Music | posted 10.02.2012
Speech Debelle
Freedom Of Speech
It took Speech Debelle two years to create Speech Therapy’s successor – and it was worth the wait.
Music | posted 09.02.2012
Trailer Trash Tracys
Ester
Between an unshakable foundation and moments of randomness, the Londoners have created a Shoegaze-Sound in the style of the Cocteau Twins.
Music | posted 09.02.2012
Windy & Carl
We Will Always Be
Windy Weber and Carl Hultgren are the dreamteam of experimental rock-music. Once again, their new record is proof for their harmony.
Music | posted 07.02.2012
Mux Mool
Planet High School
With a single song, Mux Mool lives up to his full potential. It’s unfortunate that the rest of the album is just conservative beat-making.
Music | posted 07.02.2012
Mark Fell
Periodic Orbits Of A Dynamic System Related To A Knot
With his fourth release within a year already, Mark Fell presents an »almost-live-album« – a concept which doesn´t quite work.
Music | posted 06.02.2012
yU
The Earn
Thoughtful and independent is the rap-music by yU. It’s worth taking a closer look at what’s happening in Washington, D.C.
Music | posted 03.02.2012
Ghost Mutt
Sweat Mode EP
Within the short running time of 12 minutes, the producer from Brighton covers an exceptional broad spectrum of emotions.
Music | posted 02.02.2012
Gonjasufi
MU.ZZ.LE EP
The mini-album by the Yogi from San Diego is the incense stick for in-between. The enlightenment, however, won’t happen until the next actual record.
Music | posted 30.01.2012
Wiley
Evolve Or Be Extinct
Wiley’s new album is his most focused and, at the same time, most diversified album, so far.
Music | posted 30.01.2012
Hive Mind
Elemental Disgrace
Hive Mind serves as an excellent figurehead for a music-scene which fetishizes experimenting with electrophones.
Music | posted 26.01.2012
Pete Swanson & Rene Hell
Waiting For The Ladies
Two outstanding representatives of the American avant-garde shared on the two sides of a long-player.
Music | posted 23.01.2012
Portico Quartet
Portico Quartet
Portico Quartet’s unconventional jazzers have extended their sound-spectrum – which has always been quite broad – once again.
Music | posted 20.01.2012
Gangrene
Vodka & Ayahuasca
On Vodka & Ayahuasca, The Alchemist and Oh No have yet again brewed acoustic hallucinogens into the form of a LP.
Music | posted 20.01.2012
Laura Gibson
La Grande
Even though Laura Gibson has her gaze turned towards the past, she is joyfully skipping towards what’s to come.
Music | posted 19.01.2012
Necro
Die!
His sixth record of horrorcore rapper Necro, Die!, is now the first one who is published on Vinyl also.
Music | posted 11.01.2012
James Blake
Enough Thunder EP
2011 was the year of James Blake. At the end of that year, the Englishman added a little more fuel to the fire.
Music | posted 09.01.2012
Madlib
Medicine Show Volume 12 & 13 - Filthy Ass Remixes
With Medicine Show 12+13 Filthy Ass Remixes finally draws a line under the controversially debated series.
Music | posted 06.01.2012
Peaking Lights
936
Having already been released in the U.S. the spring of 2011, one of last year’s top-notch records is finally arriving in Europe.
Music | posted 02.01.2012
Fulgeance
To All Of You
Fulgeance from France has released an album on Melting Pot Music that’s definitely worth a listen.
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The Roots
Undun
The eleventh album by The Roots, Undun, is their very first concept-album, which tells the story of Redford Stephens.
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Tülay German & François Rabbath
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Belladonna
»Belladonna«, Ian Carr’s gem from 1972, has now been reissued. Jazz lovers should get their hands on it.