Kraftwerk

Posted Monday, December 22, 2014 - 5:34pm by Darin Tambascio

In an effort to cover all the great recordings that came out in 2014, I've separated out the EPs from the full length recordings. To define what albums are EPs, I look at the total length of the album and the amount of songs. If the album is under 30 minutes and contains less than seven songs, I call it an EP. For example, Reign in Blood by Slayer is under 30 minutes but there are 10 songs, so I would not call it an EP. But these are my random rules, so whatever, here is my list:

Category: Feature Stories

Tags: cloudkicker, The Cruelest Animal, Electric Wurms, epistasis, Geryon, Godflesh, The Great Wall, J. Robbins, krallice, Kraftwerk, Mogwai
Posted Friday, August 29, 2014 - 2:28pm by Darin Tambascio
Electric Wurms album cover

Electric Wurms features Steven Drozd and Wayne Coyne switching roles with Drozd on lead vocals (among other things) and Coyne playing bass, while members of Nashville psychedelic/experimental group Linear Downfall round out the group. Throughout Musik, die Schwer zu Twerk (which is Google translation of "music, that's hard to twerk to" in German), Drozd and company write songs similar to the Flaming Lips style of noisy psych rock but with more krautrock and progressive rock influences.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Flaming Lips, Linear Downfall, krautrock, Can, Kraftwerk, Yes, Steven Drodz, Wayne Coyne, prog, progressive rock, psychedelic rock
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