Blondes’ Warmth LP features in Trax Magazine


“Warmth starts relatively gently, establishing the hypnotic foundations of an aesthetic transforming the synthetic into organic, but from the third beach – Quality of Life – we get to the heart of the matter, with a frontal percussive assault leaving no doubt about intentions of the project.”

“As venomously noisy as Factory Floor, Blondes have managed an album as brutal and as psychedelic”

“Their music has always been concerned about the dance floor, and here more than ever”

Blondes’ Warmth LP on R&S Records recently featured in Trax Magazine, be sure to grab a copy!

WOLFEP042 Launch Party at Mr Bongo’s


To celebrate the release of Medlar’s WOLFEP042, there is going to be an in-store at Mr Bongo’s in Brighton tomorrow. Head along to the event if you’re around!