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Galapaghost: I Never Arrived

By Lisa Waugh Casey Chandler is a hell of a lyricist. And he’s funny. That’s the power behind his project as Galapaghost (clever name, that). I Never Arrived is soulful, intense, and quite on point. First off, the record is open and honest. “Somewhere” and “The Secrets Our Body Keeps” are both stirring and soothing. […]

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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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Bryan Deister’s Spines of the Heart

By Antiem Boyd Bryan Deister has brought all of the tools from his skillset and piled them on top of his influences for his latest project, Spines of the Heart. His classical training and deep study of pop, rock, and various shades of experimental all come to bear in a cathedral of an album. Spines […]

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NagMet’s Water is Conscience

By Monk Waugh NagMet’s Water is Conscience is a record that Mangalores from The Fifth Element would love. “Experimental” doesn’t really capture what Daniel J. Harris and Nico Jongenelen are doing here. They seem to be pushing the listener to form an opinion. Pushing for a fight or a f*ck. Water is Conscience’s spoken word, synth, FX, […]

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moduS ponY’s Dandelion Isle is here to entertaiN yoU

by R.B. Sloane   moduS ponY’s latest retro atmospheric spoken word of wonder is Dandelion Isle. There’s no easy description of moduS ponY’s music besides those words or maybe it’s more fitting to say that they sound like if Salvador Dali had a band. There’s molten flower power, a lava of words, subterranean guilt and […]

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Lozk Non Language Meaningless Words Speaks Volumes

By Lisa Waugh While you were away, Leonardo Suárez Jiménez aka Lozk was out there furrowing new soil of electronic and experimental music. Someone has to lay down some new enroads. And the visual artist is just the one to do it. After just a few tracks, you’ll understand why Meaningless Words is a must […]

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