Perila creates uncanny worlds crackling with both elemental force and human ingenuity. How Much Time is a glowing debut worth a full and dedicated listening.
While Darkside’s Spiral includes moments of virtuosic integration there are other moments where the album seems to lack a unifying aesthetic.
Penelope Three is not a pop record, but it is Penelope Trappes’ boldest, most straightforward work to date. On Three, Trappes holds nothing back.
Colleen has struck out on a course all her own and continues to inhabit one of the most distinctive sonic terrains today, as on The Tunnel and the Clearing.
Saxophonist Warren Walker unbuckles his modern jazz seat belt to hitch a ride on his modular synthesizer on (n)Traverse Vol. 1.
The founder of Mute Records and his brilliant production collaborator have crafted countless masterpieces together over the years, but their long-in-the-works Sunroof project didn’t get around to releasing their debut album until 2021. This is their story.