The Mo’ Wax / UNKLE vaults are starting to unveil their best kept secrets…Read the full story
Another one from the archives : NME’s feature for the release of Psyence Fiction, back in 1998Read the full story
Freshly ripped from Gilles Peterson show on Worldwide FM, here is “Farewell”, a lovely new tune from the forthcoming album by UNKLE, “The Road”Read the full story
Seen those lovely tees at Lazarides and plan to buy one? Read this!Read the full story
I went to the new exhibition curated by James Lavelle in London, I loved it and took some photos.Read the full story
Yet another web radio by me! Be ready to hear some UNKLE till you go crazy…Read the full story
I’m happy to finally be able to share the four Psyence Fiction remixes that came out on the very limited and very expensive Mo’ Wax Future Past vinyl series!Read the full story
The next Daydreaming show is dedicated to UNKLE, and the forthcoming album.Read the full story
Finally some new UNKLE music which is not a remix.Read the full story
A short video of the first ever UNKLE live performance, by James Lavelle and the Scratch Perverts.Read the full story
Did you ever wonder how Mo’ Wax was positioned in the UK charts? I did, and here’s the answer in this boring post!Read the full story
DJ Shadow vs James Lavelle + UNKLE Meltdown gigs limited edition posters
New Analog made 100 of each design. They were for sale at both gigs, and are now available online. Grab yours now! http://www.new-analog.net/Reconstructed-James-Lavelle-DJ-Shadow
Southbank Centre has just published the full lineup of Meltdown 2014, curated by James Lavelle, and it’s not what I (we?) expected.Read the full story
An interesting look at James Lavelle, the man behind Mo’ Wax and UNKLE, by a student.Read the full story
This is quite unexpected : it looks like Atoms For Peace will perform one of UNKLE’s most famous tunes during their tour this summer.
Thom Yorke, a piano, and nothing else. Perfect.
UPDATED 16/06/2013 : watch a new video of RIYH performed live!
DJ Shadow and James Lavelle to work together again?
DJ Shadow did a live Q&A on Facebook yesterday. He answered a lot of questions, and one very interesting thing that came out of the chat is that he’s up to working with James Lavelle again on a new UNKLE project.
Unkle, yes, I would def work with James again
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Following the Mo’ Wax feature published in The Face in 1995, here is their huge article covering the release of UNKLE’s “Psyence Fiction”, with some good infos about the looong making of the LP and a bit of Mo’ Wax history.Read the full story
The beatmaster and long time Mo’ Wax collaborator Trevor Jackson releases an essential compilation of his earlier remixes under the alias of Underdog.Read the full story