‘Spiritual 2’ is an album that demands replay, and yet it never seems to repeat itself. Tengger have channeled the good stuff here.
“I’m a man on the street / I walk right through the storm / confidently…” Juan Wauters delivers wave after wave of self-assurance on his latest album, Introducing Juan Pablo. Released via Captured Tracks this collection of songs is a prequel and spiritual partner to Onda de Juan Pablo – the artist’s album released in…
Here, in the producer’s seat Lisel displays an affection for the easy other-world of following personal codes, and subscribing to new personal standards.
A Dangerous Crossing is the newly released album from Portland’s Souvenir Driver. The title references a Nietzschean quote that states that ‘Man is a dangerous crossing’. Phew, what can it all mean? ‘Man’ plays a pivotal part in the sequence of nine tracks. From the outset the narrator of ‘Haze’ is “…working for a broken…
E’Clair have delivered a soundtrack to the summer of 2019. Sauropoda is infused with timely grooves, and it gives great color.
Budokan Boys ‘Dad is Bad’ captures the moment when we realize the concepts to which we previously subscribed are almost entirely meaningless.
Understated, perfectly formed, and entirely refreshing. With ‘Living Theatre’ Olden Yolk have elevated their trajectory.
With ‘Loud as Laughter’ Psychic Graveyard have delivered a perfect, challenging, audacious record. Not everyone deserves this album.
Where once there was sadness there is now relief and light. Where there was once nothing, there’s a whole bunch of art. Thankfully.
Ludovic Alarie attempts to define nothing – he celebrates the nebulous nature of humanity, and the abstracts of meaning. “We don’t exist, we don’t exist…”