Sunset Review :: AraabMuzik – ‘For Professional Use Only’
Alessandro Dallarmi holds AraabMuzik’s ‘For Professional Use Only’ mixtape up to the light, squints for a bit, and decides if it’s any good.
Sunset Review :: Giraffage – ‘Needs’
Alessandro Dallarmi discusses how the Internet Age makes it possible for music to seemingly come from an STI-ridden pocket of outer space while remaining eerily familiar.
Sunset Review :: Pelican Fly – ‘Feathers’ EP
Pelican Fly Records’ ‘Feathers’ EP sees hundreds of obscure sounds thrown around with a hip hop attitude that fades in and out. Most importantly, the music makes you want to move, despite how broken many of the beats seem.
Sunset Review :: Night Slugs – ‘Allstars Volume 2’
Slip into your scuba suit and submerge yourself into the depths of the most recent Night Slugs compilation. Alessandro Dallarmi assures you this underwater universe is well worth wading through.
Sunset Review :: Ital Tek – ‘Nebula Dance’
Do you often categorise music by genre? Well, stop it. The Flog’s Alessandro Dallarmi urges you to put your imagination cap on to tour the uniquely talented mind of Ital Tek for this week’s AOTW.
Sunset Review :: Pangaea – ‘Release’
Alessandro Dallarmi ducks and weaves through the surprising paradoxes that make Pangaea’s ‘Release’ such an intriguing listen – and our choice for the Sunset album of the week.
AOTW Review :: Kendrick Lamar – Good Kid, m.A.A.d City
“A short film by Kendrick Lamar”. These are the words printed on the front cover of Lamar’s second studio album – a musical journey so vivid it feels like you’re a fly on the wall, watching his tumultuous life unfold.
AOTW Review :: Flume
Alessandro Dallarmi dives head-first (and head-over-heels) into our album of the week – Flume’s self-titled debut – and tells us why it’s now possible to non-ironically fall in love with pop music.
Sunset Review :: Thomas William – ‘Deccan Technicolour Remixes’
Local wunderkind producer Thomas William’s ‘Deccan Technicolour’ has been treated to some royal remixing on our Sunset Album of the Week. Alessandro Dallarmi takes us through an album full of unexpected left turns…