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submitted Various - Rio Samba. 8 months ago
submitted Amanda Gardier - Empathy. about 1 year ago
submitted Ryan Keberle, Catharsis (25) - Into The Zone. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Brian Gibson - Thumper. over 2 years ago
I usually like to review records for their musical content--not their pressing quality--but I have to say that, despite some very nice Thrill Jockey albums that I own of Tortoise and Fiery Furnaces, this record sounds like crap. Right out of the sleeve, ... See full review
submitted The Bogmen - Lookin' For Heaven In The Barrio (33 1/3). over 8 years ago
posted a comment on Cornelius - Sensuous. over 10 years ago
  temi: No, you probably are talking about something else. I have the official EverLoving copy too, with no extra tracks. The packaging is 1st rate, but those gaps are pretty annoying. I had to go through each file and crop out the silence to hear it as ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Food - A Recipe For Disaster. over 10 years ago
Just wanted to say that DJ Food are multiple people. At least that's what it says in the liner notes to the Kaleidoscope release.
posted a review of Squarepusher - Music Is Rotted One Note. over 11 years ago
This happened to be my first foray into the world of Squarepusher... Odd introduction since it is not representative of what he is known for. I’d read an article back in ’99 in a local newspaper about a new “folk” drum & bass album with Miles Davis ... See full review
posted a review of Theo Parrish - Extended Boundaries. over 11 years ago
First of all, this is the first Theo Parrish mix I have heard, so unfortunately I cannot compare it to other sets he has done.

Overall, it is quite a weird mix of tracks; not your traditional house mix. If you've read any interviews of Theo Parrish, ... See full review
posted a review of múm - Finally We Are No One. over 11 years ago
This album is filled with some magical melodies, but for some reason it has never been able to keep my interest for more than two or three songs. Maybe that's because of the lulling nature of the music: long quiet sections in songs, the half-whispering ... See full review