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posted a comment on Various - bblisss. 5 months ago
Surely that must be wrong?! I buy from Boomkat all the time and they don't usually charge me that much to ship to AR, USA
submitted Analog Tara - Fundamentals EP. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Thievery Corporation - The Temple Of I & I. over 2 years ago
the vinyl pressing sounds great. clean with deep bass.
posted a comment on Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement - Green Graves. over 2 years ago
agreed. funny thing is, the labels never benefit from the high second hand prices. my guess is that they only press a few because they want to make sure they sell them all and aren't stuck with a stack of records no one wants. what's also odd is that ... See full review
added Raime - Quarter Turns Over A Living Line to their collection. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Arovane & Hior Chronik - In​-​between (Remixes EP). over 3 years ago
My vinyl has a different track order. The bvdub and porya hatami tracks are switched, so side B has bvdub, then Markus Geuntner. Side A is AMX, then porya hatami, then Rafael Irisarri. Is this the case for anyone else?
posted a comment on Cepia - Natura Morta. over 9 years ago
I've been itching to get my hands on a Cepia album since I heard his tracks on Ghostly's SMM Vol 2 and Idol Tryouts, and here it is. What I found upon listening was amazing and beautiful and everything i loved about IDM at the turn of the century. The ... See full review
posted a comment on Karsten Pflum - Tracks. over 9 years ago
It's interesting how time has a way of distilling genius. I bought this lovely album years ago, in the bargain bin a year after it had come out. Upon first listen i classified it as 'average' electronica and stuck it with the rest of the worm stuff... ... See full review
posted a review of Panjabi MC - Beware. over 10 years ago
What we have here, excepting the Jay-Z remix, is a straight up, modern bhangra album. Google it and find out more! It is basically a folk music style from India and Pakistan that has strongly embraced modern production techniques, as evidenced on this ... See full review
posted a review of Neutral - Motion Of. over 11 years ago
This one has been a slow burner for me. I bought it over 2 years ago (!). Who knows why i kept it, but here I sit, enthralled with it and amazed I'd never heard it this way before. The vocals on some of the tracks were what irked me on the first ... See full review
posted a review of The Marcia Blaine School For Girls* - The Marcia Blaine School For Girls EP. over 11 years ago
Holy schnitzle. This thing rocks! Completely deep, epically haunting, these tracks will just pick you up and rip you open. Nothing to do but surrender and cry at the sheer majesty they conjure.
DeeDee's.. takes us on a slightly aquatic dub trip ... See full review
posted a review of Barbara Morgenstern And Robert Lippok - Seasons EP. over 11 years ago
A hidden little gem, this is! All the things great electronica is: warm, mildly gritty, a touch abstract, impeccable melody.. wow! Every track just oozes intimacy and a sense of adventure and optmism. I want these tracks to follow me around all day ... See full review
posted a review of Global Goon - Cradle Of History. over 12 years ago
Pure brilliance, this is! Classic Rephlex brain dance of a somewhat comic leaning, but retaining enough dignity to flat out rock, this is Global Goon at his finest. Most tracks are bouncy and fat, with great little melodies weaving in and out, and the ... See full review
posted a review of Sinebag - Milchwolken In Teein. over 12 years ago
This is one of those records you just can't help buying. The sleeve is a lush, vibrant orange, with a strip of balsa wood glued across the bottom. I just couldn't say no.. and, upon listening, the sounds are just as unexpected and interesting as the ... See full review
posted a review of Chris De Luca - Unknown EP. over 13 years ago
I have a feeling that I've been playing this at the wrong speed, but it is so right at 33... The beats are just glacial, and the pads are nearly suspended, barely sliding forth. Wide open spaces, vast mountainous regions, these tracks lead to the most ... See full review
posted a review of The Remote Viewer - Let Your Heart Draw A Line. over 13 years ago
Well, how good is this little gem? A little bit of folk, some pop, intimate electronic programming... This album is resistant to pigeon-holing, and is all the better for it, with delicate vocals, crunchy beats, guitar, and synths found in almost every ... See full review
posted a review of Aspen - Music From Passing Cars. over 14 years ago
this album is sick, truly sick! it has so much space, an incredible sense of melody and a leisurely flow to it. most of the tracks are amazing on their own, but this is really a synergetic album, best listened to from start to finish, where the whole ... See full review
posted a review of Harald Sack Ziegler & E*Rock - Mind As Master. over 15 years ago
What the hell!!?? This is an insane little disc, with loads of samples taken from kung-fu movies and some of the wonkiest melodies ever to hit these eardrums. But it is good, damn good. Mr. Rock and Mr. Ziegler pull it all together nicely, balancing ... See full review
posted a review of Freescha - Kids Fill The Floor. over 15 years ago
amazingly simple, stunningly beautiful, and super well programmed, this is one of the sickest albums around. every track just hits you where it hurts, not a single piece of filler to be found. highly recommended...
posted a review of Disjecta - Clean Pit And Lid. over 15 years ago
this album is an incredible work of beautiful, dark ambient. each track hovers on the edge of becoming brutal, but possesses an enormous amout of restraint, filling the listener with a focused explosion of bliss. basically, every track rips your heart ... See full review
posted a review of Robert Lippok - Open Close Open. over 15 years ago
One of the most beautifully sublime and organic pieces of electronic music i've come across. Immensley pastorl and open, 'Open close open' is one of those deceptively simple pieces of music that gives you enough space to never stop finding something new.