Posts Tagged: Project Mooncircle

Jilk ~ Joy in the End

Jilk has been one of our favorite electronic acts since their inception, and Joy in the End is the quartet’s new magnum opus.  It’s not only a great electronic album; it speaks to our troubled times with a sense of optimism and

Jilk ~ Joy in the End

Jilk has been one of our favorite electronic acts since their inception, and Joy in the End is the quartet’s new magnum opus.  It’s not only a great electronic album; it speaks to our troubled times with a sense of optimism and

Kafuka ~ Laws of Nature

Berlin-based Project Mooncircle began the year with a beautifully boxed 15th Anniversary Compilation.  Fans of the label received the lavish set as a celebration; newcomers received it as an overture, hoping to hear more from the 39 artists collected in its

Kafuka ~ Laws of Nature

Berlin-based Project Mooncircle began the year with a beautifully boxed 15th Anniversary Compilation.  Fans of the label received the lavish set as a celebration; newcomers received it as an overture, hoping to hear more from the 39 artists collected in its

Project Mooncircle ~ 15th Anniversary Compilation

Emerging in the opening stretch of the 21st century, the Project Mooncircle label is already 15 years and over 150 releases old.  The label is celebrating in a big way, offering fans a party in a box.  The deluxe package includes five

Project Mooncircle ~ 15th Anniversary Compilation

Emerging in the opening stretch of the 21st century, the Project Mooncircle label is already 15 years and over 150 releases old.  The label is celebrating in a big way, offering fans a party in a box.  The deluxe package includes five

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

Jilk ~ In Need of Tess

The folktronic excursions of UK’s Jilk demand our company every few years, and ACL is always delighted to go along for the ride. Predominantly the work of Bristol-based musician and composer Jonathan Worsley, the band peddles an engaging and joyful

Jilk ~ In Need of Tess

The folktronic excursions of UK’s Jilk demand our company every few years, and ACL is always delighted to go along for the ride. Predominantly the work of Bristol-based musician and composer Jonathan Worsley, the band peddles an engaging and joyful