All posts in Record

Review: Adam Golebiewski – Pool North

Sentiments of violence and frustration dominate this selection of seven solo percussive improvisations

Review: Ersatz – Hints Of…

Transient traces of guitar, electronics, violin and piano, destined to perish or depart.

Review: Reloc – Batch 0002

A digital depiction of the thumping, whirring limbo of subterranean public transport in Berlin.

Review: Ed Sanders – Yiddish Speaking Socialists Of The Lower East Side

Historical account and poetic immersion for voice and self-made instrument. Originally released in 1991 by Hyperaction P.C.C., revived by Okraina Records.

Review: Rotorvator – Reliquies

Black metal captivity and industrial overload, in a single-sided 12″ on Sincope.

Review: Brave Timbers – Hope

Profound spatial empathy and invisible audiences, in a series of gentle interactions between guitar, piano and strings.

Review: JD Mason – Opalescent

Inward intimacy and dank space, in an album for fingerplucked guitars and peripheral chaos.

Review: Marcus Hamblett – Concrete

A strange mixture of meticulous orchestration and soft, spontaneous guitar work.

Review: Temple Maps – DEC15MBER 1: Cryogenic

Pixelated hip-hop nightmares and ambient panoramas crammed into boxes. Part of a five-chapter series of experimental music from Portland.

Review: Aluk Todolo – Voix

Restless krautrock momentum gains murderous self-awareness.