'Tallest Man'-esque lo-fi singer/songwriter folk. Nice, but interchangeable in the whole.
The last album made before the ironic death of singer David Gold. His death gives the album even more feeling, depth and personality. Depressive blackened doom.
The first offering of Dutch Laster has it all: A 20 minute slab of monotonous grey melancholy layers of distortion, pounding drums and a singer who screeches from the darkest places of his soul. Top it off with a philosophical theme, and there you have another great BM band.
Ah, more work of my favorite avocado-evangelists. It's another chaotic and up-tempo psy-glitch-party fest full of fun. That's it; it's full of fun. It dabbles in all kinds of EDM-pools and while doing so taking the best of all worlds and smashing it together. As psychedelic guacamole.
A weird marriage, between The Orb and LSP, but there is no denying reggae and chill-out go together like cake and icing. Sadly the beats on this album have too much 'pep in their step' to really be relaxing, and LSP performance doesn't do it justice.
Dive into history with a sweet mix of electro, post-rock and sampling somewhere in between Massive Attack and Godspeed, You Black Emperor! The creativity in using all kinds of elements and genres oozes over this album and results in a most promising EP.