Music News 360° – April 2018 PlaylistMen I Trust – Show Me HowPressed And – Pat PatYaeji – raingurlEntek – RobberyDaphni – Cos-Ber-Zam Ne NoyaBlaze Foley – If I Could FlyIt is rain in my face. – Restless DieselJohn Craigie – Presidential Silver Lining (Live)Lonesome Shack – WrecksThompson Springs –Read More →

Adrian Shala and Adrian Schweizer, the Swiss duo recording and performing as Adriatique, sign the third Afterlife release of 2018, ‘Ray’. The two-track single follows their remix of Tale Of Us & Vaal’s ‘Monument’ in 2017, and marks the beginning of Adriatique’s own journey with Afterlife Recordings. We first heardRead More →

Review from www.inyourspeakers.com . Released in late April on Mind Of A Genius, ZHU’s Nightday EP is a creative, well crafted electronic dance record. ZHU’s skills for sample selection and combination come through clearly across the record and across the record’s genres. ZHU plays around with tropical house sounds, deep house, andRead More →

Review from www.pitchfork.com . No one ever wants to admit that summer’s totally over, but it’s even tougher this year considering how fun it all was– seems like every other day, an evocatively named band would come about and contribute to this glo-fi/dreambeat/chillwave thing that was perfect for those unbearablyRead More →

Love What Survives by Mount Kimbie Review from www.avclub.com . Back when genres still mattered, Mount Kimbie—a duo hailing from England, where genre names flourish like bizarre slang for snacks—took pains to distance itself from the “post-dubstep” tag it had been saddled with. “Post-dubstep is kind of a shitty name,”Read More →

Hanging Gardens by Classixx Review from blog.kexp.org . In the summer of 2009, if you had only one dance tune to soundtrack your adventures to day and night, you could do a lot worse than Classixx tune “I’ll Get You”. With a gloriously upbeat vibe and Jeppe Laursen of Junior Senior on the joyfulRead More →

There Is Love In You by Four Tet Review from www.pitchfork.com . Kieran Hebden first came on the scene in the 1990s as a member of Fridge, a post-rock outfit that to me always looked better on paper than they sounded on record. Whatever you think of his first band,Read More →