REVIEW D MinGus – Fricçao

By 26 November, 2013

Even though this is the age of remixing, repurposing, rescuing lost sounds and re-contextualizing old popular ones, it’s still quite hard for musicians to create a coherent intersection between the elements of each genre or style without sounding... Read Article

REVIEW Ulises Hadjis – Cosas Perdidas

By 24 October, 2012

It takes more than one listen to realise how innocently complex Ulises Hadjis’s new record, Cosas Perdidas, really is. Putting his knowledge of sociology, philosophy and psychoanalysis to work, Hadjis has created a set of 15 intertwined tracks... Read Article