Dawn Richard – Blackheart review

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Blackheart is a Dawn Richard’s suite-laced sweep album that is highly dense and charismatic, blended with his emotional and musical bedrock and sweet solo voice. Blackheart is the sophomore album of some sort of trilogy that began with his 2013’s Goldenheart, portraying its predecessors violent imagery integrated with a diverse approach to R & B ...

DJ Koze – DJ-Kicks review

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In his youthful years of 1980’s Koze has been a highly competitive hip-hop DJ. The Hamburg-based producer, DJ Koze offers a highly unusual breathtaking collision of the precise and the blissful. In his albums, remixes and singles, the highly immersive sensation of psychedelia and shoegaze meet his pointillist precision of some little techno. While his ...

Jim O’Rourke – Simple Songs review

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Jim O’Rourke was a household name in electronic music and indie rock in the late 1990s to the mid-2000s. He assured quality music whenever his name was associated with a particular record and was heavily involved in some of the best works in electronic music and indie rock. For example, he collaborated with artists such ...

Floating Points – Elaenia review

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In an interview, Sam Shepherd explained that he named his debut album as “Floating Points” after a dream. This album has an excellent collection of songs and is built up from his 2011 EP titled “Shadows”, the house track “Sparkling Controversy” and last year’s “Nuits Sonores and Nectarines 12-inch. Shepherd has always been keen on ...

Jenny Hval – Apocalypse, girl Review

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Norwegian singer and songwriter Jenny Hval is what we dub ‘non-conformist.’ Her new album Apocalypse, girl is certainly unconventional and provocative. Much like her previous album Innocence is Kinky, which she released in 2013, she continues to speak her mind in a way that is quite telling of her strong and opinionated stance on issues ...

Hot chip – why make sense?

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Whether sat at your laptop furiously writing assignments, just back from the club but not yet ready for the night to end, entering the eighth monotonous hour of the drive or simply chilling at home on Sunday afternoon, the sixth studio-produced offering from Hot Chip, "Why Make Sense?", provides the by turns motivating, soothing and ...