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Scirentific Dreamz of U needs to finally create that application where one can sit with their BluTooth tech or headset microphone and pick up all the languages being spoken around the user. Like, how Google Translate has that photo scanning application for special menus at your favorite non-American restaurant. Or wait, is this already a thing?
We’re excited here at TMT, because today, D?WN has finally announced details of her new album, Redemption, the third and final release in her Heart Trilogy. The album follows her surprise Fade to Mind release Infrared from earlier this...Show More Summary
Citizens of Earth, you are hereby on notice that another transmission from the planet Sun Ra is expected in November. A Sun Ra reissue seems to be at least an annual event, yet somehow, as we move beyond 20 years since the great manShow More Summary
S ince PC Music spoiled us so generously back in 2014 with a continuous stream of tracks and mixes, fans of the London-based crew have had a hard time coping with the subsequent slow-down.
I f As Light As Light is a prayer, "Hymn 1" is the prayer-within-a-prayer that it may be acceptable to You. "Let me get hold of something greater," croons Andrew Aged to someone or other, the center he addresses dilating and contracting to span the liquid stream uniting self-consciousness with consciousness of another and of everything. Show More Summary
A ven, an album designed by sound engineer and composer Bethan Kellough, is a film you watch with your ears. It has no visual component, but it may as well be a film. Field recordings collected in Iceland and South Africa — of geothermal activity, rushes of wind in grass, the sun setting, birdsong, rippling water — provide the action.
inc. no world As Light As Light [No World; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 I f As Light As Light is a prayer, “Hymn 1” is the prayer-within-a-prayer that it may be acceptable to You. “Let me get hold of something greater,” croons Andrew Aged toShow More Summary
Bethan Kellough Aven [Touch; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 A ven, an album designed by sound engineer and composer Bethan Kellough, is a film you watch with your ears. It has no visual component, but it may as well be a film. Field recordingsShow More Summary
Sitting in the park listening to music that isn’t typically or has never been listened to in a park is a complete question mark. These gentlemen have been speaking in a foreign language next to me for fifteen minutes, and I’m not sure if it’s Elevation X Toiret Status’ newest Flamebate release T.D.I.M, or just very loud Turkish. Show More Summary
Cynically, it's easy to lament the fact that ~everyone has a smart phone, and therefore ~everyone has the capacity to broadcast the crevices of their breakfast croissant as though such knowledge were imperative to the continuance of our daily lives. Show More Summary
Dude! Feels like it’s been, like, friggin’ six centuries since we last heard from Joan of Arc… Oh, wait: It HAS BEEN. But seriously, folks: it’s also been a legit five years (a pretty insane stretch of time measured in indie rock years) since we last heard from Tim Kinsella’s almost-as-legendary band of the same name Joan of Arc. Show More Summary
Dude! Feels like it's been, like, friggin' six centuries since we last heard from Joan of Arc... Oh, wait: It HAS BEEN.
Forerunning footwork producer RP Boo has announced The Ultimate, a new six-song EP slated for release on the influential Planet Mu label on November 25.
Where would rock be without the dangers of electricity, the possibility of getting shocked to shit in a perfect Final Destination storm?
Ever feel like the music you're listening to is occupying a confined space due to how it was mixed or the unspoken prerequisite of existing in a particular sub-genre? Certainly much of Raster-Noton's back catalog gives off this impression...Show More Summary
froyo ma skips pebbles across the reflective surface of a gelatin lake. "home phone" maps the aural ripples that are left behind with the leaps of each stone, their jiggly vibrations stretching out across the shimmering veneer like fresh-out-of-bed limbs. Show More Summary
Forerunning footwork producer RP Boo has announced The Ultimate, a new six-song EP slated for release on the influential Planet Mu label on November 25. The Ultimate is only the most recent in a long string of collaborations betweenShow More Summary
Where would rock be without the dangers of electricity, the possibility of getting shocked to shit in a perfect Final Destination storm? In “Playing Dumb,” there’s that solo around 2:40; someone got the storm… There’s an occasional toggle...Show More Summary
What a refreshing LP from top to bottom, both considering the past output of Gilgongo Records and the past output of… everyone. Mia Loucks brings brutal honesty to a gritty, scruffy blues template that reminds me of Aisler’s Set’s Amy...Show More Summary