– Thump/Vice declared Elysia Crampton “Performer of the Year” and also ranked Demon City as 2016’s “#5 Best Electronic Album.” The praise doesn’t stop there, as Crampton also made the year end lists of Pitchfork, Ad Hoc, Rolling Stone, The Fader, The Wire, Dazed, Tiny Mix Tapes and lots more.
– NPR declares Sinkane’s Life & Livin‘ It as some of “2017’s best music.” The new album is out February 10th on City Slang.
The Wall Street Journal gave an early review to Bonobo’s Migration, stating that the album is “a tranquil, contemplative recording that projects a feeling of misty melancholy.”
– Rolling Stone placed two NNA Tapes releases on its “20 Best Avant Albums of 2016” list with Fox/Super Duo’s Magenta Line and Battle Trance’s Blade of Love!
– Pitchfork gave Brian Eno’s Reflection a 7.7, stating that the new release “feels the most pensive of his ambient works, flowing across 54 unbroken minutes. ”
– Go on a vinyl hunt with Floating Points in Amoeba Music’s latest “What’s In My Bag”
– Listen to “It’s Easy (Like Walking)”, The Sadies new single featuring Kurt Vile at Spin. The band’s new album, Northern Passages is out February 10th on Yep Roc Records.
– David Fricke shares his thoughts on Terry Dolan’s lost, self-titled album for Rolling Stone, calling it “a perfect window into the family-circle quality of Bay Area psychedelia in the early Seventies.”