Downtempo 9 results

Q&A With Frameworks

With "Imagine Gold," Frameworks displays extensive exploration into sampling and analogue; citing long night drives back from shows as an inspiration that runs through the album, the intricacies, attention to detail and ability to expand on musical ...

Q&A With Get The Blessing

Jazz-rock / post-Jazz / Not Jazz...who knows what it is, but the most important thing is that Get The Blessing keep on doing what they do and being themselves.  Oh, and by the way, Pete and Jake Discuss their new LP & the influence of Jazz icon ...

Get The Blessing Primed for Next Big Release “Bristopia”

Following the success of their 2015 album "Astronautics," jazz-rock mavericks Get The Blessing return with their spellbinding new album "Bristopia." Blending their mutant jazz sensibilities with spacey electronics and post rock atmospheres, ...
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Sterling Grove-Parallel Lines: Album Review

Montreal’s duo Marc Luciano and Stephen Robusto, under the stage name as Sterling Grove, is being touted as the latest Canadian based dance music export of note. The duo’s debut album, “Parallel Lines” on Youth Records features several guest ...
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Larry Cadge-Me, Myself And Larry: Album Review

Hailing from London, Larry Cadge began his career as a DJ in 1989. Raised in a musically entrenched family and drawing on soul and jazz icons such as Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, and Manuel Göttsching for song writing ...

Enigma is Back with ‘The Fall of a Rebel Angel’

The Fall of a Rebel Angel is the eighth studio album from Germany's legendary Enigma and was released world-wide on November 11, 2016 via Republic Records. The first studio album since 2008's Seven Lives Many Faces, is a concept album that tells the ...
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Kenneth Bager Experience-Premiere Classé: Album Review

Kenneth Bager has proven himself as a tastemaker standing at the front of his class as a leading voice of the Balearic and Chill/Electronic scene for years. It's been a long six years since his last full-length offering 'Fragments of a Space Cadet ...
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Bjarno-Papillion: Album Review

Kenneth Bager’s Music For Dreams label has done it again. This time around it is with Lars Bjarno, a DJ/producer living in Copenhagen, Denmark. Bjarno’s “buzz-worthiness” on the international scene began over 10 years ago with Get Physical...

St. Germain – St. Germain: Album Review

Ludovic Navarre, better known by his stage name St. Germain, releases his first studio album in 15 years. St. Germain is the self-titled release from Nonesuch Records, bringing to listeners a mix of his familiar style with a twist that both long-t...