With a vast and powerful sound, here we experience U2 without the excruciating self-indulgence that turns listeners away from their more recent works.
Bite-sized servings of vintage Bowie glam-rock combine with brooding instrumental soundscapes to make Low a truly special album.
From the vinyl flip to the neverending streaming, unique expressions await those willing to immerse themselves in the media formats of their time
Under the Midas wing of Brian Eno, Talking Heads juggle African genres with Western experimentation and innovative digital play.
Music for Airports comprises of calming tones that induce sedation and tranquillity. Listeners are invited to float among soft, fluffy ambient clouds.
Murphy's not merely indulging his influences or recreating the past here. He delves into the past to forge a new, heady, indelible blend of electronica and rock.
The video game industry sucks. Luckily, its music doesn't. 2017 produced some terrific game soundtracks, and here lies my pick of the bunch.
This is a compact, highly rewarding record; 30 minutes of mesmerising electronica that is both pleasingly disorientating and emotionally stirring.
Dylan Seeger is a musician and designer living in New York, as is tradition. We talk Claye, the pressures of recording solo, and (sound) circumcision.
The album is constantly evolving. The rare moments of tranquility take your breath away; they feel important and momentous due to the vast textural contrast.