crunch theory? The one where the decreasing thrust of the big bang combined with ever present gravity means that, one...
Switches is the fourth release on Audiobulb, a new Sheffield-based electronica label. David Newman, Audiobulb's proprietor, met the artists whose...
Jeff Mills finally releases a CD compilation of his two very scarce Axis double packs for those who missed them first time round or who could not...
The rumours of a B12 Records CD release of all those rare-as-hens-teeth 12”s from back in ‘the golden era of British techno’...
It feels like an age since I reviewed the first two volumes of this hugely anticipated (by me, at least) reissue...
New material signals a welcome return for techno legends B12, but the Essex boys are not quite back on their feet yet, says Kone-R.
It's been a long and varied journey for the Posthuman pairing of cousins Richard Bevan and Joshu Doherty. Since debuting in 2001 with releases...
If your mate sent you a tape of some Janet and John production with him MCing about how George Bush is a cunt, you’d probably think it was...
The brand new Roots Manuva is back. His own earlier work has served to create the unique taste by which this album is to be enjoyed. Publicists and...
There have been plenty of approaches to hip hop jazz, from Stetsasonic's Talkin All That Jazz (which, let's face it, didn't have much to do...
Big Dada's energetic new kids meld bouncy East Coast hip hop with what sounds dangerously like Brighton Big Beat circa 1996. Is it successful though?
Upwards comes across as more thoughtful than those who've only come across Turn It Up Little and Get Over It might expect, with slow soulful tracks of introspection and social commentary in mutual complement with bouncing hip hop that you can't help but dance to, grinning like an idiot.
Lotek Hifi's mini album proves the range of Big Dada's roster in the wake of Ty's latest outing (see album review) and sees producer Wayne Bennett...
Rodney Smith returns for a fourth album on Big Dada, the label from which he has become inseparable. While Awfully Deep showed a...
With Ty just nominated for the Mercury Prize and Infinite Livez attracting widespread and deserved critical acclaim, it seems that Big Dada can do...
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