When I got the assignment to do Body Languages second album I was totally stoked since I was a huge fan of their first album Social Studies. It was evident to me upon the first few minutes of listening to the opening track “The Chasing” that the quartet has matured
Hailing from the great state Oregon, the two Portland brothers Ryan and Jeffery Burian lay down some eclectic tracks as Beisbol on their debut album Lo-Fi Cocaine. Often sounding to this reviewer at times like a less pop and more hip version of Maroon 5 with the high vocals and
Fast and furious is the only real way I can describe the new EP from Moon King. Obsession II is a gut check of high caliber distortion over rhythmic beats with stellar vocals complimenting chiming keyboards throughout the album. The duo consisting of Daniel Benjamin and Maddy Wilde and have
A Simply Colony is an interesting blend of high harmonies and quirky pop music that often seems slow and melodic, but with contrasting dual vocals of Michael Dodson and Lara Mitchell, making the album robust and complex while also being simplistic in its intensions. Make It Start is the debut
Upon first listen of this great album, I am immediately reminded of the synthetic orchestral soundscapes of 70’s through early 90’s Tangerine Dream crossed with the late 90’s ambient music of Future Sounds of London. I am a huge fan of both artist's music so when I listened to Mask
Being an old school techno lover, Fatboy Slim was always one of my favorite artists because I immensely enjoyed both his original compositions as well as his live mix albums either under his Fatboy Slim guise or as his God given name Norman Cook. Either way I was super stoked
Gliss' Langsom Dans ultimately leaves the listener craving a new heightened audio experience from one track to the next.
Being a huge Cure fan since I was a a young teenager, Gliss’ latest release Langsom Dans is the closest I have heard a band come to the early Cure sound of Seventeen Seconds
The opening guitar strums to the last furious licks of streaming reverb. This album is soulful and heartfelt from beginning to end.
This trio from Washington DC call themselves a little rock band that puts out fuzzy-pop love ballads and from the songs of their first EP Mean Tom they are
Rave Age is the latest album from French producer Vitalic and it transports the listener back to the golden days of techno while still remaining originally new and hip.
In an age where electronic music consists of the thump, thump, woob, woob of Dubstep, it’s nice to hear a pure techno/house album
Callers blends a sense of chaos and deeply beautiful songs in Reviver
At first listen, Reviver seems to be a very jazzy and sultry. Callers provide enriched guitar licks and mysterious vocals. The splash track gives off an eclectic feel of discombobulating notes. That is until the pure vocals of Sara Lucas