Guests like the up-n-coming duo Sales, edgy pop musician Baths, tropically minded Quantic, silky-toned Segilola, and Ethiopian electronic producer Mikael Seifu drop by on this rewind of memorable tunes from 2014. We also hear from Tim Shiel, musician and DJ from Double J, with a mix of music from Australia.
Bandcamp for labels has arrived! Kicking off with Seattle-based powerhouse Sub Pop (Sleater-Kinney, The Shins, Shabazz Palaces, Fleet Foxes, Iron and Wine), UK electronic trailblazers Ninja Tune (Bonobo, Cinematic Orchestra), the always soulful sounds of Daptone (Sharon Jones, Antibalas, The Budos Band), indie SF punk legends Fat Wreck Chords (NOFX, Lagwagon), metal-loving Relapse Records (Red Fang) and loads more!
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A force to be reckoned with, Simz cuts mental chords. Mrs. Hattori Hanzo boasts lyrical blades sharpened with cunning linguistics.
Undeniably needs a "following" from anyone who enjoys an energetic electronic meal. A few years have passed, but Joob has surfaced yet again to bring something profound to the ways of sound.
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Haunting and nostalgic. It deserves numerous listens. The intelligence is definitely there, in the lyrics and in the song structure. Any John Maus fan will truly appreciate this album.
Psychedelic pop songs exerting my favorite kind of lethargy. I enjoy every song on this album, and that amount of cohesion is rare.