Album Review

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Peter Cat Recording Co. – Bismillah

Upon first listen, Peter Cat Recording Co.'s brand new album, 'Bismillah' feels tremendously free flowing and almost liberating. But its underlying sounds might have some other radical ideas in store for th...
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Above & Beyond – Common Ground [Album Review]

Above & Beyond have spent almost two decades within the electronic music industry now. Having tried to make the world a better place with their music, A&B’s globally loved discography has not only u...
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[Album Review] Bonobo – Migration

When Simon Green first set foot into the scene, he was considered nothing more than a contemporary of legendary artists like Four Tet, Caribou and Jon Hopkins, as he spun sets of trip-hop, gaining a followi...
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[Album Review] Flume – Skin

Nearly four years after the self-titled debut of Flume's mind-bending full length LP, the top Australian export finally marks his sophomore return with ‘Skin’. With 11 collaborators spanning over 16 tracks,...
Steve Angello - Wild Youth [Album Review]

Steve Angello – Wild Youth [Album Review]

Greek philosopher Epitectus once said "No great thing is suddenly created. It takes a long while, but once created, it's worth the time, sweat and patience." The same holds for Steve Angello's debut albu...
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[Album Review] Hardwell – United We Are

United We Are has caused quite a buzz in the EDM world. Being Hardwell's debut album, the release of it was bound to become one of the major highlights of this month. Having collaborated with a diversity of...