The alt-pop artist received “Record of the Year” from readers of Dagensskiva.se for debut album Infinite Traffic Everywhere. Check out what all of the fuss is about.
San Francisco artist Christopher Willits has outdone both himself and many of his contemporaries with Opening, his recently released audio/visual album. Not only did he write a seven-song album, but he also put together a stunning 45-minute visual accompaniment for the music. Says Willits of the artwork, “For years, I’ve imagined the work I do in music, photography, video/film, immersive audio and meditation all coming into one space.” With Opening he has achieved that union quite impressively.
The easy-breezy guitar strums and the party-ready mood of MAGIC!‘s music brings to mind a stiff pina colada served on an island resort somewhere in the Bahamas. The all-caps, exclamation-punctuated name of the band itself suggests that you might be partying in those tropical environs. Yet, curiously enough, MAGIC! hails not from humid, palm tree-lined climates but instead the much chillier Canada, much further north of the equator than one might expect for this kind of music.
In his 9 out of 10 review of Bob Mould’s Beauty & Ruin, Arnold Pan writes, “Beauty & Ruin as a whole communicates everything that needs to be about what’s happening in the present for Bob Mould, as his vaunted past can be seen as setting the stage for what he’s doing now and into the future, no longer overshadowing or haunting it.”
It’s been a long 13 years since the last Aphex Twin album, Drukqs, but now the world need wait no longer. Just recently Richard D. James, the man behind the Aphex Twin moniker, announced a new studio album, Syro. Now you can stream the first track off the LP, the cryptically titled “minipops 67 (120.2)(source field mix)”.