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Bon Iver “i,i” album review: A shift towards community

Rating: 9/10 At this point it’s strange to say that Bon Iver has become somewhat ubiquitous in the world of music. Brainchild Justin Vernon has...

Neon Future: DJ Steve Aoki’s comic book sees techno-optimism

MIAMI (AP) - Forget the dystopian future of science fiction stories, where Skynet endoskeletons stomp on dry human bones or people slumbering in fluid-filled...

Master Boot Record’s “Internet Protocol” is a change of pace

It's been a few months since the last one, so it's time for another Master Boot Record album. Just like the last few albums,...

“Siku” blends techno and Ecuadorian rhythms to create electronic classic

Nicola Cruz has rapidly become one of my favorite techno artists. Cruz is an Ecuadorian electronic musician who takes the sounds of his home...

El Búho makes more solid, ambient techno with “Camino de Flores”

With electronic music on a huge upswing, some artists have started making it sound a bit more natural. El Búho (The Owl) is one...

A review of “Peter Broderick & Friends Play Arthur Russell” by...

Rating: 8.3/10 I’ve long loved Peter Broderick’s various musical projects. From pastoral ambient to bedroom pop, Broderick has become the ultimate polymath indie journeyman. For...

2018’s Top 5 weird albums

Last week I made a Top 5 list for one of the most commercial and popularized genres in the world - - K-pop. To...

Why you should listen to: Master Boot Record — classical metal...

Master Boot Record is as much an idea as a musical project. Made by a lone person in Rome, Italy, Master Boot Record (MBR...

CloZee finds a good mix of EDM and traditional music in...

Electronic music is basically a part of France's heritage at this point. From the poppy beats in Madeon's albums to the gloomy synths in...

A review of “People of the Dawn” by Spencer Zahn

Rating: 7.5/10 This past spring I got the chance to see Kimbra play in Denver at the Bluebird Theater, a show which I documented in...