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Various Artists, Africa Expre…

Put a lot of musicians in a room over the course of a week, and you may e… more »

Various Artists, Red Hot + Fe…

Here’s an idea: Listen to Red Hot + Fela blind — don’t… more »

Oneohtrix Point Never, R Plus…

Daniel Lopatin’s work as Oneohtrix Point Never has been evolving in… more »

Interview: Moby

[To celebrate the release of his 11th studio album, Innocents, we invited… more »

Moby’s eMusic Picks

[To celebrate the release of his 11th studio album, Innocents, we invited… more »

Icona Pop, THIS IS… ICO…

When Swedish singers Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo, aka Icona Pop, perform… more »

Sebadoh, Defend Yourself…

What can it mean when a band whose defining trait was angst comes back af… more »

Franz Ferdinand, Right Though…

A hot new band crafts a world-beating hit that threatens to pigeonhole th… more »

Shigeto, No Better Time Than…

On 2010′s Full Circle and 2012′s Lineage, composer-producer Z… more »

Etran Finatawa, The Sahara Se…

Etran Finatawa’s back-story is resonant — the 10-piece unit f… more »

Ikonika, Aerotropolis…

The throwback impulse has become so predominant in electronic dance music… more »

Grant Hart, The Argument…

Sometimes you have to go away for a while in order to sound like you have… more »

Matias Aguayo, The Visitor…

As half of Closer Musik and on his own, dance producer Matais Aguayo was… more »

Kanye West, Yeezus

Earlier in his career, Kanye’s ego was the one getting all the atte… more »

Quasimoto, Yessir Whatever…

The rule with Madlib albums — no matter who raps or sings or does w… more »

Six Degrees of Four Tet…

It used to be easier to pretend that an album was its own perfectly self-… more »

Four Tet, Rounds (Special Ann…

The late ’90s and early ’00s were a fecund time for laptop-ge… more »

The Pastels, Slow Summits…

“Indiepop” is a genre with many parents, but there’s go… more »

Laurel Halo, Behind the Green…

Electronic album artists often use EPs to sluice out small batches of tig… more »

Lady, Lady

This invigorating retro-soul album comes from a duo consisting of one-tim… more »

Various Artists, Quentin Tara…

We can call the Quentin Tarantino soundtrack a legitimate subgenre of its… more »

Various Artists, Nuggets: Ori…

It’s funny, a decade on from the Strokes/White Stripes/Hives… more »

Witch, We Intend to Cause Hav…

At the end of 2010, the pseudonymous Twitter music critic @Discographies… more »

The Coup, Sorry to Bother You…

Boots Riley has had a few other things to do than rap for Oakland collect… more »

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eMusic Reviews


Doomtree, All Hands

By Britt Robson, Contributor

All Hands consolidates the advances made by Doomtree on the hip-hop collective's breakthrough disc from 2011, No Kings. Like that 10th-anniversary collection, All Hands was initiated by the group's three producers concocting mixes for the… more »

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