Mittwoch, 18.09.2019

Beiträge von Christina Mohr

Record of the Week

Xiu Xiu “Girl with Basket of Fruit” (Altin Village & Mine)

"The tonal color of this record is black, dark black, end of the universe black" – Christina Mohr…

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Jessica Pratt – Interview

Jessica Pratt: “It came out of me with a bang”

"Quiet Signs" is, of course, not a loud, flashy album – rather a gentle revolution, a timeless, cr…

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TUNE-YARDS “I CAN FEEL YOU CREEP INTO MY PRIVATE LIFE”

The topics are politically current; it’s gender equality, American politics, the destruction of th…

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Simon Reynolds in conversation with Christina Mohr

“The illusory belief that fame will give you immortality”

Born in London, established in New York and currently living in Los Angeles, Simon Reynolds is a man…

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LCD Soundsystem “American Dream”

Many have therefore celebrated the new LCD Soundsystem album as a new beginning and rebirth, connect…

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Phoenix “Ti Amo”

Phoenix do of course know that they are not the band for explicit political statements, that people …

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Laurel Halo “Dust”

When somebody says about a musician that their newest album is “more accessible” it mostly equal…

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The XX “I See You”

But it would be wrong to just talk about “I See You” ex negativo, because it is such a prolific,…

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Hope Sandoval And The Warm Inventions “Until the Hunter”

With her side project The Warm Inventions with Colm O’Ciosoid (My Bloody Valentine) Hope also reve…

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The Notwist „Superheroes, Ghostvillains + Stuff“

"It is an object lesson on the modus operandi of the band, without containing the air of just presen…

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Britney Spears “Glory”

I would like to make it clear get-go, that it is in no way my intention to slam Britney Spear’s ne…

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The Julie Ruin “Hit Reset”

Kathleen Hanna, Kathi Wilcox, Sara Landeau, Carmine Covelli, and Kenny Mellman have so much verve an…

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Diverse “C 87”

This compilation helps to remember who big the gap between indie and mainstream used to be. Contact …

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Mondo Sangue “L’Isola dei Dannati”

“L’Isola dei Dannati” from Luchino Martello don’t really exist: Mondo Sangue alias Yvy Pop a…

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ANOHNI “Hopelessness”

Music in a time of omnipresent violence. A task that musicians are confronted with nowadays in light…

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Masha Qrella

I no longer felt trapped

„Feel welcomed in the disco of inner feeling", thats how the label is advertising the new album b…

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Stereo Total

„WE AREN’T MAINSTREAM, WE STILL HAVE AN AURA OF UNDERGROUND“

The sexy hit machine from Berlin Kreuzberg is back - ok, Stereo Total have never really been gone. I…

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Iggy Pop „Post Pop Depression“

Iggy Pop has experienced everything there is to experience in life - and somehow made it out okay on…

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Santigold “99¢”

"99¢" has arrived and thankfully, it has turned out to be just the opposite of cheap and (he)artles…

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Animal Collective “Painting With”

We really ought to be thankful that Dave Portner/Avey Tare, Noah Lennox/Panda Bear, Brian “Geologi…

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Tortoise “The Catastrophist”

Well, and before I get reproached for being overly nostalgic again, I shall get straight to the poin…

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Grimes “Art Angels”

Sound-wise “Art Angels” presents itself rather slick and enhanced, teeming with detail: 90s elec…

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Jennylee „Right On!“

Christina Mohr on the solo debut of Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee - comes with a big need for new synon…

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Adele „25“

"Does it make any sense at all to review a record that before even hitting the shops has already bee…

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Barbara Morgenstern “Doppelstern”

Gentle, yet determined, like a very nice teacher, Barbara Morgenstern sings and makes music quietly,…

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FKA twigs “M3LL155X”-EP

Christina Mohr thinks that FKA twigs comes across as a revenant of Kate Bush with different means. …

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Health „Death Magic“

Christina Mohr can clearly state that no other album of 2015 has up until now managed to captivate h…

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Telepathe „Destroyer“

Christina Mohr and Jens Friebe listened to the new Album by Telepathe: "Destroyer".…

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Sleaford Mods “Key Markets”

There is more than one opinion in pop criticism. We're celebrating the difference and the arguments.…

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Little Boots „Working Girl“

On “Working Girl” Little Boots comes off as Client LB who has been bullied out of the team by Cl…

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Giorgio Moroder “Déjà Vu”

It would be fair to say, some reviewers have approached this album with trepidation. There’s been …

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Hudson Mohawke “Lantern”

There is more than one opinion in pop criticism. We're celebrating the difference and the arguments.…

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FFS “FFS” / Franz Ferdinand Sparks

What a huge team-up! Sparks make a band with Franz Ferdinand. This has to be epic, hasn't it? We tri…

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Soak “Before We Forget How to Dream”

There is more than one opinion in pop criticism. We're celebrating the difference and the arguments.…

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