Music | posted 19.05.2015
Holly Herndon
Platform
As proven on »Platform«, Holly Herndon keeps successfully developing her musical concept by popping all the filter bubbles.
Music | posted 15.05.2015
Hot Chip
Why Make Sense?
On »Why Make Sense?«, Hot Chip’s sixth record, a lot remains unchanged. But not quite everything.
Music | posted 15.05.2015
Oddisee
The Good Fight
With his lyrics, Oddisee refrains from all the rap-clichés. »The Good Fight« remains light-footed and catchy at all times.
Music | posted 13.05.2015
Drake
If you're reading this it's too late
There’s hardly anyone whose idea of music captures the essence of our times as well as Drake’s…
Music | posted 13.05.2015
Demian Castellanos
The Kyvu Tapes Vol. I (1990-1998)
Demain Castellanos‘ »The Kyvu Tapes Vol. I« were developed between 1990 and 1998 on the Lizard peninsula in the very South-West of England.
Music | posted 08.05.2015
Hiatus Kaiyote
Choose Your Weapon
With »Choose Your Weapon«, Hiatues Kaiyote are firing polyrhythmic salvos across the previous decades of music history.
Music | posted 05.05.2015
Beatriz Ferreyra
GRM Works
Beatriz Ferreyra has assembled two compositions from her days at the Parisian Groupe de Recherche Musicales and two more recent works.
Music | posted 29.04.2015
Red Pill
Look What This World Did To Us
Disarming honesty and a warm soul-bap-background: Red Pill‘s »Look What This World Did To Us« comes with laid back working-class rap.
Music | posted 28.04.2015
Clear Soul Forces
Fab Five
Creativity and the relaxed delivery of Clear Soul Forces’ record »Fab Five« remind you of what HipHop used to be about: Fun.
Music | posted 28.04.2015
Young Fathers
White Men Are Black Men Too
Opinions about Young Fathers vary between “too bulky“ and “innovative”. Both is true. That’s why Young Fathers have released a great record.
Music | posted 23.04.2015
GABI
Sympathy
With her debut »Sympathy«, Gabrielle Herbst submits evidence that chamber-pop doesn’t need to be bloodless.
Music | posted 17.04.2015
Tyler, The Creator
Cherry Bomb
»Cherry Bomb« is a bold record. And still, its own creator stands in the way of unfolding its full power.
Music | posted 13.04.2015
Hedge Maze
Dysania
On Hedge Maze’s debut, house music is having a proper hangover. It’s nice to get lost in its strange noises.
Music | posted 10.04.2015
Action Bronson
Mr. Wonderful
Action Bronson knows how to handle his superstar-status: »Mr. Wonderful« is an entertaining rollercoaster ride.
Music | posted 06.04.2015
Benoît Pioulard
Sonnet
Benoît Pioulard still uses a fake name but sticks to attending to the loveliest negligibilities. »Sonnet« is no exception.
Music | posted 03.04.2015
Sufjan Stevens
Carrie & Lowell
Sufjan Stevens’ »Carrie & Lowell« is an excellent example of improving something through radical reduction.
Music | posted 03.04.2015
Lapalux
Lustmore
On »Lustmore«, Lapalux is spreading twisted spectra of sounds in a field of tension between melodies and melancholy.
Music | posted 27.03.2015
Earl Sweatshirt
I Don't Like Shit. I Don't Go Outside
Earl’s second record doesn’t cause a chorus of praise. It rather makes you quietly enjoy its unenjoyability.
Music | posted 16.03.2015
David Borden
Music for Amplified Keyboard Instruments
With David Borden’s »Music for Amplified Keyboard Instruments«, Spectrum Spools has dedicated itself to reissuing a majestic piece of work.
Music | posted 26.02.2015
Fashawn
The Ecology
Fashawn’s globetrotter rap on »The Ecology« proves once and for all that traditional HipHop-flora will outlive us all.