“Maybe only God knows how AMP works, but not only does it, it’s downright electric in its execution too.”
If beauty were music…
Interpol kin expand their reach.
‘Delicate’ and ‘reflective’ new work from the ambient IDM master.
Tim Clarke tackles the new album.
German Darkwave – you know you want it!
“Let this Stranger come into your home and heart and it may just never leave.”
“a danceable and fun album of pure pop”
“a spacey album that dresses up choppy grooves in hand-made effects”
“the spectre of roboticised post-punk too … balanced by ghostly vocal loops”
“we’re potentially sitting on a goldmine of great reactionary punk”
“music for the hopelessly romantic, those perhaps no longer in a relationship but still entirely in love.”
“Wave after wave of sax-punk lands like an ocean of well-manicured fists”
The artist that brought us the tremendous ‘All Are Saved’ album returns.
“proof that two types of strange don’t make a straightforward”
“A countdown to oblivion, a countdown to infinity. Choose your poison.”
Synth-punkers deliver “a timely reminder to embrace life to the fullest and revel in its diversity”
“intellectually stimulating and passionately lovable in a single bound”
“reveals itself like a hidden level on some vintage platform game”
“Imagine .some fellas gathered in a small basement jazz club and none of them have played together before … this album would represent a faithful document of that night.”