Maribou State – Feel Good (feat. Khruangbin)

The duo from Maribou State is back with a new single entitled ‘Feel Good’ from the forthcoming album Kingdoms In Colour. Here’s an excerpt from the track’s review from Pop Bollocks: There’s a sense of darkness that shimmers around the edges of melodic phrases. “Feel Good” arrives more as a note from a well-wisher, addressing […]

Tyler, the Creator ‘A throwaway song’ on “Okra”

A few weeks late to this but… Just ran across the new [easyazon_link identifier=”B073KPT9P6″ locale=”US” tag=”wells01-20″]Tyler, the Creator[/easyazon_link] track in Benji B’s radio show. Apparently, the new tune “OKRA” is a ‘throwaway song’ per the video’s YouTube page. Yet, it’s one of the best tracks I’ve heard this year. And the music video is equally delicious […]

MF DOOM x Madlib: Speaking through music

Happy 14th Birthday to 'Madvilliany' DOOM letting us know how it's done:1. Have @Madlib in the bomb shelter.2. Stop to burn one. 3. Knock it out. pic.twitter.com/IrhuEHNCIc — Ninja Tune (@ninjatune) March 23, 2018 MF DOOM recaps his experience with producer Madlib when they recorded the epic [easyazon_link identifier=”B0788FT3QV” locale=”US” tag=”wells01-20″]Madvillainy[/easyazon_link] album 14 years ago. […]

My favorite tracks from 2017

“The music you travel with helps you to create your own internal weather.” — Teju Cole Never to be missed, below are my favorite tunes from 2017. Apologies for the delay. Best of 2017 🎶 Track Listing 1. Mount Kimbie — Blue Train Lines featuring King Krule 2. Portico Quartet — A Luminous Beam Art in […]

Christoph de Babalon – Could We Be?

The greatest DJ of all time John Peel played his music before ‘breakcore’ existed as a recognized genre. Thom Yorke of Radiohead once called his music ‘menacing.’ He opened for Radiohead in 2001. Christoph de Babalon AKA Jan-Christoph Wolter is an electronic music producer from Hamburg, Germany. His discography is exhaustive, but he hasn’t always […]

Shugo Tokumaru – Bricolage Music

    Shugo Tokumaru is a Japanese singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He’s basically a one-man show. But you don’t need to understand his native Japanese to dig his euphoric melodies, such as the jubilant track ‘Bricolage Music’ which pops and claps in a fidgety rhythm before breaking open to a balearic jam at the two-minute […]