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Music Is Rotted One Note

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 1/13/1999

A recurring complaint about electronic music is that its creators cannot successfully perform live or play "real" instruments. Squarepusher, the brainchild of drum & bass extremist Tom Jenkinson, open...[MORE]

3-Song EP

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 10/28/1998

After two disappointing major-label albums, music-noir icon Royal Trux is once again making difficult, challenging and richly rewarding sounds with intimacy and striking eccentricity. "3-Song EP" r...[MORE]

Panthalassa -- The Remixes

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 8/11/1999

One of last year's overlooked CDs was "Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis, 1969-1974," producer Bill Laswell's remix project of Davis' electric jazz period. Laswell reconstructed tunes from albums ...[MORE]

Avant Hard

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 7/28/1999

With top-40 stars like Cher and Tina Turner using vocoders and Moogs, how can underground synth-based bands compete? Well, by getting hard. "Avant Hard," that is. British electro-noise band Add N to (...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 1/13/1999

A recurring complaint about electronic music is that its creators cannot successfully perform live or play "real" instruments. Squarepusher, the brainchild of drum & bass extremist Tom Jenkinson, open...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 10/28/1998

After two disappointing major-label albums, music-noir icon Royal Trux is once again making difficult, challenging and richly rewarding sounds with intimacy and striking eccentricity. "3-Song EP" r...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 8/11/1999

One of last year's overlooked CDs was "Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis, 1969-1974," producer Bill Laswell's remix project of Davis' electric jazz period. Laswell reconstructed tunes from albums ...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 7/28/1999

With top-40 stars like Cher and Tina Turner using vocoders and Moogs, how can underground synth-based bands compete? Well, by getting hard. "Avant Hard," that is. British electro-noise band Add N to (...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 1/13/1999

A recurring complaint about electronic music is that its creators cannot successfully perform live or play "real" instruments. Squarepusher, the brainchild of drum & bass extremist Tom Jenkinson, open...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 10/28/1998

After two disappointing major-label albums, music-noir icon Royal Trux is once again making difficult, challenging and richly rewarding sounds with intimacy and striking eccentricity. "3-Song EP" r...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 8/11/1999

One of last year's overlooked CDs was "Panthalassa: The Music of Miles Davis, 1969-1974," producer Bill Laswell's remix project of Davis' electric jazz period. Laswell reconstructed tunes from albums ...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 7/28/1999

With top-40 stars like Cher and Tina Turner using vocoders and Moogs, how can underground synth-based bands compete? Well, by getting hard. "Avant Hard," that is. British electro-noise band Add N to (...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 1/13/1999

A recurring complaint about electronic music is that its creators cannot successfully perform live or play "real" instruments. Squarepusher, the brainchild of drum & bass extremist Tom Jenkinson, open...[MORE]

Recording review: by Chris Howard | 10/28/1998

After two disappointing major-label albums, music-noir icon Royal Trux is once again making difficult, challenging and richly rewarding sounds with intimacy and striking eccentricity. "3-Song EP" r...[MORE]

14 reviews found. Showing page 1 of 1.

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