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Kraftwerk - 3-D The Catalogue (2017)

At some point, it all changed. When you think of Kraftwerk, there are essentially two distinct entities there. One is the forward-thinking, massively influential technopop band that released albums on a regular basis and consistently evolved their sound as technology allowed. 1,275 more words

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Datarock - Face the Brutality

The Netflix series Stranger Things has become a massive success precisely because it’s nostalgia done right. It cuts through to the essence of the 80’s but does so without rigidly subjecting itself to the tropes and cliches of the era. 856 more words

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Album of the Week: The Free Life

Artist: Turbowolf

Released: 2018

The rock band from Bristol, UK recently released their third studio album. The new album contains rock, heavy metal, electronica, and even some punk rock. 28 more words

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Andrew W.K. - You're Not Alone (2018)

One of the great qualities of Andrew W.K. is his ability to break through the barrier between the artist and the listener. His music often comes off like the aural equivalent of shotgunning an entire pot of coffee and then smashing your face through a window; from a purely utilitarian standpoint, … 1,487 more words

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Scooter Forever (2017)

The world of the Europop instant celebrity is a cruel one. You have your one true moment of inspiration, or more likely some shadowy producer has it for you. 1,197 more words

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[Album Review]: Beck – Mutations (1998)

For listeners new to Beck, you’ll find yourself pointed towards either Odelay for the signature sound that established Beck as an international artist or Sea Change for the more emotionally-charged (and some would argue best) of his discography. 532 more words


…2018 w 11 – Album of the week is “Pauline Murray and the Invisible Girls".

What´s actually spinning on your turntable any given week is very much up to sudden changes in mood, or the usual game of association. This week we´re going way back to 1980, which saw the release of an exceptional album that´s haunted me through the years. 335 more words