Music | posted 05.05.2011
13&God
Own Your Ghost
It has taken six years until the collaboration of Themselves and The Notwist has borne fruit for the second time.
Music | posted 04.05.2011
Kaimbr & Kev Brown
The Alexander Green Project
Al Green samples with good ol’ Hip Hop beats and Old Schol flows: a placid Rap-album for a relaxed bounce-along.
Music | posted 03.05.2011
Fleet Foxes
Helplessness Blues
Fleet Foxes continue where they left off with their sound and world weariness from their debut-album three years ago.
Music | posted 03.05.2011
The Echocentrics
Sunshadows
Adrian Quesada, master mind behind Grupo Fantsama and Ocote Soul Sounds, has yet again landed a major hit with his new project The Echocentrics.
Music | posted 29.04.2011
Panda Bear
Tomboy
Tomboy has become the Hit Album that it’s been announced as from the very beginning.
Music | posted 27.04.2011
Blueprint
Adventures In Counter Culture
Blueprint re-discovers synthesizer, rock and HipHop. His album Adventures In Counter Culture totally lives up to its name.
Music | posted 26.04.2011
J. Rocc
Some Cold Rock Stuf
J.Rocc presents with Some Cold Rock Stuf a surprising and extraordinary album.
Music | posted 24.04.2011
Hype Williams
One Nation
The next hipster collective using pop-cultural references to knit a psychedelic carpet of blog-electronica.
Music | posted 23.04.2011
Visioneers
Apache/Shaft in Africa
Marc Mac has blown the dust off two timeless classics and lets them shine in a funky B-Boy-manner just like in their old days.
Music | posted 22.04.2011
Bibio
Mind Bokeh
Slowly but surely, Bibio is saying good bye to his existence as an author of coy folk-songs.
Music | posted 21.04.2011
Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke
Ego/Mirror
Burial is sending us a sign of life with Ego/Mirror, having assembled Four Tet and Thom Yorke to create a brilliant 12inch.
Music | posted 15.04.2011
Has-Lo
In Case I Don't Make It
Has-Lo proves on his debut that he’s capable of painting musical pictures that are getting stuck in the listeners’ heads.
Music | posted 15.04.2011
Alexander Tucker
Dorwytch
Quite a bit is new on Alexander Tucker’s fifth album. That doesn’t change the fact that this songwriter is one to be discovered.
Music | posted 14.04.2011
Twit One
Stepping Stones
Twit One’s well chosen samples have more in mind than the next-best HipHop-beat. Twit One is all about Soul.
Music | posted 13.04.2011
Charles-Eric Charrier
Silver
Charles-Eric Charrier’s »doomed jazz-noire« is of cinematic dimensions. Hence, the Morricone-comparison is an easy one to draw.
Music | posted 28.03.2011
Colin Stetson
New History Warfare Vol.2: Judges
Saxophone player Colin Stetson plays his instrument like others play the Didgeridoo and creates impossible music.
Music | posted 27.03.2011
Emanuele Errante
Time Elapsing Handheld
Emanuele Errante presents an attempt on time, in which sounds learn to float.
Music | posted 25.03.2011
Apollo Brown
Clouds
Apollo Browns most recent oeuvre holds the tradition of old Hip-Hop beat tapes.
Music | posted 20.03.2011
James Blake
James Blake
It is his courage that turns James Blake’s debut into an exceptional masterpiece.
Music | posted 19.03.2011
Rick Wilhite
Analog Aquarium
House-music is not programmed, it is played here, it is jammed, lived and preached with sacral dedication.
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Belladonna
»Belladonna«, Ian Carr’s gem from 1972, has now been reissued. Jazz lovers should get their hands on it.