Sunday Sounds: Caribou | Our Love

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If I had to come with a tl;dr for Caribou’s new album, “Our Love,” it would be, “Abstract, with feelings.” If I had a few more words, I’d add “41 minutes of bliss.” For anybody familiar with Dan Snaith’s music as either acronym, Caribou or his more dance-oriented Daphni, none of those descriptors should come as a surprise.

It’s difficult at many times in this album to figure out what you’re…

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frankles free fridays

frankles free fridays

The next two installments of Frankles’ Free Fridays will be focusing on an event I’ll be covering for ElectroJams over Halloween weekend, Hard’s Day of the Dead in LA.

Rustie is a tough cookie to categorize. There’s elements of house, trap, hip-hop and what I can only think to call cinematic electronica. This mix takes a bit to get going, but it also clocks in at just under two hours, so it’s…

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frankles free fridays

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Jose Gonzalez took what was a beautiful, marching love song by The Knife and transformed it into a soft, sweet lullaby. All the raw power of The Knife’s original was somehow, and magnificently maintained. So it’s understandable when I see a remix of Gonzalez’ cover, that I approached it with some (re: a LOT) of hesitation. How good could it be? It’s going to ruin the song. It’s going to just…

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