Throughout, the album, you get the feeling that things might fall apart at any moment, but they never do, keeping the listener tight inside its intricate web of lies. Or truths, who knows.
Overall, There’s Much Left to Explore brings back some successful concepts in electronic music with a definite individual angle, and it is so refreshing to hear them again.
A surreal debut that Anna Heflin has unleashed.
It seems that Busty and the Bass are on an imaginative streak, and all the ET versions presented on this EP deserve full attention.
G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END! is without doubt Godspeed’s best work since Allelujah!, and is one of their best albums.
Head of Roses is a very personal album that practically any listener can both comprehend and enjoy.
Essentially, this is the same Kip Berman his fans know him from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, but one who can adapt different musical concepts with ease.
He(Diab) is able to easily overcome one of the key hurdles in a drone – giving the music a natural flow and pace that will engage the listener throughout the presented musical experience.
For those intent of exploring music free of form or boundaries then Mythic Sunship are the band for you.
And yes, the album has that clouds shifting round at different speed levels feel that is both fascinating and exhilarating at the same time.
Intense, fiery, brutal, and with amazing professionals… Anomalia is the perfect dish to sink in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Yes, Miscellany is certainly thinking-persons music, but one that, while it engages the listener falls so easy, even on the most jaded ears.
A classier and more mature release than you would expect from only a band’s second release…and it still rocks. Of course it does, it’s on New Heavy Sounds!
It is definitely refreshing to hear an album so full of the positive vibes and positive thoughts that this record has.
Tethers boasts one of the best qualities in albums. The more it plays, the more some musical layers hidden in the grooves come to light.