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Review: BABii, Iglooghost, and Kai Whiston – XYZ

Review: BABii, Iglooghost, and Kai Whiston – XYZ

XYZ, the inaugural release off the Gloo label sees label founder and all-round beat transgressor, Iglooghost team up with fellow…

Review: DVS NME – Trans Asia Express (Self-released)

Review: DVS NME – Trans Asia Express (Self-released)

Trans-Asia Express marks the 808-enthusiast’s first release in over five years. Over the past decade, few can claim to have devoted…

Review: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Bandana (Rappcats)

Review: Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Bandana (Rappcats)

Incendiary and individualist Indiana-born Rap artist, Freddie Gibbs returns to collaborate with the evergreen, erudite production wizardry of Madlib for…

Review: ASC – Realm of the Infinite (Auxiliary)

Review: ASC – Realm of the Infinite (Auxiliary)

Highly recommended, awe-inspiring terraform tunes from a masterful producer. The ‘mysterious’ producer is a heavily fetishised trope in today’s club…

Review: Sneaks – ‘Highway Hypnosis’ (Merge Records)

Review: Sneaks – ‘Highway Hypnosis’ (Merge Records)

Eva Moolchan’s musical career until now as Sneaks would feel positively hyperactive if it wasn’t bound by her droll vocal…

Review: Objekt – ‘Cocoon Crush’ (PAN)

Review: Objekt – ‘Cocoon Crush’ (PAN)

The contradictory fallacy of aspiring to your peers whilst simultaneously striving to exist outside of their shadow is part and…

Review: Jensen Interceptor – ‘Mother’ (Lone Romantic)

Review: Jensen Interceptor – ‘Mother’ (Lone Romantic)

Owing his artist name to West Bromwich’s famous touring car, the Jensen Interceptor, Mikey Melas’ output certainly bears similar traits…

Review : Djrum – ‘Portrait with Firewood’ (R&S)

Review : Djrum – ‘Portrait with Firewood’ (R&S)

Sometimes when a producer steps out of their comfort zone they end up making some of their best work, or…

Review: Death Grips – Year Of The Snitch

Review: Death Grips – Year Of The Snitch

After five studio albums your average musical outfit will naturally have settled into a groove. Any contrarian impulses to pull…

Review: Skee Mask – Compro (Ilian Tape)

Review: Skee Mask – Compro (Ilian Tape)

Bryan Müller belongs to a rare cult of producers who were excelling before they could legally enter a nightclub. As…

Review: DJ Koze – Knock Knock (Pampa Records)

Review: DJ Koze – Knock Knock (Pampa Records)

There is perhaps nothing more typecast than saying that an album “takes you on a journey”, but that’s exactly what…

Review: Rival Consoles – Persona (Erased Tapes)

Review: Rival Consoles – Persona (Erased Tapes)

The opening scene to Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film, Persona, shows a series of unrelated and fragmented images: a running filmstrip,…

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