Hectic Zeniths' debut album and new EP, Type One Era are night and day, but that leaves us with the variety that is our lives, a temporal axiom that the man behind Hectic Zeniths, Adam Morgan Prince, might be very warm to considering his penchant for time.
The cross-dressing rap phenom Mykki Blanco returns with a batch of songs that improve on her gritty, minimalistic style. Check this one out so that when her major label debut blows up, you can say you knew her when.
Spanish DJ and session drummer Garnica releases his first full-length of deep house productions Fool Again on Galaktika Records. With a innate sense of melodicism and rhythm, the productions are repetitious enough to inspire either a sense of euphoria or slight annoyance on a track-by-track basis.
London-based Treetop Flyers released their debut album via Partisan Records on June 25th. The Mountain Moves truly does justice to the Americana spirit of laid-back west coast guitar rock and hints at the nostalgia of the late '60s.
Tiger Tsunami’s EP is bump-bump-bumper music. If I were the guy who chose music for AS(Oh! The lucky man!), then I’d put some Re: right before "Superjail," because they are pleasant opposites. The jury is still out on the bumpability of the remixes, but I’d bring them along for the ride.
Mr. Dieden might want to stick to safer, more mundane efforts, like putting a little less sugar and a tad more vinegar into a sound that despite its personal, well-meaning efforts is enough to throw us all into a diabetic coma.