Electronic

  • Bear In Heaven @ The Sinclair [Show Review]

    By Dillon Riley on August 26, 2014
    By this point in their careers, the sounds that Brooklyn synth-pop trio Bear In Heaven kick around feel like an old friend. At the onset, the group proved an outlier in the electronic set, taking their initial cues not from disco or other dancefloor-bred genres like some of their contemporaries, but rather finding solace in outré styles like prog and […]
  • Bear In Heaven @ The Sinclair [Show Preview]

    By Dillon Riley on August 19, 2014
    Brooklyn-based electro-pop troupe Bear In Heaven are set to have a very productive final quarter in 2014. Fresh off the release of their highly-anticipated fourth record Time Is Over One Day Old, the three-piece is set to hit the road with fellow Brooklynites Young Magic on a tour that will bring them across the country, and most importantly to readers […]
  • Morning Birds – Summer Bloom (Optix Night Breeze Remix) [Exclusive Premiere]

    By Cyrus on July 30, 2014
    It’s about time for another premiere! Remember last week’s Morning Birds release?  Well, today we’ve got the summer rendition by OptiX who takes this contemplative song to new exciting heights!  After you fly in on the musical wings of OptiX’s aeronautic intro, the remix gets backed by a funky trance beat that shifts between a 4/4 kick and shuffling hihats.  High-edged snares […]
  • The Morning Birds – BLOOM [Album Review]

    By Cyrus on July 23, 2014
    I always tend to find something special about collaborative albums.  Musical minds coalescing with one another, exploration of sonic ideas coming from multiple dimensions of personalities.  It’s a beautiful thing that reminds me of the true meaning of music – transmitting a message or an emotion from one source to the next.  It’s a method of communication where sensory emotional […]
  • 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 […]