Revel in Synths on Tupper Werewolf’s Flavour Country

It has been almost exactly a year since Tupper Werewolf released an EP packed to the brim with intrigue. The Glaswegian artist also known as Gordon Barr is comfortable in great halls of synthesizers, each one seemingly more festive than the last. There is color everywhere, and not only in a figurative sense; browsing all of his discography on Bandcamp, each piece of art incorporates … Continue reading Revel in Synths on Tupper Werewolf’s Flavour Country

The Space Wanderer and TTilawok align perfectly as Rymdeko

There are still many things to celebrate despite time feeling like it’s come to a halt. For instance, Postseason Franchise Records has just issued its very first vinyl release; the pressing is the debut EP from the new project of label founders Nicholas Comaratta and TJ Perrin (aka The Space Wanderer and TTilawok, respectively). They named the project and the EP Rymdeko, which translates to … Continue reading The Space Wanderer and TTilawok align perfectly as Rymdeko

I’ve been dragging my feet in sharing the latest release from Bels Lontano, but let me tell you, it is well worth the anticipation. “Citadel” is a particularly glitchy number, with enough crashes and pointed melodies to lose perspective. The rest of the EP fills in the gaps, with more fluid action on “Florid Entanglements” and decidedly the opposite on “Tumbleweed,” with no love lost between them. Listen … Continue reading

Best Albums of 2018, part 3

#11-30, listed alphabetically Mazut  – Atlas SnG features | buy album | Facebook | Bandcamp Atlas by Mazut Middle Kids – Lost Friends SnG features | buy album | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Lost Friends by Middle Kids noname – Room 25 buy album | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Phantastic Ferniture – … Continue reading Best Albums of 2018, part 3

If I had heard this song when I was writing my dissertation on graffiti in high school, I probably would have cited it as a source. The audio clip mixed into the song describes the deliberate exclusivity of their written language, giving them a sense of community despite remaining relatively anonymous as artists. “It’s for us,” the writer states.  Source: SoundCloud / Xio (Wax Ninja / … Continue reading

IOTAPHI, aka the duo of Ilia Darlin and Francesco IX, wants us to see past superficialities and fall in love with the soul. Which is one reason why they chose to cast only people with Down syndrome in their video for “Kids of Chaos.” Looking dapper in their suits, everyone dances along with the song’s dark electronica grooves.  Continue reading