Posts Tagged: leaving records

Celia Hollander ~ Timekeeper

It’s surely just a cosmic coincidence that the new album by Celia Hollander shares its name with the antagonists of the new series Loki – well, at least the Timekeepers are one part of the story. We’ll keep this review

Celia Hollander ~ Timekeeper

It’s surely just a cosmic coincidence that the new album by Celia Hollander shares its name with the antagonists of the new series Loki – well, at least the Timekeepers are one part of the story. We’ll keep this review

ACL 2020 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

After all the chaos of 2020, there’s some solace found in the fact that the artist who scored our Album of the Decade at the beginning of the year now receives our Album of the Year award at year’s end.

ACL 2020 ~ The Top 20 Albums of the Year

After all the chaos of 2020, there’s some solace found in the fact that the artist who scored our Album of the Decade at the beginning of the year now receives our Album of the Year award at year’s end.

ACL 2020 ~ Top Ten Electronic

One of 2020’s greatest ironies was a surge in dance music ~ while clubs were being shuttered across the globe.  The surge reflected the desire to dance, and people didn’t stop dancing, happily demonstrated by Berlin’s drive-in raves.  Others danced

ACL 2020 ~ Top Ten Electronic

One of 2020’s greatest ironies was a surge in dance music ~ while clubs were being shuttered across the globe.  The surge reflected the desire to dance, and people didn’t stop dancing, happily demonstrated by Berlin’s drive-in raves.  Others danced

Xyla ~ Ways

Electronic music is cold and soulless. You’ve heard this truism from an acquaintance. They are wearing a Pink Floyd shirt. They refuse to believe that knobs and buttons have the same emotional capacities as strummed guitars. Point them to this

Xyla ~ Ways

Electronic music is cold and soulless. You’ve heard this truism from an acquaintance. They are wearing a Pink Floyd shirt. They refuse to believe that knobs and buttons have the same emotional capacities as strummed guitars. Point them to this

Maral ~ Push / Bambi OFS ~ YAKKA

Lest readers forget, nightclubs are those enclosed spaces where strangers stand close together, losing their inhibitions. In press releases, any beat-driven record is “club-oriented”. This begs two questions: 1) Where are the cool clubs that play these crazy sounds? 2)

Maral ~ Push / Bambi OFS ~ YAKKA

Lest readers forget, nightclubs are those enclosed spaces where strangers stand close together, losing their inhibitions. In press releases, any beat-driven record is “club-oriented”. This begs two questions: 1) Where are the cool clubs that play these crazy sounds? 2)

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the

Ana Roxanne ~ ~~~

Southeast Asian musician Ana Roxanne was born and raised in the Bay Area, and is currently based in LA. Her love of music began at an early age, initially through her mother’s CD collection of 80’s and 90’s R&B divas.

Ana Roxanne ~ ~~~

Southeast Asian musician Ana Roxanne was born and raised in the Bay Area, and is currently based in LA. Her love of music began at an early age, initially through her mother’s CD collection of 80’s and 90’s R&B divas.

Matthewdavid ~ Time Flying Beats

The object clasped by the mysterious figure (a rollerball-playing ninja?) on the cover of Matthewdavid’s latest release is a clue to what we can expect: it’s a Dr Sample from BOSS, who helpfully describe it as a “compact, easy-to-use portable

Matthewdavid ~ Time Flying Beats

The object clasped by the mysterious figure (a rollerball-playing ninja?) on the cover of Matthewdavid’s latest release is a clue to what we can expect: it’s a Dr Sample from BOSS, who helpfully describe it as a “compact, easy-to-use portable