How to Dress Well – Total Loss

written by: Ian Dick Jones on October 12, 2012

Total Loss is the second album from Tom Krell’s solo-electronic project How To Dress Well. Krell’s sound is an amalgamation of genres that blend into something that fell out of his dreams. Total Loss is a highly emotional album that without a doubt comes straight from Krell’s heart. The album resembles a letter, or a […]

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Robert Smith’s Magnum Opus: Disintegration

written by: Ian Dick Jones on July 13, 2012

“Sometimes you make me feel like I’m living at the edge of the world” Smith says to you, and bam, you’re in another universe for the next 70 minutes of Disintegration.

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The Royalty – Lovers

written by: Ian Dick Jones on June 14, 2012

Lovers tells stories so personal that they feel as real as your best friend telling you about the night before.

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Niki & The Dove – Instinct

written by: Ian Dick Jones on May 16, 2012

The electronic synth-pop trio from Stockholm takes influence from all types of genres and eras of electronic music.

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Good Night & Good Morning – Narrowing Types

written by: Ian Dick Jones on April 23, 2012

Though Good Night & Good Morning aren’t inventing a new genre or doing anything extremely revolutionary, there is a certain freshness to their songs that can’t be denied.

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Paid Dues Hip-Hop Festival Recap

written by: Ian Dick Jones on April 23, 2012

I entered the San Bernardino Paid Dues Hip-Hop Festival never having been to a festival that features rap and hip-hop exclusively, so I didn’t quite know what to expect.

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Clark – Iradelphic

written by: Ian Dick Jones on April 17, 2012

Clark’s sound stems from the kind that you listen to with headphones at three in the morning alone and contemplating life; Iradelphic is no different.

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Delta Spirit – Delta Spirit

written by: Ian Dick Jones on March 27, 2012

As any Delta Spirit fan would expect, there are soulful songs with extremely catchy melodies that grab you upon your first listen, but then also grow with you each time you go through the album as a whole.

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