with Blanck Mass
Stuart chats to Blanck Mass about the apocalyptic overtones of his new album. Plus, there’s Slovenian acid folk, Canadian minimalism and a fresh take on the Kinshasa sound.
Benjamin John Power talks about the apocalyptic overtones of his new album as Blanck Mass, in which he makes overwhelming, high intensity electronic music. Plus, Stuart digs into Nick Garrie’s eerie, orchestral folk album The Nightmare of J.B.Stanislas. Previously one of the great 'lost' 60s albums, it was reissued in 2010 and bears hints of darkness under it’s warm veneer. Plus, there’s Slovenian acid folk by Širom, mesmerising Canadian minimalism, a fresh take on the Kinshasa sound from Bantou Mentale.