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Tuesday, December 16 2014

The Best Electronic Music of 2014

The most compelling electronic music of 2014 could be found in thoughtful experimentation and dancefloor-ready fun. But the ones who led the way tended to be pioneers who made their reputations doing just that.


Tuesday, November 25 2014

Andy Stott: Faith in Strangers

With an astonishing lead single and an enveloping album besides, the Manchester producer offers the most vivid expression of his ghostly, brooding vision yet.


Monday, November 24 2014

Bonobo: The North Borders Tour - Live

The audio version of British producer Bonobo's latest concert video carries far less value than the DVD and fails to provide a worthwhile supplement to the studio albums.


Friday, November 21 2014

Dana Stephens: Peace

A rare saxophonist who is comfortable playing baritone, tenor and soprano records an album that is, simply, beautiful.


Monday, November 17 2014

Arca: Xen

Arca invites you to come along for the ride into the netherworld of the self, and those who do may feel alternately exhausted and exhilarated.


Roll the Dice: Until Silence

The Swedish duo explores the protagonist's journey through the post-war torn landscape in a soundtrack for an imaginary film.


Friday, November 14 2014

Frank Kimbrough: Quartet

A beautifully balanced group, including Steve Wilson on saxophones, Jay Anderson on bass, and Lewis Nash on drums.


Tuesday, November 11 2014

Darius Jones: The Oversoul Manual

Jazz saxophonist Darius Jones has composed before, but you’ve never heard him make anything like this.


Monday, November 10 2014

Let the People Play What They Want to Play: An Interview with Moon Hooch

James Muschler, drummer for EDM and dubstep infused jazz trio Moon Hooch, discusses his group's new record, being shut down by the cops, and finding happiness in jazz.


Matt Ulery: In the Ivory

This album is an ingenious and utterly natural blend of classical chamber music, jazz, and pop song craft that is a beautiful blend of what’s possible in today’s boundary-less musical world.


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KMFDM: Our Time Will Come (Reviews) [29.Oct.14]
Populous: Night Safari (Reviews) [28.Oct.14]
The Bad Plus: Inevitable Western (Reviews) [28.Oct.14]
Kypski: Wreck Fader (Capsule Reviews) [27.Oct.14]
Jessie Ware: Tough Love (Reviews) [22.Oct.14]
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey: Worker (Reviews) [17.Oct.14]
FaltyDL: In the Wild (Reviews) [13.Oct.14]
Caribou: Our Love (Reviews) [10.Oct.14]
Walt Weiskopf: Overdrive (Reviews) [10.Oct.14]
SBTRKT: Wonder Where We Land (Reviews) [9.Oct.14]
Exotype: Exotype (Capsule Reviews) [8.Oct.14]
Red Snapper: Hyena (Reviews) [8.Oct.14]
Zero 7: Simple Science EP (Capsule Reviews) [7.Oct.14]
Jason Ajemian: Folklords (Capsule Reviews) [6.Oct.14]
Flying Lotus: You’re Dead! (Reviews) [6.Oct.14]
Ugly Kids Club: Head Games EP (Capsule Reviews) [30.Sep.14]
Zoot Woman: Star Climbing (Reviews) [30.Sep.14]
Deru: 1979 (Reviews) [30.Sep.14]
Hudson Mohawke: Chimes EP (Capsule Reviews) [29.Sep.14]
Dntel: Human Voice (Reviews) [26.Sep.14]
Cookies: Music for Touching (Reviews) [8.Sep.14]
The Bug - “Void/Function” (audio) (Mixed Media) [16.Jul.14]
VHS Head: Persistence of Vision (Reviews) [30.May.14]
Plaid: Reachy Prints (Reviews) [22.May.14]
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