Music | posted 14.05.2012
The Sugarman 3
What The World Needs Now
The Sugarman 3 are back! And to answer the album title’s question right away: it’s frolics and swinging hips!
Music | posted 14.05.2012
Sophia Knapp
Into The Waves
The battle between artist and world, between irony and sincerity, between reviewer and text remains undecided.
Music | posted 11.05.2012
Squarepusher
Ufabulum
Squarepusher hold his promise and does what lovers of electronic music admire him for.
Music | posted 10.05.2012
Lazer Sword
Memory
The new album by Lando Kal and Low Limit a.k.a. Lazer Sword can either be danced to with courage or stared at in disbelief.
Music | posted 09.05.2012
Bear In Heaven
I Love You, It's Cool
Sometimes Albums should be enjoyable and this definitely is a piece of ear candy with its innocent, psychadelic tunes.
Music | posted 08.05.2012
Santigold
Master Of My Make-Believe
Santigold has grown as an artist and has found the very track on the nerve of zeitgeist.
Music | posted 08.05.2012
Burial
Kindred EP
With the »Kindred EP«, Burial is set for new horizons, but doesn’t leave »Untrue« too far behind.
Music | posted 08.05.2012
Alexander Tucker
Third Mouth
The passion and burden of the supernatural is the topic of Alexander Tuckers his new album. A controversial album.
Music | posted 07.05.2012
DVA
Pretty Ugly
DVA adds Garage, Funk, Pop, Soul and other selected features to his Dubstep, while still sticking with his very own sound.
Music | posted 04.05.2012
Jack White
Blunderbuss
After his recordings with The Raconteurs and Dead Weather, Jack White didn’t have to agree to compromises on his solo-debut. Has it helped the sound?
Music | posted 04.05.2012
Regional Garland
Mixed Sugar: The Complete Works 1970-1987
This collection offers symphonic Soul, Blaxploitation-Funk-instrumentals and tender ballads.
Music | posted 03.05.2012
Battles
Dross Glopp
While moving through atmospheres and styles, »Gloss Drop« moves through space and time of a night out dancing.
Music | posted 02.05.2012
Robert Glasper Experiment
Black Radio
In Erykah Badu, Bilal or Lupe Fiasco, Robert Glasper found excellent artists to elaborate his Jazz-ideas.
Music | posted 02.05.2012
Breton
Other People's Problems
Breton manage to balance a genre-mix between the obvious poles »arty« and »danceable« and thereby create a complex yet fresh music.
Music | posted 02.05.2012
Ben Vida
Esstends Esstends Esstends
American composer Ben Vida provokes sounds in the ears of the listener, which don’t really seem to exist.
Music | posted 27.04.2012
Clark
Iradelphic
This change from electronic to acoustic must have been intimidating as well as challenging for Clark.
Music | posted 26.04.2012
Bass Clef
Reeling Skullways
On Bass Clef’s fifths album, acid lines, 808 claps and IDM-snyth-worlds are greeting the listener in absolute freshness at the doorstep.
Music | posted 23.04.2012
Principles of Geometry
Burn The Land And Boil The Ocean
POG skillfully lead us through a universality of time and space back into a very present France at the beginning 21st century.
Music | posted 23.04.2012
Untold
Change In A Dynamic Environment Pt. 1
The first part of Untolds trilogy finally redefines the musical mirror of our dynamic society.
Music | posted 20.04.2012
VCMG
Ssss
Two synth-pop-veterans have reunited and are celebrating their love for techno
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