Music | posted 25.03.2016
Night Moves
Pennied Days
In the era of musical Bricolage, Night Moves’ »Pennied Days« has turned out to be a tasteful and independent record.
Music | posted 23.03.2016
The Range
Potential
»Potential« is The Range’s first record for Domino. For this debut, he has explored various hobby musicians’ potentials on youtube.
Music | posted 22.03.2016
Vijay Iyer / Wadada Leo Smith
A Cosmic Rhythm With Each Stroke
Words like »sublime« should be used sparingly; however, it’s more than fitting for the encounter between Vijay Iyer and Wadada Leo Smith.
Music | posted 18.03.2016
Clark
The Last Panthers
Chris Clark has set the inner emptiness, despair, trauma and hopelessness of the six-part TV show »The Last Panthers« perfectly into sound.
Music | posted 15.03.2016
Odd Nosdam
Sisters
»Sisters« is the title of Odd Nosdam’s new record. On it, you will find nine tracks that actually come across as sisters.
Music | posted 15.03.2016
City People / 20 Below
It's All In The Groove
Decksharks and DJs are bowing their heads: Motor City Drum Ensemble have taken deep house-gospel back to the dancefloors.
Music | posted 15.03.2016
Various Artists
New York Noise - Dance Music From The New York Underground 1977-1982
Soul Jazz has reissued its compilation »New York Noise« from 2003, having made seven alterations to the original record.
Music | posted 09.03.2016
Mark E
Basement Trax
On »Basement Trax«, Mark E is delivering two flawless wild-pitch-tracks, deeply rooted in the tradition of DJ Pierre.
Music | posted 26.02.2016
Daniel Haaksman
African Fabrics
On his second record, »African Fabrics«, Daniel Haaksman is raising the bar even higher by following a political mission.
Music | posted 24.02.2016
Various Artists
Soul Sok Séga
Sturt Records has taken a good look at Mauritius – with their usual taste, they have chosen 20 curious tracks and have released them on »Soul Sok Séga«.
Music | posted 24.02.2016
Augustus Pablo
Original Rockers
Greensleeves are re-releasing Augustus Pablo’s »Original Rockers«, including impressive bonus material.
Music | posted 19.02.2016
Horace Andy
In The Light
In 1977, Horace Andy, reggae’s finest falsetto, recorded a twin record by the name of »In The Light« and »In The Light Dub«.
Music | posted 19.02.2016
Animal Collective
Painting With
Animal Collective are back on track: with their new record »Painting With«, they remain faithful to their skew pop approach without being wearisome.
Music | posted 19.02.2016
Venetian Snares
Traditional Synthesizer Music
Like many others, on »Traditional Synthesizer Music«, Venetian Snares is klutzily embracing modular systems. It’s quite something – but never meditative.
Music | posted 18.02.2016
Ivan Ave
Helping Hands
Ivan Ave is once again making common cause with Mndsgn. On »Helping Hands«, they have joined hands – what a great »Hello«.
Music | posted 18.02.2016
Andy Cooper
Room To Breathe
It’s all about casually keeping the ball: With »Room To Breathe«, Ugly Duckling’s Andy Cooper has recorded a cheerful solo record.
Music | posted 15.02.2016
Positive Centre
Nonharmonic Beautifault
In Techno, you learn that you can be both deep down and on the surface. New example: »Nonharmonic Beautifault« by Positive Centre.
Music | posted 12.02.2016
David Bowie
Blackstar
David Bowie is dead. His record »Blackstar« was released almost simultaneously. Its core topic revolves around his own death.
Music | posted 11.02.2016
Ed Motta
Perpetual Gateways
Since Donny Hathaway, hardly anyone has sounded this tender. With »Perpetual Gateways«, jazz singer Ed Motta is keeping up his high standards.
Music | posted 11.02.2016
Stabat Stable
Ultrissima On The Junk's Moon
Niche music: »Ultrissima On The Junk’s Moon« by Stabat Stable derives its charm from it’s historicity.