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Christopher Møklebust

Brookings, South Dakota
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I've held many hobbies and interests throughout the years, but music - in all its forms - has remained the most noteworthy.
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  1. FeatherWolf
    by FeatherWolf
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    Wolven Trials Wolven Trials
    I have been waiting for FeatherWolf's debut album for a while now and it is finally hear! I was first introduced to FeatherWolf through Eric Kiersnowski's work with Upsilon Acrux. FeatherWolf seems to be a lighter and hoppier version of some of the same styles associated with Acrux's later work. If you like this, definitely check out the album Radian Futura. I look forward to more work from FeatherWolf!
  2. Cicatrices
    by Charles Barabé
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    B B
    '''thi"s --is very... veerryy... veeerrrryyyy... l0ong a?nd strung out.!; (147}... collage samplin*g. I su9Pose. ...So - CHECK !t OUT. ----_---- ..and sta(y) tuned ---> 4or f--->uther UpdaTe2? (pending...)
  3. Kites Over Havana
    by The Vitral Saxophone Quartet
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    Wapango (Saxophone Quartet) Wapango (Saxophone Quartet)
    It has been a while sense I've bought anything on Bandcamp - but I saw the word "Havana" and had to check this album out. Having spent some time in Cuba, I can tell you that the musicians on Kites Over Havana do a wonderful job in capturing the feel of the city. Especially, with the opening track Wapango. Give it a try! How often do you get to hear a Saxophone Quartet, anyways?
  4. Die Trommel Fatale
    by Brandon Seabrook
    Emotional Cleavage Emotional Cleavage
    I was first introduced to Brandon Seabrook through the work of his trio Seabrook Power Plant - who put out two incredible albums! Go check them out. Sense then, he's fallen a bit off the radar for me. Though, I am very much looking forward to the release of Die Trommel Fatale sometime next year.
  5. Doom Salad
    by Doom Salad
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    Relax Drank Relax Drank
    Doom Salad's really been tossing them out as of late. Two albums within the course of a month? They must have come across some abandoned back alley studio - dusted off the mics, set up the cot's, and laid down some sick grooves.
  6. Further, Unafraid, Into the Light
    by Doom Salad
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    Little Tiny Monkey, Chillin in the Corner of my Pocket, Wearing a Diaper, All That Shit Little Tiny Monkey, Chillin in the Corner of my Pocket, Wearing a Diaper, All That Shit
    Doom Salad’s creative impulses are almost unexplainable. They’re just… so… damn… good! That’s really what it comes down to. In terms of comparison, the only thing I can think of is some of Upsilon Acrux’s work (especially Radian Futura). Though, Doom Salad would be Upsilon Acrux's smooth jazz equivalent. So, that just goes to show how unique these guys are. I can only hope they continue to create such an incredible musical array!
  7. ISAM
    by Amon Tobin
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    Piece Of Paper Piece Of Paper
    A cascading tapestry of electro-acoustical energy plummeting toward a spatial terminus, Amon Tobin's ISAM is the demonstration of such phenomena. It is the musical representation of auditory collapse and reconstitution - built upon the continual resonance of that which came before it. ISAM exists only on the subatomic level, filled to the brim inside the dichotomy of collision and separation.
  8. VOBO
    by VOBO
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    Fractales Fractales
    My most poignant observation of VOBO's self titled EP is its mere enjoyability. It's a straightforward little EP that simply... feels good! It's a joy to the ears, it opens a window about the brain, and accompanies well throughout the day!
  9. Floral EP
    by Floral
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    Balancing Act Balancing Act
    Floral's EP is a brilliant little escapade into contemporary progressive rock. As I've said in past reviews, I have my issues with "Math Rock" - being that the majority of it takes place in common time and really doesn't fluctuate with mathematics all too often - this is no exception. But Floral's EP is still a great opening that hits the right notes throughout. I look forward to their future material.

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