Brian Eno returns with an album on Warp and some help with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams. Will it live up to the expectation? Neil Major reviews.
Pacific! have arrived late to the party and as a result, Narcissus comes across as merely pleasant. If released back in 2006 when then nu-Gothenburg sound was still in its infancy perhaps things would be different, but at the end of 2010 it’s too little too late.
Brian McBride’s latest album is the soundtrack to a documentary about vanishing bees…
Supergroups are a bad idea, we all know this. But does the collaboration between The Orb and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour change this? Neil Major investigates.
With Warp’s longstanding ability to find and nurture electronic artists in a genre that attracts mayflies, the latest EP from Rustie bodes well for the future
The genius of Pale Sketcher lies in Jesu – specifically in a limited edition album of remixes released last year. Neil Major reviews the EP.
The Soft Wave’s biggest strength is its variety. Unlike many of the albums of the current antique synth revivalists, it’s an album that suits a wider variety of moods according to Neil Major.
Terrible name. But that’s Neil Major’s only real criticism to this summer of 90 sounding EP from Helsinki based Shine 2009.
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