New Zealanders Electric Wire Hustle and Brooklynite Helado Negro talk about their fantastic new albums. Sonzeira and Chancha Via Circuito bring a South American vibe, while Bing Ji Ling and Mirror Signal drop summery tunes. Lorn and Lord Raja go bass-heavy, and we air shoegaze by Al Lover and Tim Woulfe.
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Andy decided to tell a story through his melodies, and he did so perfectly.
An awesome artist - inspirational and incredibly poetic. This record is a bit darker and sad compared to his previous one (which is more dreamy and nostalgic), it's perfectly crafted and very emotional.
Wonderfully constructed LP! Perfect length, featuring two artists whose music I equally enjoy, and just all around more polished and more confident than his previous work.
I've been waiting for this EP since robotoeyes released "Supernatural" out into the wild to fend for itself. Love their sound so much that it borders on the unhealthy / slightly creepy. Nonetheless, great stuff. Looking forward to more!
I may never completely understand how to use a DAW like Rekapper does, but I doubt my appreciation for his music is suffering from the lack of knowledge. I love putting his music on during a party -- it gets people's attention without being harsh/intrusive.