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Album Of The Week: Gaussian Curve - The Distance

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In the spring of 2016, Gigi Masin, Jonny Nash and Marco Sterk got together in the studio for the first time since they recorded Clouds, the critically acclaimed debut album from their… 110 more words


Nmesh - Nu.Wav Hallucinations (2013)

Here’s what I like about Nmesh: he’s old.  Or, rather, he’s old enough.  In the nostalgia-fueled, archeological dig of a genre that is vaporwave, it’s a shock to see how young some of its more famous names are: Vektroid and Saint Pepsi were literally toddlers when Windows 95 was released, and the first cassettes they’ve bought may have very well been their own.  979 more words

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The Start of Something... Interesting?

So, I have decided to start writing a blog. It feels like a good time to do it, I am imminently going to graduate and then be released out into the real world and so it felt right to find a place to collect my random musings and release them out into the world as well. 577 more words


Album Of The Week: Braxton Cook - Somewhere In Between

On his new album titled “Somewhere In Between,” saxophonist, singer, and songwriter Braxton Cook weaves together jazz, soul and r&b to form a beguiling concoction. Over the course of twelve tracks, Cook creates a unique sonic landscape that is both innovative and timeless. 250 more words


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このアルバムについてのすべてはなんとなく :: Everything about this album is bullshit

There are a number of genres which seem to exist in their own world; music that may cross over from time to time but mostly just gets talked about in the context of itself.  1,469 more words

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Album of the Week, April 16: Voyeur by Kim Carnes

Kim Carnes took her time building her star status. The daughter of an attorney and a hospital administrator, she is that rare pop musician who grew up in a non-musical household. 767 more words

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Album Of The Week: Porter Ray - Watercolor

Since hearing his Fundamentals mixtape back in 2014 we’ve come to expect nothing but good things from Porter Ray. This new album titled “Watercolor,” 179 more words

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