Daft Punk is about to own the Summer with their new album “Random Access Memories”. Keep reading for our review of their 2006 music video for “Prime Time Of Your Life”.
Daft Punk return with their first record in eight years, ditching their computers for a live band to create a towering, history traversing achievement.
Fire! Orchestra is a recklessly experimental big band outfit that’s come into the spotlight very suddenly in the independent music community. Their free jazz approach is quite unique in the way they’ve created these long swirling tracks that flurry endlessly into oblivion.
Kriss Kross was a rap duo made up of two 13 year olds – Chris Kelly & Chris Smith.
Keep reading for our review of Kriss Kross’ “Warm It Up”.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra is one of those bands that are jumping on the trend of creating a retro-rock feel in their psychedelic tunes. They can be compared to Foxygen in terms of what they are shooting for. They are calling back to the golden age of rock music by the way they produce and write their lo-fi songs.
Blockheads are one of those grindcore bands that have always kind of remained under the radar. In fact this may be the first time you’ve heard of this band. Keep reading for our review.
Grimes is the stage name for a Canadian gal named Claire Boucher. Keep reading for our review of Grimes’ “Genesis”.
Grouper tries to go back to her “Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill” days but doesn’t quite manage to replicate the magic of that release.
Tyler, The Creator once more attempts to create an Odd Future project with variety and coherence, this time using introspective moments.