Today we have a guest writer at the CerebralRift: Mark Blood. He’s written a “review” of the latest release from The New False Gods, Brand Free Experience. Mark isn’t exactly a neutral commentator on this release, however his enthusiasm is infectious, and he even got my attention with the reference to Bitches Brew….
Dr. Almeja: RMXD is a release that has left me in a bit of a quandary. It’s a series of “remixes” of tracks from a number of artists from Madrid, Spain. From there, things get complicated.
On Canned Fit: Cucharas De Arena found sounds, vocals, and abstract instrumentation combine to produce music that is accessible to a large audience.
Christopher Rave is a DJ from Sheffield who has been getting a lot of work in the area. Let’s talk about Christopher Rave: Peak in a bit more detail.
One this release we turn to a more multi-culturally influenced mix of R&B with hip-hop breaks from Funkonami: Globetrotting.
Time to turn attention back to modern instrumental music. This time with excellent David Rinman: Minerals EP from Dusted Wax Kingdom.