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  1. champignon

    Legend, “Midnight Champion”

    October 18, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The long-awaited sophomore album from Iceland’s Legend shifts the band into an electronic rock milieu.


  2. whiteqube

    Whiteqube, “The Return”

    October 11, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Mutant electro act Whiteqube return with new music in the form of their first ever LP.


  3. tech noir

    Cyanotic, “Tech Noir”

    October 4, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Cyanotic’s fourth LP drapes an old school sound in new school programming and production.


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    Slighter, “Erode”

    September 26, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The 5th Slighter LP uses extensive sound design and deep grooves to draw the listner into it’s new school machine rock.


  5. Sally Dige

    Sally Dige, “Holding On”

    September 20, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The sophomore album from the Danish-Canadian producer/performer is exacting, precise and musical.


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    FIRES, “Red Goes Grey”

    September 12, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (3)

    Eric Sochocki’s debut as FIRES uses synthwave production as a delivery mechanism for big hooks and highly emotional vocals.


  7. schwefel

    Schwefelgelb, “Den Umgekehrten Atem”

    August 30, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The new EP from the techno-EBM duo tweaks their sound for maximum impact.


  8. android

    Android Lust, “Berlin // Crater V2″

    August 22, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Android Lust’s new LP has songs, production and personality worthy of the project’s cult status.


  9. volt9k

    Volt 9000, “Deformer”

    August 11, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Cory Gorksi channels Volt 9000′s off-kilter energy into a new and vital form on their new LP.


  10. SOL

    Seeming, “SOL: A Self-Banishment Ritual”

    August 4, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (5)

    The sophomore album from Alex Reed’s Seeming is a vast forested continent of sounds and ideas.