Electronic

  • RJD2 – More Is Than Isn’t [Album Review]

    By Cyrus on December 5, 2013
    “It’s in my nature to disregard genre” – RJD2 In our interview with RJD2 I realized something: it takes more than skill to break out of this pervasive mentality.  With the conflaguration of genres nowadays, it’s become a constant need for artists to label themselves.  “I make deep house” or “I make trap beats” have replaced the original thought of […]
  • jdv plus – 重量 (weight) (Album Review)

    By Dillon Riley on November 5, 2013
    Jaime de Venecia, a 21-year-old music major at Connecticut’s Wesleyan University crafts a dreamy, downtempo blend of r&b and ambient sound he dubs “feelings +” under the guise jdv plus. A Wes transplant originally from the Philippines, Venecia adds plenty of Filipino imagery to his work. His debut LP, 重量 (weight), is an entrancing take on the sort of ghostly […]
  • Light Echo – Wallflower Voices

    By Phil on October 29, 2013
      I love watching you, I love watching you… Light Echo might be one of the more appropriately named artists in SF right now. His productions are soft, smooth, and evoke that same feeling you get when the early morning sun pokes through the trees and breaks the fog and haze, but through sound. One of my absolute favorite things […]
  • Ryan Hemsworth – Guilt Trips [Album Review]

    By Adam on October 25, 2013
    This past Tuesday, Ryan Hemsworth provided the world with one of the most beautifully engineered musical masterpieces of 2013. His debut album ‘Guilt Trips’ creates endless amounts of different, bittersweet emotions from the opening track Small + Lost (Feat. Sinead Harnett), to the finale Day/Night/Sleep System (Feat. Haleek Maul & Kitty). It’s the type of record you lock yourself in […]
  • DeltaFoxx– Can’t Stop Loving You, Yeah! [Video Review]

    By Iain on October 23, 2013
    The first ever music video from Brazilian electronic duo DeltaFoxx plays like a take on the fast-paced mayhem of modern love. With ‘Can’t Stop Loving You, Yeah’ the two have embraced a newer, disco-like sound with extra synth gravy and pumped dance beats. “We were looking to get more funky, more cheerful. Our main goal is to make people dance […]