Tag: electronic

  • Album Review: Blondes – Warmth

    Album Review: Blondes – Warmth

    Weirdly chilling but soothingly hypnotic, Blonde’s create a rich blanket of beautiful, industrial sounds.

  • Album Review: Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory

    Album Review: Vince Staples – Big Fish Theory

    Refreshing and fun yet depressing and deep, Big Fish Theory stands tall as one of the year’s best listens.

  • ALBUM REVIEW: DRUNK by THUNDERCAT

    ALBUM REVIEW: DRUNK by THUNDERCAT

    By Dominic V. Cassidy  (@lyre_of_apollo) Stephen Bruner, who performs under the moniker Thundercat, has just released his third full-length studio album, Drunk. Burner is an already established bassist, playing for legendary L.A. punk outfit Suicidal Tendencies, and recently featuring on tracks for other artists, including Kendrick Lamar’s album To Pimp a Butterfly. After the rough reception […]

  • Moderat – Reminder EP REVIEW

    Moderat – Reminder EP REVIEW

    German electronic act Moderat managed to overcome the ever fatal second album syndrome that infects any band who release a critically acclaimed debut, a triumph in itself. However, when your track record now features two well received LPs, how on earth do you pull it off again? In Moderat’s case they’ve done more of the […]

  • Crystal Castles – Deicide track review

    Crystal Castles – Deicide track review

    Best of July #5 Just like a building made out of such a fragile material, Crystal Castles stood strong together for years. Whereas other synth-pop acts like CHVRCHES had a more cheerful take on the genre, this Canadian duo turned the genre on its head by infecting it with apocalyptic tales of despair and sadness. […]