This album is intensely both weird and cool.
Shelflife have gathered bands from all around the world to create a soundtrack for sunny days with the occasional rain shower.
It’s good for trance fans, but dance and electronica buffs may be less interested than if this was a truly great record.
Keoki’s sophomore album takes the best from the early ’90s rave scene and mixes it up with modern house layers.
At the moment, it’s the most fascinating thing I’ve listened to in a long time.
An abrasive, tuneful pop-punk-rock collision that works because of the band’s talent and ability.
LN’s latest contains the patented VBM brand of breathy, melancholy love songs.
Mogwai change up their sound a bit with more emphasis on vocals, to excellent results.
It’s this dichotomy between the worldliness and the spirituality in their songs that makes Lift To Experience’s music so interesting to me.