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The Parov Stelar tour movie

The Parov Stelar tour movie

I know Parov Stelar doesn’t really “fit the profile” or whatever, but his/their music is different and great, and I just know many fans of trippy electronica swing that way (pun intended) when they want something upbeat. And fuck “profiles” anyway! This tour documentary looks really fun, and it’s free from Parov Stelar website.
Botany Bay: "We really have nothing to lose"

Botany Bay: “We really have nothing to lose”

What is a friend? To me it is someone who will stay with you no matter what you’re going through, who will share your happiness when you’re successful and will go through tough times with you, shoulder to shoulder. I have met many musicians since I’ve started this blog, but not a lot of them...
Poldoore - Lush Life EP

Poldoore – Lush Life EP

In case you haven’t noticed (we sure have been noticing the shit out if it here in Chicagoland), it happens to be summertime, which means it’s time for summertime music. Coincidentally I have three excellent summer-flavored releases for you and I even wanted to review all three of them in one post, but decided against...
Boomruin/BMRN - Monochrome

Boomruin/BMRN – Monochrome

“Monochrome Intro” gives you a pretty good idea (slash warning) that you’re about to hear some weird shit. You cannot tell just from this bizarre (and a bit spooky) slowed down rap intro whether this weird shit is going to be any good. But the second track “Haz” makes it clear (it did for me...
Made Of Wood (Albuquerque, USA)

Made Of Wood (Albuquerque, USA)

I like smart people. They make life easier, conversations more meaningful, movies less boring and music that you actually want to listen to. You will definitely want to listen to Dan Waldman‘s (aka Made Of Wood) album The Chill/Funk Trip (as well as his other works) after reading this interview. And you definitely should, because...
Maed Meva - Figures

Maed Meva – Figures

If I say that Maed Meva – Figures is an extremely enjoyable experimental album, would I hurt the artists’ feelings by doing that? Because I’m used to thinking of “enjoyable experimental” as an oxymoron, I was pretty comfortable with the idea of people creating abstract music just to see what happens if they put certain...
Two tracks

Two tracks

Special occasions call for special post, right? Here’s a good reason to dig out my underused category JUST TRIPPY. Actually, two reasons, both trippy and exciting – two new tracks from two projects that I love and respect enormously. THE NEW LAW exploded out of nowhere with this new atomic bomb of a track. Just...
Scarlet Monk - AnnaBella Remixed

Scarlet Monk – AnnaBella Remixed

I find reviewing remix albums harder than original releases. When your regular criteria such as cohesiveness are out of the window (and even become their own antitheses – a “cohesive” remix album may just as well be called “boring”) you don’t have much to rely on other than inevitable comparing to the original material and,...
Blossom - Blue Balloons

Blossom – Blue Balloons

I wanted to start the New Year with something nice, pleasant and life asserting. I’m sure later on I will go back to gloom and doom, to darkness and bleakness, to decay and I’m getting carried away But it is the beginning of 2012, I have a baby on the way and it’s been an...

New release – Aqosto – Hibernation [TTRR010]

Congratulations are in place, my dear readers! It’s the 10th release by our very own, very independent and very net label Trippin’ The Rift Records. But the true reason for celebration of course isn’t just the number. Aqosto – Hibernation is a true Holiday gift from this talented musician. Hibernation is a work of art,...

New release – The Developing – From A Window [TTRR009]

TTRR keeps exploring the chillout territory, presenting yet another release that will fill your mind with pleasant imagery and your ears with quality downtempo beats and tunes. The Developing is a solo project of Russian musician Andrey Sobolev and despite its name it produced a very well developed four track EP with a clear concept...

Screenatorium – Flyentists

I still find it really mind-boggling (shocking, actually) that Screenatorium a) isn’t HUGE (even though it has a large and dedicated fan base in Russia for whatever reason) and b) is distributing all their music for free. Including this new gem of a release, eagerly awaited by yours truly among many many other fans of...