Posts By Philip Sherburne

DJ Python: Derretirse EP

Lush, heady, and shot through with an undercurrent of wistful contemplation, producer Brian Piñeyro’s “deep reggaetón” sound can’t be called lo-fi anymore.

Earthen Sea: Grass and Trees

Jacob Long’s vaporous, lo-fi ambient tracks feel like snapshots of stillness made of moving parts.

Earthen Sea: Grass and Trees

Jacob Long’s vaporous, lo-fi ambient tracks feel like snapshots of stillness made of moving parts.

Robag Wruhme: Venq Tolep

The German producer offers his prettiest, silkiest, and most poignant minimal electronic music ever.

Kyle Bobby Dunn: From Here to Eternity

The Montreal ambient musician’s albums all resemble each other in their broad strokes and abiding stillness. They are beautiful, terrifying, and bittersweet all at once.

Matias Aguayo: Support Alien Invasion

The Chilean-German producer’s steely, slinky polyrhythms are a repudiation of borders and a celebration of the freedom of movement.

Flying Lotus: Flamagra

On Steven Ellison’s sixth album, his sweeping jazz-funk feels limitless. It sounds more like a sketchbook with FlyLo crafting each minute with great care and technical dexterity.

Kelly Moran: Origin EP

The New York pianist’s stripped-back companion piece to her electronic-tinged 2018 album Ultraviolet is an engrossing ode to the act of creation.