Cat Power made a new record. Once again, fantastic! The story of Wanderer.
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The first real release after Prince’s demise, the Estate delivers Piano & A Microphone 1983, whose recordings have been available for years amongst collectors. A good idea?
Finally a ‘real’ document of the famous Isolar 2 tour from 1978. Bowie tours behind Low and “Heroes”, the best within his body of work. Essential release!
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Altın Gün. A band from Amsterdam that plays funky Turkish psychedelic folk rock. It sounds great and truly is funky. Their first album On comes highly recommended!
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Commemoration, Exhibit, Prince
My Name Is Prince: The official exhibition is in Amsterdam. After success in London now also great success in Amsterdam? A review.
After the epic impressive debut The Epic 2 years ago, Kamasi Washington is the jazz-man to keep an eye on. Is that still the case after the release of Harmony Of Difference?
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In 1976 Neil Young recorded 10 songs in one session. He shelved the album, until now. Hitchhiker is finally released in 2017. A review.
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LCD Soundsystem was my favorite band of the start of the 21st century. After 7 years new material sees the light of day. Is the reunion really such a good idea?
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David Bowie’s 1974 tour released in a beautiful document. Given Bowie´s state at the time it is amazing he could stand, let alone give this kind of great shows.
Today the fifth Arcade Fire was finally released. How does it hold up when compared to the albums that preceeded Everything Now? A review.
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The deluxe expanded version of Purple Rain. For the first time since ages once again nervous about a Prince release. Rightfully so?
Joan As Police Woman & Benjamin Lazar Davis made the album Let It Be You in 2016. A beautiful album inspired by Central-African Pygmees!
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Deliverance is a new Prince EP, which is supposed to be released on April 21st 2017. However, right-ssues make the release uncertain. A review.
The eighth album by Soulwax is called From Deewee and is a perfect combination of rock and dance. With no less than three drummers the beats are massive and addictive.
Who would have thought that Spoon would fuse funk and rock into a great unity? Not me, and yet there was Hot Thoughts. A great album!
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