Posts Tagged: Katie Gately

ACL 2016: Top Ten Electronic

The electronic section is where we find the beats, but they’re not always for dancing; in fact, none of these albums is a straightforward club set.  Instead, these artists use beats as a framework on which to hang their wildest

ACL 2016: Top Ten Electronic

The electronic section is where we find the beats, but they’re not always for dancing; in fact, none of these albums is a straightforward club set.  Instead, these artists use beats as a framework on which to hang their wildest

Katie Gately ~ Color

Color is a glorious explosion of dance beats, percussive samples, and vocal layers, close to overload, threatening to topple like a Jenga tower.  And yet, by her meticulous control and sheer force of will, Katie Gately holds it all together.  One of the

Katie Gately ~ Color

Color is a glorious explosion of dance beats, percussive samples, and vocal layers, close to overload, threatening to topple like a Jenga tower.  And yet, by her meticulous control and sheer force of will, Katie Gately holds it all together.  One of the

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

ACL 2014: Top Ten Electronic

Electronic music isn’t just for dancing, although there’s plenty of dance music included in our year-end list.  The list also includes childlike lullabies, dense sonic fuzz, and smooth, languid excursions.  The eclectic selection below represents a cross-section of our tastes.

Katie Gately / Tlaotlon ~ Split

Fatcat’s split series has been ongoing since 1997, and after this 12″ is released, only one will remain.  The series predates the digital age and has managed to last into the vinyl resurgence.  Previous installments have featured Third Eye Foundation,

Katie Gately / Tlaotlon ~ Split

Fatcat’s split series has been ongoing since 1997, and after this 12″ is released, only one will remain.  The series predates the digital age and has managed to last into the vinyl resurgence.  Previous installments have featured Third Eye Foundation,