Music | posted 27.02.2020
Live At The Edge
»Live At The Edge«, the title of the fourth solo album of the Parisian producer D.K., is as double-meaning as the live recorded music on it is ambiguous.
Music | posted 25.02.2020
Studiolo: The 90's Afro Cosmic Era
The boundaries between cosmic and comical are fluid on »Studiolo: The 90’s Afro Cosmic Era«, a collection of curious tracks in »Afro style«.
Music | posted 21.02.2020
Kearney Barton: Architect Of The Northwest Sound
The compilation »Kearney Barton: Architect Of The Northwest Sound« celebrates a producer who has shaped Seattle and the surrounding area like no other.
Music | posted 20.02.2020
Origins Da Luz
Just released on Music From Memory, »Origins Da Luz« brings together the best songs of Brazilian musician Priscilla Ermel.
Music | posted 20.02.2020
In 1992 Gary D. and Boris Dlugosch presented the EP »Controversy« as Subtle Houzze, which is now being reissued by Running Back. They are tracks for all day and night times.
Music | posted 19.02.2020
»Transition Vol.1« combines tracks of four bands from three continents from the time between 1992 and 1994, with one thing in common: Post-Industrial as origin.
Music | posted 18.02.2020
On »Hybridism« Nicola Cruz, born in France and living in Ecuador, once again mixes the most diverse music from the most remote corners of the world.
Music | posted 17.02.2020
Sasaki Hideto & Sekine Toshiyuki Quartet +1
Released in 1976 in a small edition, the great »Stop Over« by Sasaki Hideto & Sekine Toshiyuki Quartet +1 now gets a second chance.
Music | posted 14.02.2020
Infinity Of Now
With »Infinity Of Now«, which has just been released by Madlib Invazions, the genius of the Heliocentrics should really get around now. To the inifinity.
Music | posted 12.02.2020
Kollington Ayinla And His Fuji '78 Organisation
Soul Jazz reissues the 1988 album by Kollington Ayinla And His Fuji ’78 Organisation: Actually, »Blessing« was created as an alarm clock for Muslims during Ramadan.
Music | posted 11.02.2020
On »Fortunate Isolation« Borusiade makes it clear to even the last one: we’re fucked, there’s no way back. So the new album is the perfect soundtrack for now.
Music | posted 10.02.2020
Master of omission: 4 tracks from Richard H. Kirk’s best period as Sandoz have now been put on a new record by Second Circle.
Music | posted 06.02.2020
With »Indigo«, the New Zealanders Flamingo Pier release another EP on Soundway one year after their debut.
Music | posted 31.01.2020
With »Phase 3«, Left Ear releases music created between 1988 and 1995 by the unjustly little known Berlin band I.A.O.
Music | posted 29.01.2020
On his eighth album »Marcielago« Roc Marciano does not care about contemporary sound designs. But still sounds refreshingly raw.
Music | posted 23.01.2020
Afro Discoteca Reworked & Reloved
The surprise hit »Afro Discoteca« by Alessandro Alessandroni released three years ago has now been remixed.
Music | posted 20.01.2020
Quiet Music 1-3
Telephone Explosion has reissued »Quiet Music 1-3« by Californian ambient musician Steve Roach, first released only on cassette in 1986 .
Music | posted 15.01.2020
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 | posted 09.01.2020
Jan Schulte, also known as Wolf Müller, here as Bufiman, has released a whole »Albumsi« with the Dutch trendsetters of Dekmantel. Pure summer!
Music | posted 09.12.2019
Brian Eno is said to have once called them »the most important band in the world«: Man Jumping. Their 1984 debut “Jumcut” has now been released by Emotional Rescue.
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Music − Review | posted 24.06.2020
The new edition of »Dropsonde« comes along with seven bonus tracks. The Norwegian producer Biosphere then radically reinterpreted an entire genre.
Music − Review | posted 26.06.2020
The Finnish multi-instrumentalist Antti Vauhkonen releases playful music with his vinyl 10-inch »2«, released by Jazzaggression.
Music − Review | posted 20.07.2020
Towers Of Silence
A very deserving compilation brings us Stroom these days with »Towers Of Silence« from the Belgian Adult Fantasies.
Music − Review | posted 23.07.2020
On her first solo studio album in two years, »Hyakki Yagyō«, Eiko Ishibashi brings wonderfully wondrous sounds into flowing movements on two sound collages.