The 8 Of Space. Review by Julius C. Lacking.
This week’s compendium of five carefully selected albums are all connected by the quantuum improbability of having landed on Julius C. Lacking’s desk at precisely the right time.
1995 (RECORDJET). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
No Sounds Are Out of Bounds (Cooking Vinyl). Review by Carl F Gauze.
William Weikart , the mastermind behind the band Obscured by Clouds , is one literate and surprising person. Tim Wardyn unveils Weikart’s impressive cast of influences (including Chris Cornell and Baroque music), how ex-girlfriends contributed to one of the best songs on their album Psycheclectic, and how his bandmate Thee Slayer Hippy got his name.
Jack Dangers and his legendary Meat Beat Manifesto rock the Big Apple with an electronic feast of new and old material. Kiran Aditham digs in.
1992-2002 (Junior Boys Own/V2). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Bathtime With Loop Guru (Hypnotic). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Back To Mine (DMC). Review by Dan Stapleton.
Every Man and Woman is a Star (Darla). Review by Terry Eagan.
Almost Ambient Collection Vol. 1 (Invisible). Review by Kiran Aditham.
Supernature (CyberOctave). Review by Carl Glaser.
Various Sellouts (UTV). Review by Ian Koss.
The Orb, with Witchman at The Masquerade in Atlanta, GA on April 14, 2001. Concert review by drew West. Photos by drew West and Danny Duval.
Cydonia (MCA). Review by drew West .
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