16 Jan 2011, 21:49 by Bashinho
27 Dec 2010, 12:00 by roxamarialisten
1. Lucky Dragons – Givers
2. Twin Sister – All Around We Go
3. Pevin Kinel – Syntactic Sugars
4. Holy Fuck – Red Lights
5. Nickel Pressing – Beck Is Back
6. Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Round and Round
7. Zun Zun Egui – Chunk N’ Swirl
8. Paus – Mete as Mãos à Boca
9. Civil Civic – Less Unless
10. Dosh – Subtractions
11. Dirty Projectors + Björk – On and Ever Onward
12. Wise Blood – Strt Srns
13. Kimmo Pohjonen – Ohimo
14. Spirituals – Manzanita
15. Dick Hyman & Mary Mayo – Moon Gas
8 Oct 2010, 04:28 by GroovemineArtist: Gold Panda
Album: Lucky Shiner
Label: Ghostly International
The familiarity isn’t just coincidental. Gold Panda, at first glance, is treading a lot of territory already paved by the more sentimental breed of electronic artists, ranging from Lusine, Ernest Gonzales, Spiritualsand Toro y Moi. But there’s something naïve and profound in GP’s work that pushes it far into its own realm, a private love letter containing a few lines borrowed unconsciously.
The electronic production and instrumentation of the album serves more as a backdrop for...
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13 Jul 2010, 23:38 by jetjag
16 Jun 2010, 05:40 by GroovemineArtist: Spirituals
Label: Waaga Records
...There seems to be a significant lack of music in the area of mainstream consumption that sounds natural. Something always seems intentional, some great effort exerted to concentrate focus in some area, or a noticeable sidestep of the conventional or popular. While this doesn’t result in bad music, there is something struggling at the roots, and it’s noticeable. Spirituals, a sort of sound-collage experiment by Oregonian Tyler Tadlock, is at once meticulous in its arrangement, and seamlessly natural in its execution.
Spirituals is not precisely an electronic record. Tadlock spent much of his time before relocating to Portland collecting sounds from local free jazz performances in Jackson, Mississippi, and the album is a contemporary, processed and carefully arranged interpretation of those sounds. While this collage technique is often seen in more abstract artists such as Russell Mills or Rapoon…