Jarod the Sixth: The Legend of Chinn Dynasty is a “rite of passage” work that takes hip-hop / rap to a whole new level. I hope this is the future of rap.
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Edward Martin and Thomas Walker: Courante could have been just a niche Lute recording. But instead this work takes on a whole new, special dimension.
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CerebralMix 2015-05-17: Ulysses Episode Twenty continues with the reading of Ithaca, and discussion of the differences between Bloom and Stephen.
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Mohkov: Future Hope is a release that mixes Four Tet, Boards of Canada, Dj Shadow and a bit of a Russian electronica influence.
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Lucid Dream Cities showcases Michael Peters evolving guitar style: ambient, experimental, looping, jazzy, rock all swirled together in this lush release.
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La Reverie: Cantica (Musica Efimera / Musica Eterna) is a fusion of Renaissance and Spanish folk styles with a performance that transcends both styles.
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Jekyll – Monkey Pig Dolphin takes on an exploration of the lighter side of progressive psytrance, and it’s quite mesmerizing.
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CerebralMix 2015-05-10: Ulysses Episode Nineteen – this week we conclude the Eumaeus episode, and embark on the Ithaca episode.
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Passages, Volumes One-Three is the final compilation from new Weird Australia which regrettably ceased operations in January after five years of operation.
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Indian Wells: Pause is the follow up to 2012’s Night Drops. Was it worth waiting for this release? Or was Indian Wells just a one shot artist?
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Simon Slator’s Halo is a lush, melodic listening experience that might appear to be background music, but it will draw you in quickly.
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CerebralMix 2015-05-03: Ulysses Episode Eighteen continues with the Eumaeus episode from the novel. We talk about how important narrative is to context.
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Federico Moscogiuri: Arpeggi is a pleasnat surprise: new music written for a renaissance instrument; idiomatically correct, infused with contemporary ideas.
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The World Beyond starts out clearly in one world, and by the end has taken the listener to a new level in a new world of experience.
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Intersonic Subformation: Apocalyptic Flower Shop is the first ambient work from Toronto producer Richard Lisaj. It’s a premise that is quite intriguing.
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