Seminal indie imprint Ninja Tune are pleased to announce a very special event taking place in Los Angeles on December 11, 2015. Set inside the beautiful Masonic Lodge…Read More
Grouper is the solo project of musician and artist Liz Harris, of Oregon. Harris’ first album was 2005’s Grouper, a self-released full-length CD-R, followed later that year by Way Their Crept on Free Porcupine (re-released in 2007 on Type Records). Other recordings include 2006’s He Knows, released as a 3″ CD, the 12″ Weird Forest release Wide in 2007, and a 7″ called Tried.
She released a collaboration album with Xiu Xiu in 2006, entitled Creepshow. Harris released her third full-length album, Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill, in 2008.
Early in 2012, Grouper performed Violet Replacement in the UK and Europe, a pair of long form tape collage pieces which originally took shape for commissioned performances in New York and Berkeley.
At Berlin’s Club Transmediale festival in early February of 2012 Harris premiered a new work called Circular Veil in collaboration with Jefre Cantu-Ledesma–seven hours of music, designed to mimic one full sleep cycle.
For the past ten years, Elizabeth Harris has recorded under the name Grouper, and has gifted us with music that hazily permeates our senses….Read More
The Bug, aka London producer Kevin Martin, has had a busy year. Earlier this summer, the famed producer released Angels & Devils, his first album since 2008’s legendary London Zoo. The record explored the duality between of light and dark, good and evil, and life and death. Kevin was joined on the record by a bevy of collaborators, including Death Grips, Liz Harris (of Grouper), Gonjasufi, Justin Broadrick (Godflesh/Jesu), copeland:Read More
With The Bug’s follow up to London Zoo, Angels & Devils, out, it’s time to let loose with a fun fact. The Angels & Devils album files contained no less than 160 demos and versions. Parring that back into a concise 12 track album was no easy task. Some:Read More