Category: Reviews

Madame Freak – Ride It (Simone Bresciani Remix)

Madame Freak – Ride It (Simone Bresciani Remix)

Let your freak flag fly with Madame Freak‘s new track, “Ride It (Simone Bresciani Remix)” via Radikal Records! The electro-house tune is blended to perfection with Freak’s jazzy, soulful voice, and will have you on your feet in no time. Madame Freak, AKA Jessi Teich, is an award-winning songwriter and Berklee grad, and certainly proved her worth with the song’s simplistic, [...]

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Hello Observers – Hello Observers

Hello Observers – Hello Observers

For fans of: PANTyRAiD, Two Fingers, Eskmo. Space cadets, ASSEMBLEEEEE! Coming to us straight from the stars (or BandCamp, whatever), is Hello Observers, who just released their debut, self-titled album on BandCamp for exactly $0!  The album kicks off with “This Is Happening,” an chiming intergalactic jam sprinkled with hints of tribal influence. “Crawler” shows a darker side to Hello [...]

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Seabound – Speak In Storms

Seabound – Speak In Storms

For fans of: ATB, Zeds Dead, Schiller For those of you that have been navigating stormy seas lately, allow us gift you with an escape: Seabound, (Frank Spinath & Martin Vorbrodt,) have just released their new album, “Speak In Storms!” The record is the group’s first in over eight years, and features an superb mix of club, electro, dance, and [...]

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Beats Antique – A Thousand Faces: Act 1

Beats Antique – A Thousand Faces: Act 1

Have you been craving something new and different to listen to lately? Look no further than Beats Antique’s stunning new album, “A Thousand Faces: Act 1.” The trio, founded in the hills of San Fransisco and consisting of Zoe Jakes, David Satori, and Tommy Cappel, have truly outdone themselves in “A Thousand Faces,” fusing tribal beats and worldly instrumentals. Tracks [...]

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Krewella – Get Wet

Krewella – Get Wet

In a recent interview with LessThan3.com, 2/3 Krewella members, Yasmine and Kris, were asked to describe their sound in three words. Yasmine replied, “wet, dark, hard,” while Kris said, “heavy, fun, melodic,” and they could not have said it better! The album mixes multiple different genres and vocal styles to create a truly unique blend of bass-heavy EDM that will [...]

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Icona Pop – This Is…Icona Pop

Icona Pop – This Is…Icona Pop

Swedish duo Icona Pop have just released their peppy new album via Atlantic’s Big Beat records, and it’s sure to get the party started! The album jumps right into the smash hits, with the first two tracks being “I Love It” and “All Night.” Following the bangers comes the dance-ready tracks, “We Got The World” and “Ready For The Weekend” [...]

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Shpongle – Museum of Consciousness

Shpongle – Museum of Consciousness

After a long four years touring, Shpongle, the psychedelic musical project by the UK’s Simon Posford and Raja Ram, is back and better than ever with their new album, “Museum of Consciousness!” Shpongle, which has been said to be an “umbrella term for feeling positive or euphoric emotions,” certainly lives up to it’s definition, with all seven tracks managing to [...]

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Avicii – True

Avicii – True

Tow-headed heartthrob Tim Bergling, AKA Avicii, is back and better than ever with his just-released debut album, “True,” from Island Records. Back in March, Avicii shocked the EDM world when he announced that he would be focusing on fusing country, classical, R&B, folk, and bluegrass music into the generally-exclusive genre. “Folk is really stripped down and it’s not as complicated [...]

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Kaskade – Atmosphere

Kaskade – Atmosphere

DJ/Producer Ryan Raddon, AKA Kaskade, has just released his eighth studio album, “Atmosphere.” The album features a glorious mixture of minimal bass-heavy house, personal ballads, and dance-ready bangers to create a truly stunning record that will have you listening on repeat.  Kaskade opens the album with “Last Chance,” a elegant collaboration with Project 46, the delicately doubled vocals fitting perfectly [...]

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Kill the Noise – Black Magic Remixes

Kill the Noise – Black Magic Remixes

In honor of OWSLA‘s 50th release, Kill the Noise has dropped the remixes of his stellar album, “Black Magic,” and it certainly does not disappoint!  Much like the original record, the Black Magic Remixes weave a fascinating web of complex beats, drops, and tempos to create one masterfully made compilation.  Riddled with a mixture of trap, dubstep, trance, and house, [...]

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Pet Shop Boys – Electric

Pet Shop Boys – Electric

The 2013 release from the veteran British Synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys features eight new songs, plus a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s anti-war track Last to Die. Stuart Price, best known for his work with Madonna and The Killers, produced the album, which band members Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe call “banging.” “Electric is very much set on the dance [...]

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