Feb 2014

Review: Ron Morelli - Spit

For the large part drone-y, loopy, lo-fi, raw and decidedly unmusical in the conventional sense, the short 8-tracker that clocks in at slightly under 35 minutes took me multiple listens, and each time produced a different reaction.

By | The Dash

Review: Neneh Cherry - Blank Project

When Neneh Cherry-singer, 80s it-girl, grandmother-announced a new record for 2014, it was met with a collective "huh" of quasi-anticipation. At least, of curiosity. This may be because, in spite of her past fame, most of us still don?t know who she is or what she has to say.

By | Josh

Review: Terrence Dixon - Badge of Honor

With 'Badge of Honor', Detroit techno and its key soldier Terrence Dixon can stand proud...Truly a piece of spellbinding work, please take note.

By | The Dash

Review: Lucy - Churches, Schools and Guns

Far from being a club-centric album, several of the tracks on here would in fact work exceedingly well as film scores, albeit of some very weird, very futuristic or artistic films. And that?s a good thing.

By | Una Sangard

Review: Terrence Parker - Life on the Back 9

If you love House, the chances are that you also love its highly formulaic quality. It's a shibboleth. You are a believer, and anyone who insists on innovation is missing the point.

By | Josh

Midnight Shift
2 hours of on-the-spot quality from KaSpar. Full tracklist and interview from this RBMA grad for the Midnight... http://t.co/XAlL3n17Fm
01:12 PM Apr 18 via Facebook

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07:13 PM Apr 16 via Twitter for iPhone

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New podcast from Siegen's Simon Hinter, who has just released on 'Shift 004' with Philogresz and TERRENCE PARKER... http://t.co/e23Uf384KD
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