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    Tag Archive: album

    Max Loderbauer, Claudio Puntin, and Samuel Rohrer, Ambiq

    On Ambiq, Max Lodebauer collaborates with Swiss clarinet virtuoso Claudio Puntin and drummer Samuel Rohrer for an LP of low-lit grooves and ominous ambience that combines live instrumentation and warm desk work to great effect.

    Copeland, Because I’m Worth It

    Inga Copeland’s first full length since the split of Hype Williams is a luminously brusque listen, one that invites repeat listens despite its downtrodden tone.

    Golden Donna, II

    The follow up to Golden Donna’s 2012 self-titled debut LP on 100% parent label, Not Not Fun Records, II has the potential to impress most people lucky enough to hear the cassette or snag it digitally.

    Gesloten Cirkel, Submit X

    Submit X, the debut album from Gesloten Cirkel, works because it balances the impulses of hooky club (or car) music with implicitly bleak worldviews.

    Todd Terje, It’s Album Time

    Todd Terje’s debut album, It’s Album Time, deserves to be embalmed and hung above a fireplace like a boar’s head — a relic that could conceivably be dated to any era, but one we should feel privileged to call our own.

    The Central Executives, A Walk in the Dark

    The Central Executes mix the anarchic and the modern on their debut LP, A Walk In The Dark.

    Bruta Non Calculant, World In A Tear

    Cititrax presents the debut LP from Bruta Non Calculant, a new project from Alaxis Andreas G, the French underground mainstay behind Le Syndicat Electronique.

    Efdemin, Decay

    On Decay, Efdemin’s third album, the chilly repetition and careful attention to silence, space and reverb in his work is clearer than ever.

    Sendai, A Smaller Divide

    A Smaller Divide, the follow-up to Sendai’s 2012 debut album, pulls the Belgian duo of Peter Van Hoesen and Yves De Mey outside the club and into space.

    Joey Anderson, After Forever

    After Forever, Joey Anderson’s debut album, showcases much of what sets him apart from his Tri-State Area peers.

    D. Edwards, Teenage Tapes

    Made up of old noise demos and blunt, new recordings in the same style, Teenage Tapes by Delroy Edwards bends listeners his will rather than the other way around.

    Leif, Dinas Oleu

    Dinas Oleu, Welsh producer Leif’s debut album, is as moving as the best deep house, but its sounds appear to have been laid in an isolation tank rather than planted in earth.

    Edit Select, Phlox

    Phlox‘s 11 ying-and-yang excursions feel like instruments of ongoing discovery, with Edit Select reaching out to grasp at the distant, darkened corners of his musical vocabulary and committing the results to record.

    Community Corporation, The Salt Mines

    Positioned as “a skewed history of events that never transpired,” Community Corporation’s The Salt Mines builds on classic Midwest techno/electro templates in unexpectedly compelling ways.

    Untold, Black Light Spiral

    Reportedly recorded over the course of a single July week in 2013, Black Light Spiral is a remarkable feat of squalor — the sort of stuff that would lead one to contemplate Untold’s well-being during the creation process.

    Actress, Ghettoville

    Ghettoville finds its creator staring into the fundamentals of his sound, which is to say the nuts and bolts of his poetics and the inky void they exist within.

    STL, At Disconnected Moments

    For those looking to dive deep into the kind of airy, long-form grooves Stephan Laubner does so well, At Disconnected Moments is a gold mine.

    Axel Boman, Family Vacation

    Family Vacation is a different beast than Axel Boman’s 12″s, and he clearly enjoys stumbling and slurring more than the briefer format allows.

    Conforce, Kinetic Image

    On Kinetic Image, the increasingly gloomy sound Confrorce has been cultivating reaches new levels of seriousness.

    Recondite, Hinterland

    As did On Acid, Hinterland exhibits Recondite’s extraordinary ability for expression in spite of a limited palette.