April 2016

Albums Of 2016 That Needs To Be Reviewed

The-1975Some of the best records that may have passed your sight are here for review. These records are good enough but were not taken up for a review. Some have just missed the radar and others here are the favorites of the staff. These records have not entitled for the Best New Music designation and they were not given a rating over 8.0, but nevertheless all these records are worth a revisit.

barbra-streisand-announced-new-album-2016-tour-datesAfricaine 808 is from Dirk Leyers and Hans Reuschl, the duo are from Berlin and are highly energetic when compared to those who are half their age. With the love for fusion taking on the night scene in Berlin, Africaine 808 came up with some fusion music to break the dominance of signifier. Basar was their debut and it is a clunky number. They have brought together the core of jazz, kwaito, cumbia and regional locals into smooth sound. Basar is a sensitive music that is never heavy handed and is purely fun to listen. Play Africaine 808 and list to the world music in style. Deakin Dibb’s debut number Sleep Cycle co-exists with the Kickstarter campaign of 2009. Founder of Animal Collective delivered a soothing and impressionalistic numbers. The street recordings were more connected with the Animal Collective particularly Painting With the release of 2016.

Koze balances his productions and how he removes his peers. Koze’s works are squirrelly. The remix of Matthew Herbert’s Lianne La Havas is set to lead the path for the Isolee’s shivering harmonies called I Like It Here Can I Stay.

Gaika a rapper from Brixton has his roots tied to Manchester and he first debuted alongside Mykki Blanco in the remix All the Way Down from Kelela. He wrote and produced the 10 tracks of SECURITY. The variety of ideas can never get unpalatable or unwieldy because it is communicated through bass.