Friday, October 10 2014
By tweaking the sound of his previous record, Caribou's Dan Snaith has created one of the most enjoyable, crowd-pleasing records of the year.
Monday, October 6 2014
Flying Lotus makes his return with a concept album that is executed exceptionally well, making for arguably the greatest accomplishment in his career thus far.
Thursday, January 10 2013
From genre-bending to sonic spoon-bending, Vlad Kudryavtsev’s fidgety and melodious album throws some real whimsy and majesty at what might loosely be called dubstep.
Sunday, October 9 2011
In the '90s, industrial music crossed over into the mainstream with heavy guitar and massive personalities, but blue collar labor itself was disappearing...
Tuesday, February 8 2011
Com Truise is never far from a long-discontinued synthesizer or a 1980s VHS tape.
Wednesday, January 12 2011
Built of of the same hip-hop-governed IDM that’s become all the rage in the past few years, since Prefuse 73, DJ /rupture, and others became afflicted with the aural leanings of early 2000s Warp and Tigerbeat6, Loden’s smashing Buggy is a fair contender in the same arena.
Wednesday, December 1 2010
When we think of our experiences with electronic music, we can follow a thought trail that leads like a Wikipedia article from one incendiary album to many others. Their qualities are not always alike but for one: the nostalgic thread that runs through them.
Monday, November 1 2010
Squarepusher's not pop. He's not R&B or French house. I’m not sure I can dance to his music.
Monday, October 26 2009
In the foreground, it's a solid slab of dance beats and sequencers; in the background, it's something more.
Frequent sonic mutation is Dying In Time's most admirable trait.