Articles by Ninja Tune:
Coldcut return with the first single from their stunning forthcoming album, and it’s a Hunter S Thompson of a tune (by which we mean larger than life, not quite sane and quite possibly dangerous).
On behalf of our friends at the hub of indie cool we know as Ninja Tune, here you have a little media bounty, which includes four full length audio streams and the free tru-tones for each of the songs for you to enjoy
‘What We Must’ is the next chapter in the Jaga Jazzist history, a kaleidoscopic take on rock stylings, rolling from early 90s British shoegazer guitar pop to 70s prog rock.
Possibly the first ‘proper’ videogame soundtrack to be released as an album in its own right, this is also a blinding record, another worthy addition to Tobin’s ever-developing catalogue…
Florid insanity and plain good old smelly bullshit that characterises the political landscape of the world’s most powerful country.
Accompanied by a stunning video by Fizzy Eye that brings us prehistoric robots, lush countryside and sums up the mood of this track quite perfectly.
Hexstatic bring us their brand new album/DVD ‘Master View’. It delivers just the kind of thrills ‘n’spills you’d hope for
Combining original animation with all-access documentary footage, profiling the DJ phenomenon during a tour earlier this year.
This is huge: 10 Audio links and 6 Video hookups including artists: Treva Whateva, Super Numeri, Loka, Homelife, Chris Bowden, Mr.Scruff, Kid Koala, The Herbaliser, Cookie Monster and The Girls, Bonobo, Homelife, Jaga Jazzist, and Pest!
Simon Green aka Bonobo is back with nine perfectly formed tracks on a perfectly formed album. No huge, bloated, over-conceptualised rottage for the monkey man. He gets in, does what he has to do, gets out.
Since Saul Williams recorded debut, “Twice The First Time,” this young blood poet, MC and actor/director from America has impressed the world with skilful words and the moral and political weight of his views. When Saul was asked to become involved in the American “Not In Our Name Campaign” he obliged with a powerful message. …
Ninja Tune are breaking new ground in 2003. Videos from the latest releases and free MP3 downloads from new and established Ninja artists are available for R4NT readers. Four video streams, eight audio streams and free MP3s including Mr Scruff, Amon Tobin, Jaga Jazzist, Hexstatic, Pest, Hint, Super Numeri, Skalpel. And most of them aren’t event out – yet!
Courtesy of Ninja Tune, we have an absolute belter of an audio / video extravaganza to offer www.r4nt.com readers: DSP, Mr.Scruff, The Cinematic Orchestra, The Herbaliser, Amon Tobin, Pest, Chocolate Industries, Super Numeri, Dj Vadim & Funki Procini.