Music | posted 05.10.2016
The Mystic Jungle Tribe
This is what Ibiza could sound like again if it was cleaned from shattered glass and vomit.
Music | posted 05.10.2016
A homeless person falls into a mind-expanding bubble bath. That’s where the journey begins.
Music | posted 04.10.2016
Between ecstasy and depression: Danny Brown’s »Atrocity Exhibition« is an excellent record.
Music | posted 30.09.2016
More melodies, more blood, more pop: On her latest record, Jenny Hval is taking it easy, which is becoming to her music.
Music | posted 20.09.2016
Honor Killed The Samurai
Ka’s music would fit much better into MoMa than the works of his very famous hood-neighbor.
Music | posted 02.09.2016
Believe the Hype! Jordan Rakei’s debut »Cloak« is the finest post-Dilla-Jazz, paired with ghostly Soul.
Music | posted 01.09.2016
As a musical statement »Ultra« by Zomby is so clearly articulated, that it could once again be the start of something new.
Music | posted 30.08.2016
Zov Zov (Oliver Ho & Tommy Gillard)
The Sacred Pornography Of God
As Zov Zov, Oliver Ho and Tommy Gillard occupy themselves with abstract sound experiments on »The Sacred Pornography Of God«.
Music | posted 25.08.2016
Annika Henderson’s voice. It’s a voice that enchants you through not telling you why it is enchanting.
Music | posted 19.08.2016
Under the name of Blood Orange, Devonté Hynes is presenting his third record »Freetown Sound« as a sample-based mixtape.
Music | posted 12.08.2016
Vigorous rhymed storytelling in tangible pictures, also with pulled down trousers; Atmosphere sings the »Fishing Blues«.
Music | posted 03.08.2016
Igor Tipora has appeared out of nowhere and puts you on your couch with goosebumps. It took a Philip Lauer to make »Dwams« become the uber-hit it is.
Music | posted 11.07.2016
On his solo debut »Tense Nature«, Brian Case is going for repetition. The fragmented character of the 12 tracks is not without poetry.
Music | posted 07.07.2016
With their new LP »IV«, BBNG (BadBadNotGood) are proving the critics wrong: their instrumental hip hop has defeated the alleged elevator-jazz.
Music | posted 28.06.2016
Pat Thomas introduces Marijata
It’s a record that sure stands out in the flood of re-issues: raw Afro-funk, far away from African utopias, no oasis to be seen.
Music | posted 07.06.2016
Les Démons O.S.T.
Lesbian sex in the Middle Ages – the b-movie »Les Démons« from 1972 was on fire. However, Jean-Bernard Raiteaux‘ freshly released soundtrack smolders all the finer.
Music | posted 06.06.2016
Ash & Dice
Five years after »Blood Pressures«, the Kills are back and on »Ash & Dice« they sound as minimalistic and raw as ever.
Music | posted 30.05.2016
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids
We Be All Africans
Not only with their new album chant Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids »We Be All Africans«. They have been legends since 40 years.
Music | posted 27.05.2016
Max Graef & Glenn Astro
The Yard Work Simulator
There is freedom in the confusion: With »The Yard Work Simulator«, Max Graef and Glenn Astro are celebrating their joint debut in album-length.
Music | posted 23.05.2016
Buchla Concerts 1975
Buchla? Complicated! Suzanna Ciani mastered the synthesizer 40 years ago, like »Buchla Concerts 1975« proves impressively.
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