‘Power, Corruption & Lies’: The Truth Behind New Order’s Pivotal Album
Innovative and influential, the ‘Power, Corruption & Lies’ album helped New Order establish their own identity, post-Joy Division.
‘Sound Of Silver’: How LCD Soundsystem Brought Disco Home
Forcing the US to contribute to the global dance-music phenomenon it had instigated, ‘Sound Of Silver’ was LCD Soundsystem’s richest work yet.
Blue Monday: How A New Order Song Changed The Face Of Music
Still sounding like the future of electronic music, New Order’s Blue Monday remains “unsurpassed” as a “song to make you dance”.
Low-life: Why New Order’s Third Album Remains A Career High
A consistently inspired album, ‘Low-life’ marked the point where New Order’s fusion of rock and electronica became seamless.
How LCD Soundsystem’s Debut Album Became A Dance-Punk Classic
Released during the “New Rock Revival” era, LCD Soundsystem’s debut album saw punk maverick James Murphy redefine dance music forever.
‘Lost Sirens’: Why New Order’s “Outtakes” Album Stands On Its Own
Dusted down after years ‘in a cupboard’, New Order’s ‘Lost Sirens’ album includes some of the group’s best music.
‘Dutty Rock’: How Sean Paul Took Dancehall Into The Mainstream
Featuring the hit Gimme The Light, the ‘Dutty Rock’ album elevated Sean Paul beyond all other dancehall artists.
‘Electric Café’: How Kraftwerk Took On ‘Techno Pop’
With their position as electro-pop godfathers beyond doubt, Kraftwerk’s ‘Electric Café’ album saw the group respond to the rise of dance music.
‘The Painter’: “I’m Still Finding Out What I Can Do” Says William Orbit
William Orbit’s first new album in eight years, ‘The Painter’ finds him flush with inspiration. ‘I’m full of surprises,’ he tells Dig!
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