Who would have thought that the result of a fatal recording week in Hong Kong two years ago would turn out into something so good?
A good album but a slight dissapointment.
The third studio album by the crafted producer found a well-deserved home at Kompakt.
He did it again: Bill Fay presents a beautiful and effortlessly timeless record as if it would be nothing.
The world is horrible place but Michael Angelakos and his alter ego just don’t really care about the fact.
Between pop theatre and plain strong stories.
Doug Martsch and his gang return with their first studio album in six years.
Folkrock with meaning and ambition – but too slick to matter.
The DEPECHE MODE mastermind unfolds his first ever instrumental solo record.
The band’s first album in six years might please their fans… or not.