Tuesday, July 17 2012
A fine collection of rap/electronic/rock that unfortunately disappoints when compared to its predecessor.
Tuesday, November 8 2011
Seven is DJ Cam's first studio album in as many years, and it's a downer to its very bones.
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
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
Delirium Portraits works best in its most Spartan and sparse moments.
Sunday, October 30 2011
Seattle’s Jupe Jupe delivers a rousing sophomore disc, which clears up the confused identity of its debut.
Tuesday, October 25 2011
An almost perfect interlace of form and content.
Energy is at an all-time high for Toro y Moi mastermind Chaz Bundick, who spikes these tunes with MJ-like vigor.
Thursday, October 20 2011
Beta Hector is successful on Sunbeam Insulin in marrying diverse and seemingly contrarian styles of music together into an almost seamless blend of electronic pop.
Given the success of his self-titled debut, it is tempting to expect too much from this release. But Enough Thunder is an encouraging sign that James Blake is open to furthering his artistic vision.