A music Lover.
Sorry about my crappy reviews everywhere, but if isn't a review of a good, timeless record for me, i'm gonna make one for it to give an impression of the music that is making my life.
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posted a comment on Pink Floyd - El Lado Oscuro De La Luna. over 3 years ago
my copy has the same cash register sound effect that opens the B side (Money) in the very, very end of the same B side. audible like one minute after the end of Eclipse.

that confused the hell out of me when i was a kid. I thought it was the start of ... See full review
posted a comment on Pepe Bradock* - Imbroglios Part 4. over 3 years ago
i think he's doing the graphics for his stuff now. also, numéro 6 is also known as BARZOLFF, google him out.
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock. over 3 years ago
believe me but i desesperately wanted to know the sample of Bradock's "Peer Pressure", so in a really stupid move i actually emailed him (to the address on the Atavisme site) praising him and asking for the source of the sample.
of course there was no ... See full review
posted a comment on Pepe Bradock* - Imbroglios Part 4. over 5 years ago
Remember the weird ambient sounds at the end of "@ The Stanley" in Imbroglios Part 2?
Well, listen carefully to the middle section of "Cryptomnesias".
And check out the word too.

Amazing record. Really smart too.
posted a comment on Pepe Bradock* - Imbroglios Part 3. over 5 years ago
posted a comment on Numéro 6. over 5 years ago
This guy is a French graffiti artist. Check out this interview with Pépé Bradock http://vimeo.com/29838999
He even mentions a "Animation movie" being conceived at that time by Numéro Six, that's amazing! I wonder what happened.
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock - 5500 A/R - Un Pépé En Or Vol. 2. over 5 years ago
Hey. Are the records promoted in the artwork of this release real? I mean, they look legit to me. That alternative cover of "Burning" is sick!
posted a comment on Thievery Corporation - Encounter In Bahia. over 5 years ago
Wow, check this out. The artwork is inspired in a classic bossa nova record, the 1973' self-titled release by João Gilberto. Dope!
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock & The Grand Brûlé's Choir - Burning. over 5 years ago
I first listened to this gem for the artwork. Kinda spooky too.
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock - 4. over 5 years ago
I love the artwork. So fucking creepy.
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock - 6 Millions Pintades EP. over 5 years ago
Peer Pressure kicks all your house-lover asses.
posted a comment on Trankilou - Escalope De Dingue EP. over 5 years ago
Number 6 right there on the cover -capable of putting a gross image on good music. That's amazing!
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock. over 5 years ago
come on Atavisme.
posted a comment on DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid* - Riddim Warfare. over 5 years ago
"Quilombo Ex Optico" is a SUPERB sonic experiment. No joking. It's hard to mix electric guitar scratchs with Brazillian percussion.
Is really amazing.
posted a comment on I:Cube - M Megamix. over 5 years ago
"Transparent Sea Creatures" really does it for me. The first half of that track is really dreamy and so damn powerful. It's a shame that it's just 2 minutes long... See what i mean? "Le Rocher Aux Singes" is also an excellent piece, and it's also way too ... See full review
posted a review of Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets. over 5 years ago
A truly majestic transition period of Pink Floyd is shown in "A Saucerful of Secrets": from the psychedelic side from Syd Barrett to the rest of the band's experimental ages that come after. So, this release is no thing for those who want "Conventional" ... See full review
posted a comment on Fila Brazillia - A Touch Of Cloth. over 5 years ago
"XII" is exceptionally well done. But it can't stand up for it's own: no material from here can do it. This, "A Touch Of Cloth", is a whole suite so damn good that it must be one of Fila Brazillia's masterpieces. And they're were always good... but this, ... See full review
posted a review of Tito Puente's Golden Latin Jazz All Stars - Live At The Village Gate. over 5 years ago
Yeah, this concert brought us some of the best Latin-Jazz artists playing together: all joined by the Legenda, Mr. Tito Puente. Featuring, you know, Paquito De Rivera, Mongo Santamaría, Dave Valentín, Hilton Ruiz, Andy González, among others highly ... See full review
posted a comment on Fila Brazillia - Luck Be A Weirdo Tonight. over 5 years ago
I can't get those weird vocals in "Van Allens Belt", but that track is pure gold. Yeah, it really sounds like the same loop over and over again, but with some clever echoes and overdubs, it grows in intensity until the end: a explosion of slowed-down ... See full review
posted a comment on Fila Brazillia - Black Market Gardening. over 5 years ago
"Butter My Mask" got to be one of Fila Brazillia's finest efforts. It's so damn colourful, groovy and up-tempo that just fills your ears from beggining to end. Check it out.
posted a comment on Jason Urick - I Love You. over 6 years ago
Taking the Ambient to a hardest effort, Jason Urick's "I Love You" is an outstanding album. It's so great that it's hard to get it right the first time. Absolutely necessary for any serious listener of Ambient.
posted a review of Kruder & Dorfmeister - Conversions - A K&D Selection. over 6 years ago
Amazing mix right here. It's the perfect night lounge music. Although K&D does little re-working the songs (Their DJ Kicks does better in that), the selection is fine as hell, containing the romantic "Searching" by Dead Calm, good melodic DnB with "One ... See full review
posted a comment on A Reminiscent Drive - Mercy Street. over 6 years ago
I can say something about "New Jerusalem". It's really well done. The first keyboard impressions are the most great of the whole album. Then, it vanishes away and the rest of the track it's far more conventional. But, as a whole, it's excelent. Perfect ... See full review
posted a comment on I:Cube - Adore. over 6 years ago
I really must recomend to you guys the Masterpiece of I:Cube's music: "Adore", the first track. It's really perfect. It begins with some weird but cool synths filling the tape, and then, the main sample appears and it is repeated along the entire track, ... See full review
posted a review of Paul Desmond - From The Hot Afternoon. over 6 years ago
Paul Desmond, the great composer of Dave Brubeck's Quintet jazz classic "Take Ten", released this LP in the 60's, when almost every jazzman was experimenting with Brasillian Music -mainly Bossa-Nova- in order to release some comercial works to make big ... See full review
posted a comment on Gato Barbieri - Bolivia. over 6 years ago
Seriously, a track like "Ninos" (That i think it's supposed to be called "Niños" -"Kids" in spanish) is pure energy. Energetic solos by Barbieri and Mr. Lonnie Liston Smith (A potent musician here). It's just amazing. A nice example of what i like to ... See full review
posted a review of A Reminiscent Drive - Mercy Street. over 6 years ago
Mercy Street is easily one of the finest releases by Jay Alanski, AKA A Reminiscent Drive. He was capable to create excelent Ambient / Downtempo with (And that's a funny aspect) "No computer on This Record", according to the liner notes: and that's seems ... See full review
posted a review of Dave Valentin - Land Of The Third Eye. over 6 years ago
Constructed with the same formula than the debut album of Valentin (Legends), "Land Of The Third Eye" shows more of the good spiritual jazz fusion of Dave Valentin and his group, but in a funkier way. And not exactly as good as his debut, the album still ... See full review
posted a review of Portishead - Portishead. over 6 years ago
"Portishead" is almost a departure in sound of the Portishead that gave us Dummy a couple of years before. Constructed with samples created by themselves, with more gloomy lyrics, vocals and sound, and less Hip Hop influence than their previous works, ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Cam - Liquid Hip Hop. over 6 years ago
If you are experienced with the real Hip Hop -instrumental or not-, then you musn't get this. There is nothing new or cool (Or even good) in this stuff. When DJ Cam claims to love Hip Hop, i'm sure he does it; but this, himself trying to produce Hip Hop ... See full review
posted a review of Gato Barbieri - Bolivia. over 6 years ago
One of the best examples of Barbieri's great musical catalogue. Although some tracks sound the same than previous works and sometimes the musicians get lost badly (Trying to follow the sax), all worths it because of the soulful and energetic playing in ... See full review
posted a review of Dave Valentin - Legends. over 6 years ago
Magnificent and deeply Beautiful, this wonderful debut of Dave Valentine shows most of his talent with his flute, playing nice jazz fusion tunes: he plays so smoothly here that is hard to accept him as the powerful flute-man that he becomed later (Mainly ... See full review
posted a review of Gato Barbieri - Caliente!. over 6 years ago
Previous releases by Mr. Barbieri were excelent, released without too much commercial potential, but, anyway, they sold great -and they launched Barbieri into global fame.
But don't judge this so early. Sure, it was released on A&M and produced by Herb ... See full review
posted a review of Jean-Luc Ponty - Enigmatic Ocean. over 6 years ago
Great jazz fusion tunes here. Don't think twice about listening to this marvelous release. Jean Luc Ponty's step on Mahavishnu Orchestra surely left a big mark on him, but he was capable to mix that energetic jazz-rock style of the orchestra with his own ... See full review
posted a review of I:Cube - Adore. over 6 years ago
A superb record. I:Cube's music never sounded so good: from the divine title track, the funk of "La La La", the lounge of "Cash Conv.", the deep ambient of "Lak" and the house of "Deep Republic"; even the ridiculous and experimental moments are cool and ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid* - Riddim Warfare. over 6 years ago
Be careful when you dig into this record: Spooky's first Recording was a smooth one, a slow nightmare. And, think about it, it has a pleasant, if somewhat extrange and dark, mood.
This one instead is full of hardcore breaks, samples without too much ... See full review
posted a review of Herbie Hancock - Sextant. over 6 years ago
Just amazing! Its begins with twisted electronic dance-like music, then flows into a hard cosmic funk and then gets to the top with pure african dissonation. The best record from Mwandishi (And the last one, that's a shame). Hancock's avant-garde side.
posted a review of Focus (2) - Moving Waves. over 6 years ago
An excelent set of Prog-Rock in almost every style: the hard rock tunes and the melodic, sweet ballads. Mainly, this release has the famous "Hocus Pocus" that brings most of the Rock energy of the album: hard guitars in a speed rythm and the ocasional ... See full review
posted a review of Pat Metheny Group - Travels. over 6 years ago
A double album full with excelent live renditions of classics such as "Are You Going With Me", "Phase Dance", "San Lorenzo" and even the experimental recording from Metheny & Mays of "As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls". Most of the other material ... See full review
posted a review of Kool & The Gang - Light Of Worlds. over 6 years ago
Kool And The Gang is well knowed by their funk hits in the 70's. Well, most of the funk in "Light Of Words" fails to impress: cuts like "Fruitman" or "Rhyme Tyme People" sounds like some previous songs of the Band, to be honestly.
But then, comes the ... See full review
posted a review of Madlib - Shades Of Blue. over 6 years ago
An excellent set of Hip Hop reworks of old, good Jazz from Blue Note Records. It sometimes contains some full jazz covers (The most clear example would be "Footprints") to fully Hip Hop remixes ("Please Set Me At Ease", Distand Land"); but it all comes ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Shadow - The Less You Know, The Better. over 6 years ago
Not as much as we can expect from the so talented DJ. The album itself contains even more of the musical influences that Shadow fuses in his music, but with less smartness and congruence in many cases ("Tedium", "Going Nowhere" and "Give Me Back The ... See full review
posted a comment on Röyksopp - Melody A.M.. over 6 years ago
I've searched many years for an specific song that i've heared on the radio, and it haunted me. It was "Eple". Yes, it was Eple! The rest of the album is also very good. Recomended.
posted a review of The Soft Machine* - Volume Two. over 6 years ago
From the jazzy and melodic first Suite of this marvelous release to the more complex side two, the second studio Album from the Soft Machine is nothing but pure imagination. With only four credited musicians, the group was capable to create a colourful ... See full review
posted a review of I:Cube - M Megamix. over 6 years ago
This whole album ranks from bad to good very quickly.
Yes: it is a "Megamix" (24 tracks, a lot to listen up), but there are amazing sounds in some sections ("Transparent Sea Creatures", "In Alpha", "Le Rocher Aux Singes", "Lucifer En Discotheque") and ... See full review
posted a comment on Nikakoi - Requiem For Deranged Robot. over 7 years ago
Another curiosity from here: The Track "Disarrange" is the same than the track "Au Lait" of the Pat Metheny Group, from their 1983 album "Offramp". Check it out: put in some audio editor the Au Lait track and also put above the track Disarrangem, but in ... See full review
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posted a review of Nikakoi - Sestrichka. over 7 years ago
Sestrichka (English: "Little Sister")is Nika Machaidze first studio album under the Nikakoi nickname. But, before this album was released, he won a condecoration in the Electronic Music Festival in 1999, in Paris, France. From this point (Or before) he ... See full review
posted a review of Pat Metheny - Zero Tolerance For Silence. over 7 years ago
Listening to this album may cause only two kind of reactions: The guys that will say "It's pure garbage" and the guys that will say "Metheny is a f*cking master" (But I know that the second choice will be the less chosen). Pat Metheny, one of the good ... See full review
posted a review of A Reminiscent Drive - Ambrosia. over 7 years ago
"Here we are. I like to, uh, introduce a perfect example for what the world is coming to". A Reminiscent Drive just released two Studio Albums, both deeply charged with emotions and feelings in every track. But while the first album, "Mercy Street", ... See full review