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Massive Attack: Heligoland (Virgin) Massive Attack hails from the same hometown as Portishead, and they seem to suffer from the same problem. They hit around the same time (early to mid 90s) with a fresh new sound that got a really unfortunate tag (“trip...

Loscil: Endless Falls (Kranky) Loscil has been on a slow but steady trajectory away from the electronic pulse of his earliest outings on Kranky toward something more sublime and organic. Endless Falls is the next logical step in that journey, with a gorgeous palette...

Listening to it again for the first time in probably at least a year or two, I can’t help but wonder if Michael Zorn was ahead of his time when he released The City’s Collapsing (But Not Tonight) in 2002 under his artist name Zorn. It came out on the...

Hobo: Trackz (M_nus) Joel Boychuk is Canadian-born but relocated to Berlin some time before beginning his minimal techno project Hobo in 2008. Anyone acquainted with Richie Hawtin (a.k.a. Plastikman)’s label M_nus ought to have a basic idea of what to expect...