Archive for July, 2009

 

Cold Cave – Love Comes Close (album review)

July 27th, 2009

Although they’ve only been around a fairly short time, the early recordings of Cold Cave largely fell into a sort of lo-fi, noisy haze that sounds like it could have been made by any number of groups. Last year, though, they dropped a 3-track 7″ that turned their sound on its head a bit, pushing […]

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Clark – Totems Flare (album review)

July 20th, 2009

Drop what you’re doing and go get this album now, because it kicks some behind. I’ve been a huge fan of Chris Clark since way back when he was going by both names, and while I felt like his Turning Dragon album was a tiny step back from Body Riddle, this years Growls Garden EP […]

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Planetary Assault Systems – Temporary Suspension (album review)

July 7th, 2009

If loving absolutely banging minimal techno is wrong, then I don’t want to be right. Since my introduction to electronic music way back in the day, I’ve always had a weak spot for the hard and heavy thumping stuff that’s like gasoline fueling the dancefloor fire, and once in awhile I still hear something that […]

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