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Thibaut Devigne

Berlin, Germany
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Music lover with a fave for electronics, bt always looking at other genres, just in case ;-)
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  1. The West
    by Matmos
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    Action at a Distance Action at a Distance
    If I am not mistaken, this album has been recorded nearly two decades ago at time of this writing, and yet the compositions and the production values are so good and high that it remains very modern to this day. It is the sort of electronica music that matmos has become known to do, and prbably one of their best efforts.
  2. International Dub Ambassadors Meet Gomba Jahbari
    by International Dub Ambassadors & Gomba Jahbari
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    Roots Ambassador Roots Ambassador
    The music, the tunes are very much inspired by modern dub, which is a good thing. And the lyrics from Gomba Jahbari transform the whole thing in a sort of very appreciable modern reggae.
  3. NehruvianDOOM
    by MF DOOM
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    Coming For You Coming For You
    Awesome hiphop from awesome MCs. There is a clear alchemy between the lyrics and the production and everything flows smoothly.
  4. Maputo Queens
    by Etienne de la Sayette
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    Take A Second (feat. RacecaR) Take A Second (feat. RacecaR)
    I will call this future funk mixed with a bit of jazz insirations. Its cheesy at times, but just enough for the album to remain very enjoyable to listen. Its quite energetic also, but knows when to lower the tempo.
  5. Stories
    by Masayoshi Fujita
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    River River
    This is a superb work of classical music using only a vibraphone and a few string instruments. Its very much on the ambiant side of things, yet very smartly executed. Its impressive to hear the vibraphone used as a percussive instrument, but also to produce some drone like sounds.
  6. The Death Of Meaning
    by Defenders of Style
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    Burn Burn
    Dark and Minimalist hip hop where the MCs are all complementary and drop the lyrics on the beats with surgical precision. A very high quality album.
  7. Stop Look Listen
    by Marta Ren & The Groovelvets
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    Don't Look Don't Look
    Marta Ren takes the spirit of 60/70's soul funk and makes it hers. Its hot, bouncy and cheerfull. Its everything you need to pump up your day.
  8. beginningofsomethinG.old
    by dj illogik • Focus Records
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    Dreams in a Hooptie (Rudy Williams)‡ Dreams in a Hooptie (Rudy Williams)‡
    This is the kind of album that stays very long in the playlist of any hip-hop lover. Its not revolutionnary, but its so much good stuff packed in one place that it becomes a clear confort thing that I will come back to regularly in the next years.
  9. FIREC018 Healing Force Project - Gravitational Lensing EP
    by Healing Force Project
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    Entropic Trait Entropic Trait
    Some sort of electronic (free?) jazz, very focused on the drum machine, up to the point that it flirts several times with no wave. It remains excellent all along
  10. YT//ST
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    Hoshi Neko Hoshi Neko
    Difficult for me to describe, but I'll go with something in the lines of rock opera, with a big sense of epic, and some clear strong moments. I don't know if they can push that concept further, but this one piece is very good.
  11. Mad Professor meets Prince Fatty in 'The Clone Theory'
    by Prince Fatty
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    Devil Dub Ft. Winston Francis Devil Dub Ft. Winston Francis
    Nothing revolutionnary here, but nicely done remixed dubs. At least I think tehre are remixes as I could recognize some bits of tracks here and there but I might be wrong. Anyways, it is a good one if you are deep in dub.