No Geography is unfortunately another late-career mixed bag from the electronic music duo.
A defining moment for electronic music across the board, Burial's sophomore album evokes a state of continuous bliss under grey skies.
Russian dance music outfit Little Big continue to drop supremely weird, provocative rave music.
Singularity successfully reaches for the stars for a good part of its runtime.
On “My Life,” Kevin Parker completely abandons Tame Impala’s revivalist, psychedelic rock roots in favor of the sound of his collaborator, EDM producer ZHU.
Other than his distinctive voice, it’s difficult to hear any clear influence from Parker over the track. The song is slow, smooth and spacey. There’s not much to it other than slick production and a steady danceable beat.
It is not clear if the track is a precursor to upcoming work from either artist. ZHU’s last full-length album was 2016’s Generationwhy and Tame Impala’s was 2015’s Currents.
Nicolas Jaar's full-length debut as Against All Logic is one of the funkiest, most entrancing, and most cutting-edge collections of house music ever produced.
CLASSICS WEEK 2018 kicks off with seminal French House duo Daft Punk's sophomore album, Discovery.
The electronic music tastemakers from the Feel My Bicep blog come through with some solid house music of their own on this self-titled debut album.