Soulwax From Deewee review


Belgian outfit Soulwax were my gateway drug into dance music. As a teenager, they were the be-all and end-all of

JFDR Brazil review

JFDR – Brazil

Discover JFDR, the solo project of Icelandic auteur Jófríður Ákadóttir, and her captivating and intimate new album Brazil. Ákadóttir is

Jacques Greene Feel Infinite review

Jacques Greene – Feel Infinite

Canadian producer Jacques Greene has something of a formula. Almost every track of his combines sleek, smooth synths and house

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Dirty Projectors – Dirty Projectors

Two things have happened to Dirty Projectors‘ Dave Longstreth since he last released an album: he broke up with longtime


Cloud Nothings – Life Without Sound

American indie rock band Cloud Nothings have an appallingly ill-suited name. This bizarre, mismatched moniker suggests some sort of perpetually-stoned

Yo! Sissy Goes Under Melbourne

Yo! Sissy Goes Down Under Melbourne: Finding Freedom In Fairy Bread

We attended Yo! Sissy Goes Down Under Melbourne some days ago. Here are some thoughts by our special envoy Ed

Vulgar Display Of Power: Why Is Music Still Such A Boys' Club?

Gender in music is an odd thing to talk about. Mostly because for a long time the only visible faces

japandroids near to the wild heart of life review

Japandroids – Near To The Wild Heart Of Life

Vancouver’s rock band Japandroids have always reminded me of Jack Kerouac‘s seminal “On The Road.” Like Kerouac‘s work they have