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Monsters and Miracles: The Silk Road

By Lyle Lister Jon Dray Lee took his time at crafting his new single “The Silk Road (feat. MRS)“ and “The Silk Road (feat MRS) Austin Leeds Remix.” He started out playing in bands and had quite an extensive musical career. He stopped down to get his medical degree, going for his family fedicine degree in […]

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Sam Levin: Frame of Mind

By Stephen Chow Sam Levin was born to make music, seems like. And he’s already got a bio made for the music business. As a wee lad, Levin was steeped in all the greatest in folk, pop, and rock. He picked up a Fender Mini-Strat when he was five. Performed his first open mic at […]

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Tehnoloogiline Päike’s Technological Sun

By Lisa Waugh On their third album, Tehnoloogiline Päike sets out to make an album as varied as their individual fingerprints. From the meditative “This Means Wars” to the lost track from the Blade Runner soundtrack “So Many Days,” the record crackles with strange excitement. There’s so much packed into the seven tracks. There’s the […]

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Felinez So Real

By Lisa Waugh Felinez likes to build tracks from the ground up. He creates from a dark and surrealistic place with hypnotic results. Driving melodies, thunderous drums, excellent track titles, cutting his own path, his own way. You’re compelled to follow, not knowing if danger or pleasure lies ahead. With So Real, we’re inside Felinez’s […]

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Raelism’s Back to the Battlefield

By Antiem Boyd There’s something much more cerebral about the latest Raelism (Max Rael) project. Back to the Battlefield is very much a soundtrack of the electronic and industrial kind. Some tracks are ethereal, others upbeat and hopeful, one track (“They’re All Dead Now”) is a kind of evil circus demented clown entrance theme. Back to the […]

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Williamson’s Backesto Park

By Lisa Waugh There’s a lot to enjoy and bathe the brain in on Williamson’s Backesto Park, the artist’s homage and shout out to his San Jose neighborhood.The 14 track project is result of two years in the studio. Electronic, cinematic, and very much a hypnotic record (Williamson’s fifth), Backesto Park offers up something new […]

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3 Geminis, Enter the Synth

By R.B. Sloane Fred Carrico knows his way around a score. His work has been featured on Burn Notice and across other projects. He brought Marc Jordan and Josh Langfield together to form 3 Geminis for a selt-titled EP and synthcapade that is fun as hell. Technically, though, 3 Geminis is a solo project for […]

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Trip the Light Fantastic With Rooftop Runners

Lisa Waugh Martha Graham and Napoleon Dynamite. That’s how I’d describe the self-choreographed music video for the song “Energize”  by electronic/pop duo, Rooftop Runners. I don’t mean that as a slight. These two brothers move with the grace of ballet dancers (syncopation is captured in slo mo) and then there’s a kind of crumpling puppet […]

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