Posts Tagged: Joydah

ACL 2017 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

2017 was the most tumultuous year in recent memory, and we’re still trying to make sense of it all.  One thing we do know: the year produced a lot of great music, much of it related to the hopes and

ACL 2017 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

2017 was the most tumultuous year in recent memory, and we’re still trying to make sense of it all.  One thing we do know: the year produced a lot of great music, much of it related to the hopes and

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Electronic

Two types of electronic music battle on this page: the smooth and soothing v. the jagged and challenging.  2017 was an especially good year for electronic music, as new genres seemed to develop before they could be named.  Industrial music

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Electronic

Two types of electronic music battle on this page: the smooth and soothing v. the jagged and challenging.  2017 was an especially good year for electronic music, as new genres seemed to develop before they could be named.  Industrial music

ACL 2017 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

The world needs happy music now more than ever.  At the end of an incredibly draining year, such music can restore our spirits, clearing our minds for the holidays and bolstering us with hope for the upcoming year.  We all

ACL 2017 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

The world needs happy music now more than ever.  At the end of an incredibly draining year, such music can restore our spirits, clearing our minds for the holidays and bolstering us with hope for the upcoming year.  We all

Joydah ~ Jouissance

On the surface, Jouissance is a perfect summer album, tailor-made for a drive to the beach, sunroof down, passengers using their hands as planes.  The flow is exquisite, the beats divine, the samples so cleverly integrated that their origins are completely obscured.

Joydah ~ Jouissance

On the surface, Jouissance is a perfect summer album, tailor-made for a drive to the beach, sunroof down, passengers using their hands as planes.  The flow is exquisite, the beats divine, the samples so cleverly integrated that their origins are completely obscured.