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Thursday, November 29 2012

Melody’s Echo Chamber: Melody’s Echo Chamber

An experimental blend of genres that is more admirable for its bold vision and diversity than for its quality and approachability.


Monday, October 8 2012

Naytronix: Dirty Glow

A plethora of cool sounds and intriguing timbres can't make up for repetitiveness and a lack of decent songwriting.


Sunday, August 19 2012

Belleruche: Rollerchain

An initially intriguing affair that ultimately succeeds more as a novelty.


Wednesday, July 25 2012

Wednesdays This Fall: An Early TV Preview

To combat the titans of fall TV ratings, Modern Family, Criminal Minds, and American Idol, the networks are offering up space aliens, superheroes, and a monkey!


Tuesday, July 17 2012

Linkin Park: Living Things

A fine collection of rap/electronic/rock that unfortunately disappoints when compared to its predecessor.


Tuesday, November 8 2011

DJ Cam: Seven

Seven is DJ Cam's first studio album in as many years, and it's a downer to its very bones.


Planetary Assault Systems: The Messenger

The Messenger's brand of minimalist, ambient techno is so minimalist that it fails to assert itself as a memorable listen.


Thursday, November 3 2011

‘Masters of Doom’ A Great Man History of Gaming

In recounting the rise of John Carmack and John Romero, Masters of Doom chronicles two of video games' most influential creators and documents pivotal years in the medium's history.


Tuesday, November 1 2011

Tobias Lilja: Delirium Portraits

Delirium Portraits works best in its most Spartan and sparse moments.


Sunday, October 30 2011

Jupe Jupe: Reduction in Drag

Seattle’s Jupe Jupe delivers a rousing sophomore disc, which clears up the confused identity of its debut.


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Tiger & Woods: Through the Green (Capsule Reviews) [22.Sep.11]
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Pitbull: Planet Pit (Reviews) [15.Aug.11]
Soft Metals: Soft Metals (Reviews) [9.Aug.11]
Youth in the Age of ‘Mortal Kombat’ (Moving Pixels) [28.Jul.11]
Bachelorette: Bachelorette (Reviews) [26.Jul.11]
Kate Simko: Lights Out (Capsule Reviews) [12.Jul.11]
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Miracle Fortress: Was I the Wave? (Reviews) [28.Jun.11]
Ear Pwr: Ear Pwr (Reviews) [21.Jun.11]
Locussolus: Locussolus (Reviews) [19.Jun.11]
Ford & Lopatin: Channel Pressure (Reviews) [16.Jun.11]
Amon Tobin: ISAM (Reviews) [25.May.11]
Emanuele Errante: Time Elapsing Handheld (Capsule Reviews) [24.May.11]
Arthur Oskan: A Little More Than Everything (Capsule Reviews) [23.May.11]
Dominik Eulberg: Diorama (Reviews) [18.May.11]
Moby: Destroyed (Reviews) [15.May.11]
Autechre: EPs 1991-2002 (Reviews) [3.May.11]
Hauschka: Salon Des Amateurs (Reviews) [27.Apr.11]
Dirty Vegas: Electric Love (Reviews) [25.Apr.11]
The Deer Tracks: The Archer Trilogy Pt. 1 EP (Capsule Reviews) [25.Apr.11]
Owiny Sigoma Band: Owiny Sigoma Band (Capsule Reviews) [20.Apr.11]
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