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The Acid – Liminal

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The Acid - Liminal       Heather Phares: Even if they're not billed as a supergroup, the Acid's three members boast a formidable amount of talent (and other projects): Adam Freeland scored a hit single with 2003's br...

LCD Soundsystem – This Is Happening

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LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening ' Tim Sendra ' Following up Sound of Silver was never going to be easy for LCD Soundsystem. There was so much positive reaction from music fans, the press, from everywhere, really,...

Crystal Castles – Crystal Castles

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Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles AMG Review: No matter how much Crystal Castles insist they're named after She-Ra's fortress and not the 1983 arcade favorite, thanks to the Atari sound chips in their keyboards, thei...

Metronomy – Love Letters

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Metronomy - Love Letters Love Letters is the fourth studio album by English electronic band Metronomy released on March 10, 2014 through Because Music. The album is solid electro-pop, some tracks fare better over oth...

Rhye – Woman

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Rhye - Woman AMG Review: In 2010, Mike Milosh flew to Denmark to work on a Quadron remix with that duo's Robin Hannibal. The collaboration grew into another duo, named Rhye, which released two singles on Innovative L...

Caribou – Our Love

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Caribou - Our Love AMG Review: Electronic artist Dan Snaith, working as Caribou, produced brilliantly abstract albums for more than a decade, moving from the glitchy weirdness of his 2001 debut, Start Breaking My Hea...

Télépopmusik – Genetic World

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Télépopmusik - Genetic World AMG review:  This debut outing by French techno craftsmen Fabrice Dumont, Stephan Haeri, and Christophe Hetier is a lounge lizard's idea of heaven. Among the many intriguing elements stit...

Ulrich Schnauss – A Strangely Isolated Place

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Ulrich Schnauss - A Strangely Isolated Place AMG Review:  Ulrich Schnauss' second record for City Centre Offices moves away from the early-'90s U.K. techno touches of Far Away Trains Passing By in order to zero in on...

Daughter – If You Leave

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Daughter - If You Leave AMG Review: Given its beginnings as Elena Tonra's solo project, it would be easy to assume that Daughter is just another singer/songwriter act with a couple of supporting musicians. However, o...

James Blake – Overgrown

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James Blake - Overgrown Overgrown is the second studio album by English electronic musician James Blake. It was released on 5 April 2013 by Blake's ATLAS Records, along with A&M Records and Polydor Records. Overg...

Little Dragon – Little Dragon

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Little Dragon - Little Dragon Review by Vincent Thomas For years now, the world of music has been too global and interconnected for one to truly be surprised at an outfit such as Little Dragon - Little Dragon, but i...

Gotye – Like Drawing Blood

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Gotye - Like Drawing Blood AMG Review:  Assembled from a mountain of bargain-bin samples, Belgian-Australian maverick Gotye's second solo album, Gotye - Like Drawing Blood, is an impressively eclectic cut-and-paste a...

Múm – Finally We Are No One

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Múm - Finally We Are No One AMG Review: Múm's first album for Fat Cat -- by no coincidence, the label that also broke fellow Icelanders Sigur Rós -- has all the majestic synths, crackly drum machine percussion, sampl...

Amok – Atoms for Peace

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Amok - Atoms for Peace Amok - Atoms for Peace is the debut album by the alternative rock band Atoms for Peace, released on February 25, 2013 through XL Recordings. The album features Radiohead singer Thom Yorke (voca...

Röyksopp – Junior

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Röyksopp - Junior Röyksopp's third studio album, Junior, was released on 23 March 2009, featuring the single "Happy Up Here AMG review: Makers of sophisticated dance-pop with more than enough production finesse to...

The Album Leaf – A Chorus of Storytellers

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The Album Leaf - A Chorus of Storytellers AMG review: For his fifth album, A Chorus of Storytellers, the Album Leaf mastermind Jimmy LaValle decided to make some changes to the old formula his solo project stuck with...

Radiohead – Kid A

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Radiohead - Kid A       Stephen Thomas Erlewine: ' In the wake of OK Computer, it became taken for granted among serious rock fans of all ages that Radiohead not only saved rock from itself, but paved the way toward ...

The Notwist – Neon Golden

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The Notwist - Neon Golden Amg review: The Notwist - Neon Golden was a subtle rewiring of the Notwist's long-established baroque hip-hop post-rock fetishist technique. The album's minimal kitchen-sink vibe was stronge...