The Acid House Story

The Acid House story, Cone Magazine, photography by Louise Harrison

In preparation for Bloc Festival this weekend, we delve into the history of one genre which so many others stem from  – the one and only Acid House, and how it was one of the biggest youth revolutions in terms of the way we think, dress and like to party today. Acid House has had […]

New Aphex Twin EP ‘Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2’

Aphex Twin Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments pt2

Richard D. James aka Aphex Twin returned from the silent depths of creative solitude, with Syro last year. It had been over a decade since Aphex Twin released any material. Now, for the second time in only four months, new music has been released from the Cornish born legend of electronic sound manipulation, entitled Computer Controlled […]

Future Brown release new album after their recent signing to Warp records

Future Brown|Cone Magazine

After their signing to Warp records in September of 2014, the rising supergroup Future Brown have recently announced on Warps website a forthcoming self-titled album. Comprised of Kuwaiti-born Al Qadiri, Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda AKA LA duo Nguzunguzu, and J-Cush, the boss of NYC label Lit City Trax, the group have seen a quick emergence […]

Review: Flying Lotus – You’re Dead

Flying Lotus on Cone Magazine

Californian Flying Lotus released at the end of 2014 ‘Your Dead’, a philosophical look at the themes of mortality with a metaphysical approach to the nature of existence, especially highlighted in ‘Never Catch Me Feat Kendrick Lamar’. Lotus’ body of work tends to touch on personal themes in his life such as his first album with his […]