Thursday, November 3 2011
The idiosyncratic Herbert completes his "One" trilogy with an album charting the life of a pig. Occasionally clinical but never gimmicky or exploitative, it's a thoughtful examination of our own consumption at a time when consumption has become something of a pivotal issue. Eccentrics rejoice!
Thursday, February 19 2009
It's an interesting album, just not interesting in a way that particularly compels me to listen to it again.
Sunday, April 29 2007
Sadly, for the first time in memory a Herbert album adds up to far less than the sum of its parts.
Sunday, December 10 2006
Tim O'Neil sorts through a multitude of techno, microhouse, mix CDs, and mash-ups to offer up the year's best in electronic music.
Tuesday, August 22 2006
Hello, good evening, and welcome to the show.
Thursday, July 6 2006
Herbert has created music that is thoroughly fresh and consistently challenging, and, in today's culture, that feat alone is enough to earn the album the heartiest of recommendations.
Thursday, June 22 2006
Is Scale Matthew Herbert's masterpiece, or just his latest masterpiece?
Thursday, January 5 2006
There are deep waters here, and anyone who comes expecting the same brand of approachable, quirky house music with which Herbert made his name will be disappointed and quite possibly repulsed.