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By Aaron Cobb · 31 July 2012
On "Glory," Iggy Azalea, who already made a name for herself, explores more of her brash flow, but doesn't create a cohesive release.
By Aaron Cobb · 05 June 2012
Synth-pop underdogs Metric return with a streaming sample of their fifth album, "Synthetica".
Check out the new video for Danny Brown's "Grown Up", featuring his badass little self when he was a kid.
By Aaron Cobb · 17 May 2012
Niki & The Dove's debut album "Instinct" makes for a wonderful collection of gothy disco glitter dance music. The aesthetic packaging may be somewhat familiar, but the songs are varied and, crucially, just so danceable.
By Aaron Cobb · 12 April 2012
"Vava Voom", Bassnectar's ninth LP since 2001, continues to explore the same sounds with a familiarity that is quickly becoming predictable.
By Aaron Cobb · 01 April 2012
After months of lyric teases and weeks of ten second previews, Canadian pop moppet Justin Bieber finally blesses the world with his new single, Boyfriend.
By Aaron Cobb · 29 March 2012
Chris Clark's musical style is a full, distinct kind of IDM, with traditional instrumentation mixing with the most accessible and beautiful ambient soundscapes this side of Boards of Canada. "Iradelphic" presents an occasionally slow exploration of this vast, yet refined aesthetic, and makes for one of Clark's most interesting albums to date.
The guy who made Postal Service half great finally puts out new music that isn't old music!
By Aaron Cobb · 26 March 2012
There are a few heartfelt pleas for love and loss, per pop music rules, but MDNA doesn't let up the dancefloor reign; the Queen can stay for an era or two more.
By Aaron Cobb · 23 March 2012
"Grown Up" is Danny Brown waxing nostalgic about his youth, about the folly of youth and immaturity, and conversely about the upside (and shock) of fame and money.
By Aaron Cobb · 21 March 2012
Very aware, these Odd Future guys. Tyler has spent his life absorbing the hip-hop around him, only to throw the lessons there out to learn his way through what he wanted to learn, and “OF Tape Vol. 2″ is a fantastic representation of the label he wants Odd Future Records to be.
By Aaron Cobb · 12 March 2012
Milo can just about get away with calling himself "your favorite spoken word deacon" on this solemn-yet-accessible EP.
By Aaron Cobb · 09 March 2012
Venetian Snares brings back that A.D.D. mix of glitch, chiptune, breakcore, and whole bunch of other similar-but-not-quite-the-same genres on this intense EP.
By Aaron Cobb · 07 March 2012
Ramona Gonzalez recorded her first releases on her husband's 8-track tapes, and her releases as Nite Jewel reflect her enduring lo-fi mentality. This sonic nostalgia works wonders for Gonzalez, though on "One Second Of Love" it can sometimes make her sound like a lazy rip-off of her inspirations.
By Aaron Cobb · 06 March 2012
Monolake's underlying, driving beats aren't creative enough to support the long, dull ambient sections on "Ghosts", an incohesive album that mostly frustrates after a stellar opening.