Burial is a British producer of electronic music from London.
Burial in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 04.01.2013
It’s been more than five years since »Untrue« came out. Since then, Burial has only released short pieces, but they’ve all been worth their money. »Truant / Rough Sleeper« is, too.
Music − Review | posted 08.05.2012
With the »Kindred EP«, Burial is set for new horizons, but doesn’t leave »Untrue« too far behind. It’s a balancing act that could have hardly worked out better.
Music − Review | posted 21.04.2011
Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke
A sign of life after all the waiting: For__ Ego/Mirror__, Burial assembled Four Tet and Thom Yorke to create a truly brilliant 12inch.
Music − Column | posted 16.06.2021
The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead (1986)
Released in 1986, »The Queen Is Dead« is the culmination of the British band The Smiths’ career, which lasted only five years and four studio albums. It still sounds refreshingly idiosyncratic even after so long.
Music − News | posted 03.05.2021
Exclusive Edition: »Montecarlo Magic«
The Berlin-based musician releases her second album »Montecarlo Magic« on Fun In The Church in July. Exclusively at HHV Records there is a special edition limited to 150 copies.
Music − Review | posted 16.06.2021
Released on Music From Memory, the debut from California duo Loveshadow is an album for making love on the beach.
Music − Column | posted 11.06.2021
Porter Ricks – Biokinetics (1996)
When Porter Ricks released the album »Biokinetics« in 1996, it was more than just a collection of their first 12inches flanked by two bonus tracks. It was a utopian attempt to expand upon the dub techno formulas.
Music − Review | posted 14.06.2021
Like looking up at the starry night sky: Canadian musician Loscil has released a new album, »Clara,« on Kranky.