a beautiful, unassuming album that possesses the ability to bring rare and genuine calm.
Sego Sucks is the name of the sophomore album from Sego. The humorist, self-effacing graffiti-type title sits like a melting popsicle on a sidewalk. Something of surprise, slight-horror, and beauty is happening. From the outset there’s a lot of grit and spit in what Sego serve. The high-end atmospheric pitch of an amp waiting for…
But there are surprises, many of them, in this album. Justin Wright sets out challenges and reassurances. He requests engagement at a higher level.
Flying Fish Cove have offered a unique view of themselves, their subjects, and the times in which we live. As understated as this album is, it is also nothing short of excellent.
a track that is an understated call to the roots of the European electronic scene. Kovacs delivers class.
Ahead of releasing their self-titled debut album Matt Surfin’ And Friends have delivered two little nuggets of perfection. Available via Community Records the tracks ‘Get Down’ and ‘Loser’ point at what’s coming on May 17. Matt Surfin’ is the brainchild of New Orleans based artist Matt Seferian, who envisaged the project as being a loose…
Whitney Ballen returns with ‘Pretend Songs’, a courageous little release, which dismantles the heart and pours beauty over everything.
There’s a feeling of an artist embedded in life, issuing reports. Rather than reflecting too much on what it all means, Foodman records ‘this is happening’.
On ‘Rain Duets’ everything is happening certainly and with the kind of beauty that remains simple, even at it’s most complex.
It’s been a few months since Avey Tare occupied our ears with Tangerine Reef, the Animal Collective audio-visual collaboration with avant-garde coral macro-videographers Coral Mophologic. It was a hyper-real underwater odyssey that offered up an otherworldly, magical experience. The artist’s last solo album, Eucalyptus, was released back in 2017 – another dreamlike affair that developed the palette. So,…