Chris Cunningham x Aphex Twin

Remember this video directed by Chris Cunningham?  See full video here.

Fast fact, the French term for window shopping is faire du lèche-vitrine, which literally translates to “licking the windows”.  

To get free tickets to see Chris Cunningham’s latest work at Audi City London on July 19th & 20th follow @audicity on Twitter and wait for our special tweet.

Chris Cunningham x Aphex Twin
Remember this video directed by Chris Cunningham?  See full video here.
Fast fact, the French term for window shopping is faire du lèche-vitrine, which literally translates to “licking the windows”.  
To get free tickets to see Chris Cunningham’s latest work at Audi City London on July 19th & 20th follow @audicity on Twitter and wait for our special tweet.

History of electronic music from Bleep

Warp Records, a record label that works with the best of avant garde music makers including everyone from !!! to Aphex Twin to Autechre to Grizzly Bear to Brian Eno, started an online record shop for individuals to download music or purchase it in physical form.

They have recently compiled A Guide to Electronic Music - “a 55 track compilation charting the historical emergence of electronic music by looking at landmark tracks from the 1930s to present day.”

The compilation is as enjoyable as educational, and takes you on a chronological journey through all the best songs that have utilised electronic and digital technology in an innovative way.

You can buy it here for about £15.

Also, check out their uber cool electronic music timeline on Facebook.

History of electronic music from Bleep
Warp Records, a record label that works with the best of avant garde music makers including everyone from !!! to Aphex Twin to Autechre to Grizzly Bear to Brian Eno, started an online record shop for individuals to download music or purchase it in physical form.
They have recently compiled A Guide to Electronic Music - “a 55 track compilation charting the historical emergence of electronic music by looking at landmark tracks from the 1930s to present day.”
The compilation is as enjoyable as educational, and takes you on a chronological journey through all the best songs that have utilised electronic and digital technology in an innovative way.
You can buy it here for about £15.
Also, check out their uber cool electronic music timeline on Facebook.