Few artists, if any, match the conceptual intensity, experimental mentality and pop sensibility of Matmos. Its aesthetic is advanced, one that transcends comparisons but remains accessible and enjoyably detached from its conceptual origins. Matmos consists of Drew Daniels and M.
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Perfectly crafted Crystal Castles' album leaves listeners wanting more
As the progression of pop music steadily increases, wild mutations occur more frequently and die down just as fast. A generation with access to instant media consumption has only aggravated this phenomenon, making the desire for the new thing a condition hopelessly untreatable.
A musical kaleidoscope of deconstructionist thought
Quite possibly the most underrated album of the year, O.Lamm’s third full-length, “Monolith,” is a juggernaut equal in might to any release by the other French notables of 2007. Whereas Ed Banger strongmen Justice and Sebastian slam the listener into a rock-solid wall, O.
Building blocks of sound
The word “tectonic” is often used to describe items of high craft with attention to construction. The origins of the word come from many places, notably the Greek words tekton (builder) and tectum (roof and implying space).
Tectonics, no doubt, raises attention when mentioned around architects.