Dream Pop (Music subgenre)
Dream Pop is a a sub genre of indie rock which evolved throughout the 1980s. The music combines elements of post punk and ambient.
Dream Pop in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 10.11.2015
Thank Your Lucky Stars
Beach House surprise us with their second record this year. »Thank Your Lucky Stars« adds yet another facet to the band’s typical sound.
Music − Review | posted 24.05.2012
The album booms with tantalizing intimacy, allowing the listener to peek through the key-hole of a memory-filled room but never inviting them in.
Music − Review | posted 02.03.2012
The Slideshow Effect
Natural, warm and elaborate. One piece leads to the other, one track glides over to the next; everything is floating on the debut of Memoryhouse from Canada.
Music − Review | posted 29.04.2011
Tomboy has become the Hit Album that it’s been announced as. It doesn’t quite live up to Person Pitch and that’s its only flaw, really.
Music − Review | posted 11.06.2021
Live At The Cell
Four musicians got together last year in New York to record a brilliant jazz album under the name Resilient Vessels, »Live At The Cell«.
Music − Column | posted 11.06.2021
Porter Ricks – Biokinetics (1996)
When Porter Ricks released the album »Biokinetics« in 1996, it was more than just a collection of their first 12inches flanked by two bonus tracks. It was a utopian attempt to expand upon the dub techno formulas.
Music − Portrait | posted 10.06.2021
The influencer's influencer
Peter Adarkwah is the reason why some lives have been changed by J Dilla, why Roy Ayers experienced a second spring and why Japanese jazz albums are reviewed by Pitchfork. In other words: BBE Music turns 25 years this year.
Music − Portrait | posted 26.05.2021
»Terrain« is the name of the new album of the British band Portico Quartet, which was released these days on Gondwana Records. For us, Portico Quartet’s Jack Wyllie has put together 60 minutes of music in an exclusive DJ mix.
Music − List | posted 27.05.2021
Record Store Day 2021 – 1st Drop
12 vinyl records to look out for
On June 12, 2021, the first of two Record Store Days will take place this year. For this alone, several dozen exclusive releases have been announced. We have picked out twelve records that we would like to recommend to you.