Month: October 2019

Top Picks: October 2019

Every month our featured Top Picks present new tracks, upcoming shows and everything else you need to know from five of our favourite live electronica acts. Our team of passionate music lovers at Yutaru are constantly looking for the best musical talent from across the world, showcasing a wide array of high-calibre artists in this …

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Artio’s latest release tackles mental illness with impressive beauty

Made up of Hol Brazill, Ieuan Jones and Rob Arkle, young three-piece group Artio created a sizeable buzz with the release of their first ‘Sedative EP’. Also successful, was the release of prevalent track ‘Dancing In The Ashes’, an anthem commenting on the importance and terror of the planet’s current climate. Their latest release ‘Hide …

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In Conversation: Peakes

Molly Puckering, Maxwell Shirley and Pete Redshaw have certainly had a busy year. All talented artists in their own right, the Leeds-based trio come together to form glossy alt-pop band Peakes, who’ve been filling their calendar over the summer with outstanding sets at Last Train Home and Live at Leeds. Released back in April, their …

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PREMIERE: Terrane unveils intimate and transcendental debut album ‘Underwater’

Straight from his studio space under London’s infamous BT communications tower comes Terrane’s new album, Underwater. Otherworldly beats meet intricate vocal harmonies to create expansive soundscapes which blur the boundary between organic composition and contemporary computer music. The LP begins with ‘Circles’, an aptly named track which experiments with cyclical electronic production. Terrane establishes a …

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Active Child creates ethereal soundscape on new EP, ‘Set Me Free / All Eyes On You / Cruel World’

Multifaceted Active Child’s latest release is nothing short of majestic. Two years on from his last release, the ‘Set Me Free / All Eyes on You / Cruel World’ EP marks a glorious return – a trio of songs all beautifully crafted to create one of the most soothing releases of the year. ‘Set Me …

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M83 produce an echo chamber for the 80’s in their new album ‘DSVII’

Some albums get a follow on, but not many warrant a sequel. However, French electronic music band M83 evidently decided their atmospheric 2007 release Digital Shades Vol. 1 needed a follow up, and so we have their eighth studio album, DSVII. The album cover exhibits all we come to know of the tracks. A matured …

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Jinjé shows he can’t be pigeonholed on ‘Are Those Really Birds?’

‘Are Those Really Birds?’ is a brilliant eight minute progressive exploration of atmospheric synths and complex driving polyrhythms. Jinjé – aka Lee J Malcolm – is a Yorkshire-based house and techno DJ/producer whose percussive wizardry and innovation take the listener on an uplifting escape. Also the founder of Leeds-based live techno band, Vessels, Malcolm has …

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