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Written on: 27/11/2013
Uwe Gronau is something else. This musician is all over the place with his music. On one album he does proggy stuff, a little light jazz, some new age, a dash of avant garde, quite a bit of solo piano (occasionally with faint synth backing), some all-synth pieces (with and without drums), the very-occasional vocal here-and-there, some cool sneaky-sinuous bass-lines you hardly notice the first time through, a little synth guitar, and a bunch of unusual synth sounds that make you feel you are… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/10/2013 by SR1980 (28 reviews written)
I've been a massive fan of Jack Johnson since 2005, when his album 'In Between Dreams' hit the shelves. I've purchased every one of his albums since then, and whilst all great in their own rights, none of them have quite matched up to In Between Dreams. However, 7 years later, 'From Here to Now to You' is finally on a par; perhaps even his best work yet. In his latest album, Jack Johnson has ditched the electric guitar which had made an appearance on his last two, and gone right back to… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/07/2013 by daweinthal (0 reviews written)
Without a doubt Robot Arms is one of the most original, if not unique albums to come around in a while. Galilee’s release is truly electronic music and all original especially when you consider most electronic artists are basically deejays twisting knobs and buttons to already recorded music. Robot Arms is completely original. The album as a whole sounds a little mechanical in nature, which ironically works because it is a true electronic album. It mixes techno sounds with screeches… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2013 by Popobumm (7 reviews written)
Daft Punk needs no introduction, so let's get right to the album shall we? It's different. Different from what I expected. Different from what you expected. Even different from what Daft Punk expected I bet. But that's what makes it great. Once you get past that it's not a pure dance album like Discovery was, you'll really see that each song was lovingly crafted by the masters of electronic music. The album itself is very chill, with many songs having a disco-funk vibe to them that… Read Full Review
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