Posts Tagged: electronic

Album of the Week: Sampha’s Process

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After collaborating with the likes of Beyoncè, SBTRKT, Jessie Ware, Drake, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, and Solange, 28-year-old British singer, songwriter and producer Sampha has finally released his first solo album, Process, via Young Turks. A significant and evocative title, anticipating the changes happening as listeners work through the LP’s forty minutes: the personal growth Sampha undergoes in taking his […]

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This Week in Posivibes: WWINGS

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The Russian trio’s self-proclaimed “disturbing and depressive” apocalyptic electronic music has hit an incredible, eerie place with PHOENIXXX, one of their seven (!) releases from 2016. Members Lit Daw, Lit Eyne, and Lit Internet met via the web, beginning their collaboration over an encrypted messaging service to evade the censorship of the post-Soviet russian landscape that […]

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This Week in Posivibes: Cluster Reissue

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The formative krautrock band created by Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius (which at times included Brian Eno) has received the full reissue treatment: a box set including all eight of Cluster’s studio albums recorded from 1971–1981, plus a previously unreleased album featuring two of the band’s live performances. Of the dynamic between Roedelius and Moebius, Pitchfork says, “theirs showed […]

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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Collab

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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge played a show with Cold Cave and Black Rain last night in Brooklyn at The Wick, where the three released Rebellion is Over, a three-song tape. The collaborative cassette is out in a limited 100 copies from The Heartworm Press, which is run by Cold Cave’s Wesley Eisold. Listen to the tape’s song “Comprehension” after […]

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Song of the Day: “‘Cause I’m a Man”

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The diversely talented Perth, Australia-based recording artist Kevin Parker is known more widely by his stage name, Tame Impala. Often described as a psychedelic musician for the 21st century, Parker forges albums with traces of electronic and lo-fi, as well as influences from heavyweights like My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips. “‘Cause I’m A Man,” from Tame […]

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