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Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

Electronic Observations 2015 #4

AKA The first annual quarterly review. This is the initial wave of catch up reviews for 2015. There will be more to come and hopefully over the next six months I’ll be a bit more on the pulse. (Jeremy Bye)

Electronic Observations: An Onslaught of EPs

First it was the piano EPs, now the electronic EPs; this has been the year of the short releases.  We received dozens of these in the first quarter, and here we highlight seven of the best. The advantage of waiting a

Electronic Observations: An Onslaught of EPs

First it was the piano EPs, now the electronic EPs; this has been the year of the short releases.  We received dozens of these in the first quarter, and here we highlight seven of the best. The advantage of waiting a

Electronic Observations 2015 #2

It’s been a while – too long, really – since my last installment of EO.  Many thanks to Rich for filling in the gap, but hopefully I’m back and meeting deadlines from now on. This column was supposed to appear

Electronic Observations 2015 #2

It’s been a while – too long, really – since my last installment of EO.  Many thanks to Rich for filling in the gap, but hopefully I’m back and meeting deadlines from now on. This column was supposed to appear

Electronic Observations: Circuits and Wires

Guest EO columnist Richard Allen introduces his electronic picks for early 2015: brand new albums by Canned Fit, Deison & Mingle, Marreck, Muted, Rone and Sonae, plus the year’s first great video, from Jilk and Haiku Salut.   As hundreds of submissions

Electronic Observations: Circuits and Wires

Guest EO columnist Richard Allen introduces his electronic picks for early 2015: brand new albums by Canned Fit, Deison & Mingle, Marreck, Muted, Rone and Sonae, plus the year’s first great video, from Jilk and Haiku Salut.   As hundreds of submissions

Electronic Observations #5

Well, it’s been a while… rather than dwell on the gap between columns this year, let’s enjoy a raft of new electronic releases, instead. (Jeremy Bye) Boozoo Bajou ~ Hirta EP The German dubtronica duo have not exactly been prolific

Electronic Observations #5

Well, it’s been a while… rather than dwell on the gap between columns this year, let’s enjoy a raft of new electronic releases, instead. (Jeremy Bye) Boozoo Bajou ~ Hirta EP The German dubtronica duo have not exactly been prolific

Electronic Observations #4

OK, it’s a bit delayed. I’m sorry, I will try to catch up the best I can over the next couple of columns. Enough of me, let’s proceed directly to the music…. 555 ~ Nine Gates Thanks to the alphabetical

Electronic Observations #4

OK, it’s a bit delayed. I’m sorry, I will try to catch up the best I can over the next couple of columns. Enough of me, let’s proceed directly to the music…. 555 ~ Nine Gates Thanks to the alphabetical

Electronic Observations 2014 #3

All manner of music is gathered together under the electronic umbrella this month, which if nothing else gives some indication to the breadth of styles that are sent through to A Closer Listen for consideration. Although I’m pretty sure one

Electronic Observations 2014 #3

All manner of music is gathered together under the electronic umbrella this month, which if nothing else gives some indication to the breadth of styles that are sent through to A Closer Listen for consideration. Although I’m pretty sure one

Electronic Observations 2014 #2

I usually try to highlight new artists to this column, aware that given a mere ten or so reviews per month it’s probably better not to repeat myself. This month, things have fallen out a little differently with several artists

Electronic Observations 2014 #2

I usually try to highlight new artists to this column, aware that given a mere ten or so reviews per month it’s probably better not to repeat myself. This month, things have fallen out a little differently with several artists