Mute Records has announced the Festival Mute Mexico 2015, presented by Punto De Encuentro. The festival, on Saturday March 21st, 2015, takes place at…Read More
Born in 1980 in Melbourne, Australia, Frost relocated to Reykjavík Iceland in 2005 and working together with close friends Valgeir Sigurðsson and Nico Muhly, formed the Bedroom Community record label/collective.
His albums, including Steel Wound (2003), Theory of Machines (2007) and BY THE THROAT (2009) fuse intensely structured sound art with militant post-classical electronic music, shape-shifting physical power with immersive melody, concentrated minimalism with ﬁerce, rupturing dark metal. In 2010 he was chosen by Brian Eno as part of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé program for a year of collaboration, one of the outcomes of which was Sólaris; a re-scoring of the Tarkovsky classic for Poland’s Sinfonietta Cracovia. The pair continue to work together on a range of projects.
Ben Frost has revealed Regis’ Self Medication Edit of Nolan, taken from the forthcoming EP, V A R I A N T, out on…Read More
Ben Frost has unveiled a new remix from the EP, V A R I A N T, and announced new tour dates in Russia, Brazil, and Australia. V A R I A N T is released on limited edition vinyl and download on 8 December 2014, and features remixes of tracks taken from his latest album A U R O R A. Listen to Australian duo HTRK’s:Read More
Ben Frost has announced a brand new EP, V A R I A N T, out on vinyl and download on 8 December 2014. This limited edition EP features remixes of tracks taken from the latest album A U R O R A by British producer Evian Christ (following his Waterfall EP and work with Kanye West); Downward label boss and techno producer Regis:Read More
A U R O R A is wholly absent of guitar, of piano, of string instruments and natural wooden intimacy. Instead, it offers a deﬁant new world of ﬁercely synthetic shapes and galactic interference, pummelling skins and pure metals.Read More
n the run up to the release of Ben Frost’s new album, A U R O R A, the third and final in a triptych of films created by Trevor Tweeten and Richard Mosse has been released. Watch the film,Read More