This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Album Reviews Song Reviews. Song Lyrics. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Add Comment. The Wind and the Waves 2. Cheeeek that out dude. Along with the oddball vocoder electro of Gamers in Exile from Rome, this compilation of mostly French house music has been a personal favorite.
Rico comes 19 tracks of ultra-clean, heavily gated and modulated beats-and-synths, most of them never on CD before. Wildly passionate and festive, yet with a darker, smoldering intensity, Peru Negro affirms its status as the crown big band of Afro-Peruvian music on its first legitimate United States album in a year-plus existence.
Chessie: ''Overnight'' Plug Research. Stephen Gardner seems to work, sleep and eat trains. By day, he works on a Capitol Hill committee involved with rail transportation, and by night with Ben Bailes he makes ambient techno based on trains, railway stations and movement along the tracks.
Chessie's interpretation of its obsession is more suggestive than literal, making for an immersive composition that still holds up apart from its concept. Kelly and the retro psychedelic pop band he leads, Green Pajamas, going to get, at the very least, a decent cult following?
Ted Nash: ''Sidewalk Meeting'' Arabesque. A remarkably disciplined saxophonist from the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra turns in something unexpectedly wild -- an album based on a sound in his head, a mixture of nuevo tango, jungle-band Ellington, slightly dissonant accordion wheezes and New Orleans parade rhythm. If you're of a certain age -- more than 10, say -- you may be excused for missing the current work of Dan Zanes, former leader of the rock band the Del Fuegos.
His second album since switching to the crayons-and-apple-juice market is true children's music, but executed with such sweet and un-gooey! Otto: ''Changez Tout'' Trama. It's postmodernism as a cultural credo: ''Here, remixing begins in the skin,'' he writes, ''through years of racial miscegenation. A meeting of two experimental improvisers from different scenes, Vienna and Chicago, with trumpet, electronics and guitar.
But you hardly hear those instruments as such; it's music made from scratch. Le Knight Club. Coral Twist. Rod Temperton. Wet Indiez. Cherie d'Amoure. Wrath of Zeus. The Turkish Avenger. Spaced Out. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. Play Paul. Track Listing. Andreas Vollenweider.
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