Music | posted 18.04.2009
MF Doom
Operation: Doomsday
The super-villain enters the stage, equipped with a silver mask and a craving for revenge against the industry.
Music | posted 06.05.2008
Atmosphere
When Life Gives You Lemons You Paint That Shit Gold
Stagnancy is the devil, but isn’t it allowed to get a bit irritated when Atmosphere out of a sudden declares minimalism?
Music | posted 31.10.2007
Eliot Lipp
City Synthesis
A verbal argument with the eclectic sound of Brooklyn’s multi-instrumentalist on his album »City Synthesis«.
Music | posted 14.06.2007
Pharoahe Monch
Desire
Those who’ve heard the Monch’s flow would buy any album on which he just raps.
Music | posted 27.05.2007
Marco Polo
Port Authority
On his new record, the Canadian Marco Polo manages to assemble a cast of veritable North-American-All-Stars.
Music | posted 10.03.2007
Evidence
The Weatherman LP
Less nostalgia, more willingness to take risks without leaving his own neo-classical niche: hating Evidence has become uncool again.
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