News — Daniel Avery
Daniel Avery's hotly anticipated sophomore album Song For Alpha, released in April this year, has been cropping up across many Album of the Year 2018 lists. AllMusic: Favourite Electronic Albums of 2018 AV Club: The Best Electronic Albums of 2018 DIY: Staff Favourite Albums of the Year DJ Mag: #15 of Albums of the Year KCRW: DJs Picks – #1 in Mario Cotto, #7 in Marion Hodges Loud & Quiet: #33 of 40 Best Albums of the Year Piccadilly Records: #53 in Albums of the Year Popmatters: #24 of 25 Best Electronic Albums of 2018 Resident Advisor: Top Tracks of 2018: 'Quick...
Listen back to Daniel Avery’s last NTS Radio show of the year including a snippet of his live show recorded at Pavilion, Irving TX supporting Nine Inch Nails. Tracklist: One – Bruce 35 – Objekt This Machines Shares Memes – Peder Mannerfelt Cut and Run – Forest Drive West Leaf – Andrea At It Again – Demdike Stare Yell0w Tail – Overmono Recorded Live at Pavilion, Irving TX – Daniel Avery themeaningoflifeistolive – Anthony Child Pick up the brand new Daniel Avery 'Strobey As F***' t-shirt exclusive to the Phantasy webstore in all sizes here. We ship worldwide.
Having just released the 4-track ‘Diminuendo EP’ last Friday, Daniel Avery shares the video for final track ‘Time Marked Its Irregular Pulse In Her Eyes’. The video was directed by Tom Andrew and Sam Davis, who previously created the visual for Song For Alpha cut ’Glass’. “Filmed with a compositional style of a given interview to camera to visually connect with the track,” the directors explain, “this short film explores a continuation on from the video for ‘Glass’. Where ‘Glass’ explored a shared state of mind in a club environment, based on a quote of Avery’s, describing ‘those moments in...
Daniel Avery releases the 4-track ‘Diminuendo’ EP, out now on Phantasy.Stream, download or buy the 12" vinyl here A memorably bracing, momentarily pummeling highlight of Song For Alpha, Avery perfectly bridges the light and dark contrast of his influences on ‘Diminuendo’. Uncompromising technoid drums establish genuine frenzy, matched by a pulsating industrial drone, ultimately collapsing into ethereal feedback, before one final round of frenetic rhythm. On ‘Hyper Detail’, the intense acid lurking beneath the surface of Song For Alpha is dramatically unleashed, easily matching the frantic energy of the previous track, and upping the potential for wide-eyed, rave-friendly electronic hypnosis....