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Wednesday, October 27 2010

Exile: AM / FM

AM/FMis the perfect soundtrack for driving on a city’s freeways late at night and getting lost in the ambience of the sounds.


Thursday, October 21 2010

Paleo: A View of the Sky

In a little over a dozen songs, the country’s most prolific homeless person gives us a look at his world.


Monday, October 18 2010

Johannes Heil: Loving

The central failure of Loving is that it isn’t very interesting. There are no big ideas or stand out tracks, and its marathon length make it alienating, if not altogether tedious


Tuesday, October 5 2010

Fall’s First Canceled Show: FOX’s ‘Lone Star’

Critics hailed it as one of the best new shows on television, but FOX’s Lone Star has been canceled due to poor ratings.


Wednesday, September 15 2010

Skream: Outside the Box

Skream's second album has a lot more in common with his first than expected.


Monday, August 30 2010

Asura & Anenon: Silver Trees/Damiel

There is room to grow at Non Projects, but green-ish producers/multi-instrumentalists Asura & Anenon have things mostly figured out.


Tuesday, August 3 2010

The Green Kingdom: Twig and Twine

On its Own Records debut, the Green Kingdom doesn't need to work (very hard, at least) for your attention.


Tuesday, July 20 2010

Matt Shadetek: Flowers

On his first instrumental album, Shadetek aims for the dancefloor but doesn't completely leave behind the grit that's shaped his current work.


Wednesday, July 14 2010

Vex’d: Cloud Seed

Overall, this second album from the dubstep duo does not fall short on atmosphere, but its components feel rather loosely bound and unfinished.


Friday, June 4 2010

Huoratron: Corporate Occult (video) ((NSFW!))

Finally, some coked-up techno that's NOT totally boring and DOESN'T completely rely on decibels for its intensity. And with a great video, to boot!


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Scuba: Sub:Stance (Capsule Reviews) [7.Feb.10]
Kaito:Trust (Reviews) [19.Jan.10]
Port-Royal: Dying in Time (Capsule Reviews) [26.Oct.09]
Kikumoto Allstars: House Music (Reviews) [18.Oct.09]
N-Type: Rinse: 09 (Capsule Reviews) [27.Sep.09]
Basement Jaxx: Scars (Reviews) [20.Sep.09]
Various Artists: Tectonic Plates, Vol. 2 (Capsule Reviews) [20.Aug.09]
Martin Schulte: Depth of Soul (Capsule Reviews) [9.Aug.09]
Alexander Nut: Rinse: 08 (Capsule Reviews) [6.Aug.09]
Voodeux: The Paranormal (Capsule Reviews) [14.Jul.09]
Disco’s Not Dead (Sound Affects) [13.Jul.09]
Oliver Huntemann: H-3 (Capsule Reviews) [11.Jun.09]
Boxcutter: Arecibo Message (Reviews) [2.Jun.09]
Nathan Fake: Hard Islands (Reviews) [26.May.09]
Pendle Coven: Self-Assessment (Capsule Reviews) [25.May.09]
Zomby: Where Were U in ‘92 (Reviews) [12.May.09]
LD: Traumatic Times (Capsule Reviews) [5.May.09]
DJ Hell: Teufelswerk (Reviews) [26.Apr.09]
Pig & Dan: The Heat EP (Capsule Reviews) [19.Apr.09]
Marc Romboy: Systematic Colours Volume Two (Capsule Reviews) [16.Apr.09]
Andy Duguid: Believe (Capsule Reviews) [30.Mar.09]
Various Artists: Ghostly Swim (Capsule Reviews) [12.Mar.09]
Mr. Oizo: Lambs Anger (Reviews) [3.Feb.09]
House: 100th Episode (Reviews) [2.Feb.09]
Trentemøller: Live in Concert EP (Capsule Reviews) [19.Jan.09]
Mike Monday: Songs Without Words Part 1 (Capsule Reviews) [9.Dec.08]
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