Category Archives: Album Reviews

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L.I.E.S. (Long Island Electrical Systems) Records – Music For Shut-Ins Album Review

Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. (Long Island Electrical Systems) is like a techno factory. It’s easy to picture powerful pistons and sparking conveyor belts producing these roughly hewn beats. Across 2 discs — one of collected singles and another of new material — 19 producers from the L.I.E.S. family bend and warp techno, disco and every hue...Read...
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Good Romans – Open The Door, Never Look Back Album Review (Finnish Explosions)

When most people think of jazz, they either stop at Duke Ellington’s sophisticated big bands, or possibly make it as far as the edgy, revolutionary architecture of bebop, if they’re hip. This extremely limited viewpoint overlooks the fact that, in its essence, jazz is essentially improvised instrumental music. On Open The Door, Don’t Look Back,...Read...
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Das Fluff – Meditation and Violence Album Review (So Happy Music)

Meditation and Violence, the new album by Das Fluff, explores subject matters both private, personal, and universal, head-on and without caveats or reservation. Timeless themes of isolation and loneliness are recast for the internet era, while the uncomfortable truth of social networking, and the distorted nature of friendship that come with it, are placed under...
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