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Tuesday, January 22 2008

Slipped Discs 2007

PopMatters' annual tradition of offering up its Slipped Discs picks continues with the biggest installment to date. These are the albums our writers just loved, but missed our enormous top 60 albums list late last year.


Thursday, June 14 2007

The Cinematic Orchestra [London]

The Cinematic Orchestra's rapid evolution as one of the strongest forces standing on the wall between jazz and electronic music is even more idiosyncratic in that the band has also been steadily reducing the concoction until it's reached a crackling, steady simmer.


Columns

Sunday, September 12 2010

Soundscape Mix #8: Orchestral Werks

Our latest free mix tape has a certain sense of refinement carried through tracks by the Cinematic Orchestra, the Quantic Soul Orchestra, Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra, and Casiokids. But, overall, this mix should be considered as seriously as a tuxedo t-shirt. Fun rules.


Reviews

Sunday, July 8 2012

The Cinematic Orchestra Presents: In Motion #1

This collaborative effort features pieces by the Cinematic Orchestra, Dorian Concept & Tom Chant, Austin Peralta, and Grey Reverend that attempt to create film music that allows for a standalone listening experience. The results are mixed.


Thursday, June 14 2007

The Cinematic Orchestra: Ma Fleur

An existential tour through a swinging spectrum of emotional highs and lows, the album rawly reflects on the contemporary and universal crises faced by both jazz and humanity.


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