Music | posted 22.09.2011
Blu
Open
Open is another in-between-production on the way to the album NoYork!, which everyone is waiting for. It shows Blu in his debut as a producer.
Music | posted 19.09.2011
Efdemin
Please EP
This EP provides two tracks of rich Tech-House-sounds which won’t bring down the walls of a club but rather put it into deep trance.
Music | posted 18.09.2011
Oddisee
Rock Creek Park
Rock Creek Park is a nostalgic soundtrack of the summer and an ode to the park of the same name in Washington, D.C.
Music | posted 13.09.2011
Wu-Tang Clan
Legendary Weapons
Not an official Wu-Tang-album, but very close in terms of quality. With Legendary Weapons, the Clan seems to be on a good way again.
Music | posted 10.09.2011
John Beltran
Ambient Works 1995-2011
Even in the title of his anthology, John Beltran evokes a direct comparison to Aphex Twin.
Music | posted 09.09.2011
The Rapture
In The Grace Of Your Love
The Rapture’s new album could best be understood as a paradigm of musical and lyrical coming of age.
Music | posted 31.08.2011
Jay-Z & Kanye West
Watch The Throne
Jigga und Kaney aren’t trying to build themselves a monument here. Instead, they just seem to savor light-heartedly what they’ve earned, so far – quite a spectacle.
Music | posted 29.08.2011
Thundercat
Golden Age Of Apocalypse
Steve Bruner, Suicidal Tendencies’ bassist by trade, has just released his unusual solo-debut on Brainfeeder
Music | posted 28.08.2011
Jehst
The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family
Jehst gets even with his homeland’s scene. Still, the album illustrates his irreplaceable position within British Rap.
Music | posted 26.08.2011
Blu
Jesus
»Jesus« seem to be unfinished and disordered in some way. You get the impression you are not listening to an album but to some relaxed recording session. That’s still a blessing.
Music | posted 22.08.2011
Random Axe
Random Axe
The expectations concerning the collaborative album of Black Milks, Gulity Simpsons and Sean Prices were very high.
Music | posted 21.08.2011
Hudson Mohawke
Satin Panthers EP
With Satin Panthers, the 25-year-old Scotsman Hudson Mohawke seamlessly ties in with his debut Butter of 2009. Just Blaze is loving it.
Music | posted 11.08.2011
Ras G
Down 2 Earth
D2E is futuristic Instrumental Hip Hop that might be similar to the music Brainfeeder pal Flying Lotus is doing but it is still unique.
Music | posted 06.08.2011
Ty Segall
Goodbye Bread
Ty Segall is one of the most productive musicians in the Indie-Rock scene. Luckily, there are no signs of wear to be detected. Quite the opposite, really.
Books | posted 24.07.2011
Desdemone Bardin
Jazz Zoom – Carryin' It On
A homage to an infinite music and its protagonists, as well as a salute to the Jazz addicted »Jazz agitproptiste«.
Music | posted 23.07.2011
Esmerine
La Lechuza
Sometimes, when an unspeakable tragedy happens, something beautiful will arise from its ashes. La Lechuza is a tribute to the late singer Lhasa de Sela.
Music | posted 21.07.2011
Machine Drum
Room(s)
Machine Drum opens up the contrast between fast beats and relaxed synths-layers.
Music | posted 18.07.2011
Black Lips
Arabia Mountain
No other than Mark Ronson is the producer of the Black Lips’ new album. But not only that makes the record stand out from the crowd.
Music | posted 15.07.2011
Booker T. Jones
The Road From Memphis
On his new album The Road From Memphis, Booker T Jones tells the story of his journey from his hometown, Memphis, all the way up to the Olympus of Soul.
Music | posted 14.07.2011
Dels
GOB
It doesn’t come as a surprise: following the sensational singles, Kieren Dickins’ debut-album meets all expectations in every respect.
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Belladonna
»Belladonna«, Ian Carr’s gem from 1972, has now been reissued. Jazz lovers should get their hands on it.