Afrosound’s third full-length LP forged a home for every sonic pulse.
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‘TDAGARIM’ connects adolescent fears to the sound of a wrecking ball – obviously I was too embarrassed to like it ten years ago.
feli colina – LXS INFERNALES
Colina expresses a smouldering heat, searching for what’s under the clothes and beneath the skin.
Ellen Zweig’s poetry throughout the 70s and 80s is compiled on this 40-minute-or-so record courtesy of Phantom Limb.
Meadows are liminal spaces that lead to or from destinations – in and of themselves, they are often bare and underdeveloped.
aaliyah – aaliyah (2001)
Perhaps only D’Angelo and Erykah Badu have incarnated R&B with such effortless magnetism.
TLROE’s loudmouth irony dwarfs its heartfelt instrumentals to make both feel inane.
Dizzee was on the estate, unafraid to express ugliness, questioning whether things would ever change.
nobuka – fehrbelliner str.
It is a special achievement of ‘Fehrbelliner Str.’ that it applies industrialism to frame individual and collective experience.