Post-punk (Music subgenre)
Post-punk is a genre of rock music that emerged in the late 1970s and combines elements of krautrock, dub, funk and disco.
Post-punk in Reviews
Music Review | posted 15.01.2020
Dark Arts
Reflections In A Rear View Mirror
With »Reflections In A Rear View Mirror« the label Stroom introduces us to the band Dark Arts from Columbus, Ohio, which was founded in the early 1980s.
Music Review | posted 20.05.2016
Vivien Goldman
Resolutionary (Songs 1979-1982)
The label Staubgold assembles songs by Vivien Goldman on »Resolutionary (Songs 1979-1982)«. It was a good time. Open, eager.
Music Review | posted 15.03.2016
Various Artists
New York Noise - Dance Music From The New York Underground 1977-1982
Soul Jazz has reissued its compilation »New York Noise« from 2003, having made seven alterations to the original record – to the detriment of the reviewer.
Music Review | posted 28.05.2014
Arto Lindsay
The Encyclopedia of Arto
»The Encyclopedia of Arto« is a surprising collection of Arto Lindsay’s solo-records from 1996 to 2004.
Music Review | posted 23.08.2012
Tropic Of Cancer
Permission of Love
Even though »Permission Of Love« is only a short EP, Tropic of Cancer have put more ideas and atmosphere into it than many other bands ever could.
Music Review | posted 11.07.2012
Chromatics
Kill For Love
»Kill For Love« pays homage to the romanticism of boredom and is the perfect ending of a fantastic party in the metropolitan light of dawn. With your sunglasses on, of course.
Music Review | posted 14.03.2012
Prinzhorn Dance School
Clay Class
Once again, Prinzhorn Dance School from Britain prove their keen sense of good timing and tread an artistic, abstruse and more gloomy path with their second album.
Music Review | posted 23.02.2012
WhoMadeWho
Brighter
The change of label to Kompakt has done the band from Denmark good. With just the term »Discopunk«, WhoMadeWho are not properly summarized, anymore, as they’ve already shown with their last EP.
Music Review | posted 09.09.2011
The Rapture
In The Grace Of Your Love
The Rapture and DFA have finally come together again. Their new record is best understood as a paradigm of musical and lyrical coming of age.
Music Review | posted 16.06.2011
Bruce Gilbert
This Way to The Shivering man
With the combination of experiment, arrangement, rhythm and pop-appeal, Bruce Gilbert created with This Way and The Shivering Man a musical certificate of the 80s.
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Music Review | posted 23.07.2020
Eiko Ishibashi
Hyakki Yagyō
On her first solo studio album in two years, »Hyakki Yagyō«, Eiko Ishibashi brings wonderfully wondrous sounds into flowing movements on two sound collages.
Music Portrait | posted 17.12.2020
On The Corner
Bangers for the backroom
With his label On the Corner Records, Pete Buckenham serves a heady stew of afro-futuristic jazz concepts and contemporary street grooves beyond the genre ascriptions, and is opening the gates to the sound universe of tomorrow.
Music Review | posted 24.06.2020
Biosphere
Dropsonde
The new edition of »Dropsonde« comes along with seven bonus tracks. The Norwegian producer Biosphere then radically reinterpreted an entire genre.
Music Portrait | posted 12.11.2020
Tidal Waves
Riding the Wave
A powerful wave has already washed many treasures ashore. Seen in this way, the name fits, because the Belgian reissue label Tidal Waves searches for, discovers and publishes pearls of music history believed to be lost.
Music List | posted 07.01.2021
Aaron Frazer
10 All Time Favs
»Introducing« is the name of Aaron Frazer’s first solo album. As the drummer of Durand Jones & The Indications, however, he is by no means an unknown name. So musically it’s off to the sixties. He tells us what actually influenced him musically.