Mute / Spoon Records set to release Can Live series, first Can: Live in Stuttgart 1975 incoming in May

Legendary krautrock outfit Can is one of the most influential bands of all time, with a catalogue that keeps on giving. Highlighting their live performances, Mute and Spoon Records have announced the release of a series of live albums, The Can Live series. Remastered from the original tapes to the best possible quality, The Can Live series was overseen by founding member Irmin Schmidt and producer / engineer Rene Tinner. Can: Live in Stuttgart 1975, the first of five parts, will be released on May 28th. The first taste from it comes in the shape of a snippet from the epic, vibrant and groovy jam ‘Stuttgart 75 Eins’. Take a listen now.

Watch Can’s official video for ‘Vitamin C’

Can - Vitamin CThe amazingly groovy and psychedelic ‘Vitamin C’, taken from Can‘s album Ege Bamyasi, has been paired with an accompanying video 45 years on from its original release. ‘Vitamin C’ is one of the tracks featured in The Singles, a collection of all of Can’s singles, which came out last month as a triple release to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The video was created by Josh Graham at Suspended In Light and you can watch it below.

Can The Singles is out now via Mute.

Listen to Can’s ‘Shikako Maru Ten’ off forthcoming CAN The Singles

Can The SinglesThis year marks the 50th anniversary of Can, who are one of, if not the most influential band of all time. To celebrate this monumental occasion, and following a very special show at the Barbican in London last month, a collection of all of their singles is being released as a triple vinyl. Entitled CAN The Singles, it comes out on June 16th through Mute.

The delightfully groovy and sultry ‘Shikako Maru Ten’ is one of the singles included in Can’s upcoming release. A rarer track, it never appeared on an album and was the B-side to ‘Spoon’, off their 1972 album Ege Bamyasi. This is the first time ‘Shikako Maru Ten’ is available digitally so give it a listen now.

Mixtape #80

One of the most refreshing and thrilling things in music for the past decade has to be Brandt Brauer Frick. The acoustic dance trio from Berlin craft a sound that is as original as it is unclassifiable, combining traditional jazz instrumentation with electronica, and drawing influences from disparate musical worlds. Their last album, Joy, made it swiftly to our 15 Album Picks of 2016, so we're over the moon to present the intoxicating mix they put together for us this month, featuring tracks old and new from all around the globe. Press play and dance!


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Mixtape #49

Earlier this year, we were stunned by the new album from Bristolian quartet Get The Blessing. They won us over with their wonderful blend of sounds drawing from jazz to pop and electronica. So this month we've asked them to put together our mixtape and even though they were busy (and still are) touring Europe, they obliged. And we're sure glad they did, press play already!

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Mixtape #26

  1. Jherek Bischoff – Young & Lovely (feat. Zac Pennington & SoKo) [The Leaf Label / Brassland]
  2. ROM -Whale Vomit [Pingipung]
  3. Torkelsen – Ugle [SellOut! Music]
  4. Liars – No. 1 Against The Rush [Mute]
  5. St. Vincent – Krokodil [4AD]
  6. Zs – Balk [Planoria]
  7. Arc In Round – Hallowed [La Société Expéditionnaire]
  8. James Ferraro – Linden Dollars [Hippos In Tanks]
  9. Haruomi Hosono – Gaplus [Scitron Digital Content]
  10. Can – Millionenspiel [Mute]
  11. Get Well Soon – You Cannot Cast Out The Demons (You Might As Well Dance) [City Slang]
  12. Zammuto – Too Late To Apologize [Temporary Residence]
  13. Gosprom – San Francisco [Headphonica]
  14. Dusted – (Into The) Atmosphere [Hand Drawn Dracula / Polyvinyl]
  15. Bruce Peninsula – 2nd 4th World War [Bruce Trail Records]