Music | posted 13.07.2011
Destroyer
Kaputt
Dan Bejar and his Band Destroyer have created something great in the ninth attempt. This time, soul has its finger in the pie.
Music | posted 12.07.2011
Mist
House
More news from the universe of the Emeralds: After Mark McGuire, now John Elliot presents his skills aside his band.
Music | posted 11.07.2011
Hauschka
Salon des Amateurs
Hauschka’s new album oscillates somewhere between a primed piano under institutionalized conditions and expressive dance in the light of a stroboscope.
Music | posted 09.07.2011
Big Strick
Detroit Heat
With his debut album Detroit Heat, Big Strick sums up the full essence of American House- and Techno-music.
Music | posted 08.07.2011
James Braun
Massacre EP
The House of the Danish James Braun is simple and groovy, while still not lacking unexpected swerves.
Music | posted 06.07.2011
Miles Bonny
Lumberjack Soul
Instead of stooping to something ridiculous, Bonny freestyles effortlessly between everything that inspires him from Soul, Funk and Jazz.
Music | posted 04.07.2011
Zomby
Dedication
Melancholy, sorrow and aggression: all these things can be interpreted into the deep basses and playful synths of this very impressive album.
Music | posted 02.07.2011
Vladislav Delay Quartet
Vladislav Delay Quartet
Vladislav Delay has a new project. In combination with Mika Vaino, Lucio Capece and Derek Shirley, a powerful sound comes into being.
Music | posted 01.07.2011
Valentin Stip
Anytime Will Do EP
The 19-year-old musician’s debut is a dream, in which the recipient will finally rediscover his very own mood within musical spheres.
Music | posted 29.06.2011
SBTRKT
SBTRKT
On his debut, SBTRKT discovers driving rhythms and puts them into hypnotic and euphoric subjects.
Music | posted 28.06.2011
Wiley
100% Publishing
The Eskiboy is presenting himself not as revolutionary as on Playtime Is Over, but his new album is still absolutely worth listening to.
Music | posted 27.06.2011
John Maus
We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves
The former tour-keyboarder of Animal Collective and Ariel Pink is releasing a fascinating third album.
Music | posted 22.06.2011
Fink
Perfect Darkness
Fink remind the listener more of Trip-Hop or Dubstep than of bearded self-fulfillment and woebegone sentiments.
Music | posted 20.06.2011
Madlib + Frank Nitt
Madlib Medicine Show #9: Nittyville
With a little delay, the ninth part of the Medicine Show, which was to be released in September 2010, is finally available! It wasn’t a worthwhile wait.
Music | posted 20.06.2011
Mark McGuire
A Young Person's Guide To
The 24-years-old Mark McGuire, guitarist of the Emeralds, presents his first body of work in feature-length.
Music | posted 19.06.2011
Blu
Her Favourite Colo(u)r
The raspy sample-layers on Her Favourite Colo(u)r sound much more like a sunny day in Georgia than like the hard West-coast.
Music | posted 17.06.2011
Bon Iver
Bon Iver
Justin Vernon stepped up, trying to solve the impossible task to record a follow-up to For Emma, Forever Ago.
Music | posted 16.06.2011
Bruce Gilbert
This Way to The Shivering man
With the combination of experiment, arrangement, rhythm and pop-appeal, Bruce Gilbert created a musical certificate of the 80s.
Music | posted 13.06.2011
Matana Roberts
Coin Coin Chapter One: Gens de Coloeur Libres
It’s its fiery, stirring and yet thoughtful force, which makes this album so very exceptional in these days.
Music | posted 10.06.2011
Pharoahe Monch
W.A.R.
Monch has seen it all, nothing can possibly rattle him, apart from maybe HipHop’s state of mind these days.
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