Album Reviews

[EP RELEASE] Big Wild’s Invincible EP Lives Up To His Name

Photography by Lexy Galvis Few artists have captivated my attention coming into the new year than Odesza label-mate/ rising star, Jackson A.K.A Big Wild. With equally formidable skills as a producer and live performer, Jackson has proven himself to be far more than an opening act. Although Big Wild has enjoyed a growing fanbase and higher […]

[ALBUM DEBUT] Megan Hamilton & The Bermudas Create Electro-Organic Funk With ‘Photosynthetic’

If I gave you a map and asked you to point to the funkiest place in the United States, the frosty, winter-hardened city of Minneapolis might be the last spot your digit landed. Yet there is a smoldering scene brewing in the musical underbelly of the sibling Twin City, fresh with talent and ready to […]

[ALBUM REVIEW] deadmau5 – W:/2016ALBUM/ Playing New, Visiting Old

deadmau5‘s new album W:/2016ALBUM/ is an old schooler’s wet dream. We’ve got 8 bit themed tracks like 2448 and Cat Thruster that makes you want to punch a mushroom or smash a clay pot for a rupee.  Then there’s Three Pound Chicken Wing that could either take you back to the mid 90’s abandoned warehouse […]

[ALBUM REVIEW] Stream D.D Dumbo’s Beautifully Experimental New Indie Album ‘Utopia Defeated’

With a male vocal range and sound similar to Dave Longstreth of The Dirty Projectors, D.D Dumbo has created something that is approachable yet seemingly experimental on his album Utopia Defeated. Both “Satan” and “Walrus” kept my ears intrigued with their unique mix of pop and moving beats that utilized a halting mix. Both tracks […]

[GOODSEX TIPS] Milk N Cooks Drop Debut EP

  Chicago twin producer duo, Milk N Cooks, has dropped their first EP and I have to say I am quite impressed. The four track cookie collection, simply named Decisions, does an excellent job of defining the dynamic musical vibe that Milk N Cooks has been building since their beginning. While each track differs in tone, […]