Sometimes I am hot-to-trot picking up newly released music, sometimes not so much, and I missed a big […]
Please take a moment to read Whitney B.’s review of Xi’an Noodles here. She took the time (not […]
Paulor has been one of my favorite discoveries from the past 6 months. Brought to me (and you) […]
Around 35:30 her mix fades entirely out of a spazzy slash-and-burn-the-jungle bass track considering an identity makeover as a trap banger, and reintroduces itself with an IDM funk constellation that sounds like getaway music in an intergalactic bank heist film
Its cool down in the dungeon. It’s cool to stand alone in the darkness for a couple of […]
Is it Techno? Is it House? Sure, if it makes it easier to understand, go ahead and call it tech-house. But the darkened and percussive neurosis of the A-side, and bubbly sunshine-funk spritz on the B-side belie such crass classification.
Part 1: Life, Liberty, and Legislating Happiness “The lifeline of the southwest.” This is the professional consensus on […]
“Naturally, your sentence will be death. However, the council unanimously agreed to allow you to select your method of justice.” The speaker paused long enough to let her words resonate within the defendant, there was a trace of tragedy in the tension of her face as she added, “We believe you have earned that privilege.”
“If the present men and women don’t mind, I would like a real death. Surprise me.”
Jaar and quite a few other producers have done very well to balance the contemporary excitement of dance music production with the musically-debasing vision that birthed it throughout the 20th century.