Wildlife Electronica: A Review Of A Lake By The Moon’s ‘Life In Warp’

“Life in Warp,” the debut album from A lake by the mõõn, a.k.a. Duarte Eduardo, is an opportunity to rethink what it means to be “socially conscious” when it comes to music. In what strikes the ear first as swathes of digitally manipulated noise and vaguely industrial, futuristic electronic free-balling, “Life in Warp” affords its … Continue reading Wildlife Electronica: A Review Of A Lake By The Moon’s ‘Life In Warp’

Retromania and resistance: Record label MaJazz Project reissues new dawn for unsung Palestinian pioneers

This article was written by Benjamin Ashraf and originally published by The New Arab. In what became a cult classic of musicology, Simon Reynolds’s Retromania describes a Western culture intent on self-cannibalism. Exhausted by consumerism and technological acceleration, the book claims the West has become a Zeit without a Geist; where the recurrence of older … Continue reading Retromania and resistance: Record label MaJazz Project reissues new dawn for unsung Palestinian pioneers

Best Of Protest Music 2021: A Turbulent Year Reviewed

Listen to this article in audio format. In the United States, the year begins with an insurgence when violent protesters storm the Capitol, an event that leaves five people dead and a divided nation terrified. In Afghanistan, the Taliban make a swift takeover of the country which leads to many countries’ military operatives and other … Continue reading Best Of Protest Music 2021: A Turbulent Year Reviewed