Kastle – Reflections [Symbol] — Robyn Thinks

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Kastle hat gerade ein sehr schönes Album auf seinem Symbols Label veröffentlicht, dass vor (Old School) Jungle und Garage Referenzen nur so strotzt. Ich mochte seine bisherigen Releases auch immer sehr gerne, das Album vereint jetzt seine Sounds von 100 bis 160 BPM auf insgesamt 12 Tracks sehr gut. Hier unten mal als Referenz sein […]

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Big Ups: Black Milk Picks His Favorite Bandcamp Artists — Bandcamp Daily

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MC/producer Black Milk doesn’t mind sharing the spotlight. He shared with us the artists on Bandcamp who are currently holding his attention.

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Noisia – Mantra (official video) — Robyn Thinks

Das neueste Video von ihrer LP haben Noisia und Sil van der Woerd mit Flüchtlingen aus Afghanistan, Ghana, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia und Syrien gedreht. Die Flüchtlinge “spielen” die intensiven und bedrückenden Momente ihrer Flucht nach Europa noch einmal nach und die Beats von Noisia könnten nicht passender sein. Mehr Hintergrundinfos zum Video gibt es auf […]

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The Melvins, Omar Rodríguez-López, Teri Gender Bender form Crystal Fairy, share debut song — listen — Consequence of Sound

Four members of some of the heaviest bands around have come together to form a new supergroup. Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover of The Melvins, At The Drive-In’s Omar Rodríguez-López, and Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes have joined forces as Crystal Fairy. The seed of the group was planted when Le Butcherettes opened a…

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Album Review: Nicolas Jaar – Sirens — Consequence of Sound

America is flush with loud warnings. It’s noisy and chaotic, a crumbling facade of rights and wrongs and gun wounds; that grows all the more apparent as the presidential election inches closer. During his DJ set at Big Ears this past March, Nicolas Jaar capitalized on that governmental unease. Wall Street calls boomed and a…

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Om Unit – Boiler Room #48 (März 2011) — Robyn Thinks

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Om Unit lud neulich diesen Mix aus dem Boiler Room hoch, den er in London gespielt hat, als er 2011 zum ersten Mal beim BR eingeladen war. Sein Hinweis “my lesser-known 1st session for Boiler Room” trifft für mich definitiv zu, so hatte ich den Mix damals und auch bis jetzt auf keinen Fall auf dem Schirm. […]

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Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge announce debut album as NxWorries, share “Lyk Dis” — listen — Consequence of Sound

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A few weeks prior to dropping breakthrough solo album Malibu, Anderson .Paak combined forces with Kendrick Lamar and Joey Bada$$ producer Knxwledge for Link Up & Suede, their first EP as NxWorries. Now, less than a year later, the collaborative duo is reconvening for a new release, its full-length debut album. Titled Yes Lawd, it’s due out…

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Africa Rising: Shaping the Global Sound — Bandcamp Daily

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Percussionist Esa, queer duo FAKA and Lady Vendredi “In stark contrast to the clichés of African music as “sunny” and dance-oriented, the sound here is an intensely dystopian Afrofuturism.” Trying to parse the many intercontinental influences in club/electronic music can make your head spin. Ever-increasing globalization means that the transmission of ideas around the planet […]

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