Artist, athlete, pioneer, unconventionalist.
29yo psuedo-DJ, self-taught musician (guitar/piano), poet, singer.
Music connoisseur. Always looking for the next best jam to sneak into a playlist. I love the forgotten and the underground. Bringing new sounds to the surface is the easy part, exposing those sounds to others is another story.
Recent Activity
posted a comment that has since been deleted. 9 months ago
posted a review of Peter Bjorn And John - Writer's Block. 11 months ago
Nothing can compare to the sound of an original vinyl recording. This is a perfect notion to the tired lo-fi cymbal crashing of yesterday's indie rock outfits.
Enter PB & J -- a trio of fun-loving, heartbroken eccentrics from one of the chilliest parts ... See full review
posted a review of Corum - Never Use The Same Door Twice. 11 months ago
It's fascinating to think that music like this is produced in the modern day. Circa 2011, we transcend to ancient times when this record hits the turntable. An awakening of the soul - fully indoctrinated with deep and soothing vibrations amid choral ... See full review
posted a comment on Graham Reznick - Glass Angles. about 1 year ago
This LP is available here: https://mondotees.com/collections/music/products/glass-angles-by-graham-reznick-death-waltz-originals
And the cassette version of this album is equally enjoyable.
Cheers!
posted a comment on Moggi - Tra Scienza E Fantascienza. about 1 year ago
Yes. I have the TWO side A labels as mentioned on your copy. It's difficult to decipher each side. I will not write on them. Totally true. Track listing plays correctly, I can only follow the etchings.
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posted a comment on Franz Ferdinand - LateNightTales. over 3 years ago
This is a great song, sure. But this website is also a database for music collectors. It doesn't always have to be a frenzy for finding the tunes you want. Please know that this 7" is included EVERY single time you purchase a sealed original copy of the ... See full review
posted a review of Franz Ferdinand - LateNightTales. over 3 years ago
This amazing 2xLP from Late Night Tales will blow you away!
Take note: The CARRIE CLEVELAND single sided 7" is INCLUDED every time. I have purchased three sealed copies so far from random sellers around the world (UK, Germany, USA), and each copy has ... See full review
posted a review of Altar Eagle - Mechanical Gardens. over 3 years ago
Highly underrated selection of goth synth-dream pop. An astonishing achievement in melodic harmony. A classic endeavor.
Playful. Pensive. Sexy. Formidable. This is music intended to be played very loudly. Let your speakers crunch out your favorite ... See full review
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posted a comment on Clint Mansell Featuring Kronos Quartet - Requiem For A Dream. over 3 years ago
I might be upset if I was Marlon Wayans. How could anyone disregard such an obvious misprint?
They misspelled the actor's name in the credits on the back cover. And what on earth is a "string quartel"? [shaking head] Someone must've been in quite a rush ... See full review
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submitted Various - You're Next Motion Picture Soundtrack. over 3 years ago
posted a comment on Dead Can Dance - Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun. over 6 years ago
No problems here. The sealed version I opened and played is great. I even managed to forge a decent conversion to mp3 with my Numark TTi. Very minor surface noise on this LP.
Maybe it's the needle.. Maybe it's the tracking..
I got a fine copy.
Thanks ... See full review
posted a review of Leven Signs - Hemp Is Here. over 6 years ago
I’m not sure how this happened or why it happened. But it did. And it’s fantastic.
Brad Rose is officially the coolest person on the planet. Anyone with enough energy and resourcefulness to unearth this unique piece of experimental music history (nearly ... See full review
submitted Leven Signs - Hemp Is Here. over 6 years ago
submitted GZA - Liquid Swords. over 7 years ago
posted a comment on Svarte Greiner - Untitled. over 7 years ago
This is no way to promote music. This release seems like a selfish endeavor.
Thanks for not sharing.
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posted a review of Inez Lightfoot - Familiars. over 7 years ago
Long-awaited. Very well worth the wait. What an exquisite journey. There is warmth, there is beauty, there is mystery, there is excitement. All around you, these sounds can be heard. Inez captures them like photographs and offers the listener a stunning ... See full review
submitted Inez Lightfoot - Familiars. over 7 years ago
posted a review of Silent Land Time Machine - I Am No Longer Alone With Myself And Can Only Artificially Recall The Scary And Beautiful Feeling Of Solitude. over 7 years ago
The amalgamation of superbly organized sound fragments presented on this amazingly underrated hunk of wax feels much like a dreamland one enters through the heart before it’s time-released into the corridors of the mind, following a crucially healing ... See full review
posted a review of Silent Land Time Machine - I Am No Longer Alone With Myself And Can Only Artificially Recall The Scary And Beautiful Feeling Of Solitude. over 7 years ago
The amalgamation of superbly organized sound fragments presented on this amazingly underrated hunk of wax feels much like a dreamland one enters through the heart before it’s time-released into the corridors of the mind, following a crucially healing ... See full review
posted a review of Decimus - Decimus #11. over 7 years ago
An on-the-edge-of-your-seat experience is hard to achieve through music alone. In these modern times, our ability to be thrilled usually depends upon the size of monitor used for viewing and the content displayed upon it.
Equipped with organic sound ... See full review
posted a review of Grant Evans - Tactical Gamelan. over 7 years ago
A true pioneer with these organic findings, this will be the understatement of the year.

Evans creates lusciously tempestuous soundscapes for listeners to hide inside. Covering us with the sound of his unique spilling of the world around him through ... See full review
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 7 years ago
posted a review of Inez Lightfoot - Riverbottom Nightmare. over 7 years ago
I could easily say that this music reminds me of what might materialize if Grant Evans were to produce a Grouper album, but that might take away from the genuine soul that lives inside this actual production. I give extreme props to Ms. Lightfoot for ... See full review
posted a review of Rameses III - I Could Not Love You More. over 7 years ago
These punk rock savants have taken a more chilled out route. And what a treat it really is to hear the slow weeping guitar shed its light upon the waters of our life. Each song feels like a train running through your heart - only to come back out the ... See full review
posted a review of Saroos - See Me Not. over 7 years ago
Saroos is comprised of a trio of talented artists from various groups well-regarded in the electronic music industry - The Notwist, Lali Puna, and Iso68. So with all these brilliant hands in the studio and Odd Nosdam behind the wheel, it’s no surprise ... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. over 7 years ago
posted a review of City Center (3) - City Center. over 7 years ago
Not sure why this artist has never been referenced to Panda Bear or Animal Collective. Does anyone else hear the influences?
posted a review of Anworth Kirk - Anworth Kirk. over 7 years ago
Welcome to a dark underworld of Euro-friendly flights of fear. A dramatic currency of vampire slaves and frightened children cower beneath suspenseful strings - harmonized clattering of chattered tongues, giving this album its hauntingly classic ... See full review
posted a review of The North Sea - Bloodlines. over 7 years ago
This ultramodern North Sea release is a wrenching discovery into the underground avant-garde arsenal held equipped by the one and only, rugged and true, Brad Rose.
The music on this recording is supposed to sound scattered and unfiltered and the album ... See full review
posted a review of Emuul - The Drawing Of The Line. over 7 years ago
Where has all the good ambient music gone? Talented acts like Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, etc have found better avenues to express their glory. It seems like Brad Rose and his illicit band of protégés are the ones who stand alone.

Music like ... See full review
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posted a review of Amon Tobin - ISAM. over 8 years ago
Who has beef with this album? Tobin fans need to chill out about this release. This is exquisite work, regardless of who created it, obviously a master of their craft – in both design and execution – so what’s the problem? I don’t see any.
This album ... See full review
posted a review of The Album Leaf - Into The Blue Again. over 8 years ago
I love how LaValle’s signature sound comes through so clearly in all these compositions. There’s a lovely common thread that binds them together as one whole song. Eased into an epic rendition of startling familiarity but never straying from its bright ... See full review
posted a review of Grails - The Burden Of Hope / Redlight. over 8 years ago
A true work of art. Grails are the real deal when it comes to innovation and ingenuity. The use of space is carefully thwarted through a melodic marshland of terrific spirit. Giving this music full, rich character and body - to be savored much like an ... See full review
posted a review that has since been deleted. over 8 years ago
posted a comment on Rauelsson W/ Peter Broderick - Réplica. over 8 years ago
This vinyl album actually feels thicker/heavier than most 180g records I own. Does anyone else notice this or am I the only one?
Does anyone know if there is 200g vinyl pressings or thicker? This record is pressed on very high quality vinyl. Thanks.
posted a comment on 13 & God - Oldage. over 8 years ago
These cuts are good..
But I thought a better, more well-meaning single provoked from "Own Your Ghost" would be 'Armored Scarves.' That's the BEST track on that album. Probably one of the better songs I've heard from any artist a long while. ... See full review
posted a review of M83 - Hurry Up, We're Dreaming.. over 8 years ago
This HAS TO BE album of the year.
Jump on it! Grab it up, find it any way you can!

I don’t mean to appear demanding, but this music will surprise you, in the best way possible.

I don’t want to break down this awesome assembly of work song by song, ... See full review
posted a review of Carousell - Black Swallow & Other Songs. over 8 years ago
An insect’s perspective of Queen Anne’s Lace. The artwork for this album helps define the larger than life view this music fully represents and wholly achieves. The sounds contained on this record resume an expansive journey into dark ambient territory ... See full review
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posted a review of Leyland Kirby - Eager To Tear Apart The Stars. over 8 years ago
Lookout Eno, here comes Kirby! This is brilliant ambient work. A soundscape that evokes the deepest of emotion, the purest of thought. The decay in the mastering gives this album a warm effect – almost crumbly and down to earth. I hear melodies inside of ... See full review
posted a review of North (5) - Ruins. over 8 years ago
Who says we're looking for more? I think we really do just want the same thing, not exactly repeated but definitely synonymous in nature. These tunes are highly addictive spurts of amazing guitar-driven music. Familiar but still brand new to the ears. ... See full review
posted a review of Bibio - Mind Bokeh. over 8 years ago
I would hope by now that the truly discerning listener isn’t buying albums out of impulse or after hearing/reading the harkened banter famously deployed by a critic’s feed of crap. I understand and respect the place of most music critics and find their ... See full review
posted a review of Grails - Black Tar Prophecies Vol 4. over 8 years ago
The sounds contained on this record are high-quality, universal tracks. I don't believe in critics having any say in the marketing of an album. In the end, if you produce exquisite material, you're going to gain a fan base. I've heard other Grails prior ... See full review
posted a review of Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor. over 8 years ago
This beautifully intoxicating music reminds me more of M83 than anything else, though I can hear the BoC reference. In an era of electronica where gems like this are spewed out by the truck loads, many of them went unheard or heard once and forgotten. ... See full review