Category: Magazine Sixty reviews

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with WAPO Jije

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with WAPO Jije

    Greg Fenton reviews WAPO Jije – Motionless – Stay True Sounds Stay True Sounds has that rare ability to capture the qualities of tradition while infusing their music with contemporary zeal. This gorgeous, exceptional slice of sound fuses a deep reflection of gospel-inspired chords, an unhurried pace of shuffling drums, plus a heady celebration of…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Auguste Safar & Raphael Graham

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Auguste Safar & Raphael Graham

    Greg Fenton reviews Auguste Safar & Raphael Graham – ZA RIA EP – 366 DAYS If music is worth more than endless snare rolls and tired old disco samples then it must say something of note by connecting to synergy that is proactive and contemporary. Auguste Safar and Raphael Graham’s inaugural 366 DAYS record has…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Jeff Mills

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Jeff Mills

    Greg Fenton reviews Jeff Mills – The Eyewitness – Axis Records Lost in worlds. Found in sound. We are surrounded incessantly by so much music that it’s perfectly reasonable to lose your grounding. To forget where you are. Maybe even to be certain of what remains important within the art of listening. In evaluating. Writing…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Scanner & Neil Leonard

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Scanner & Neil Leonard

    Greg Fenton reviews Scanner & Neil Leonard – The Berklee Sessions – Alltagsmusik Why resist the temptation to state the obvious? Especially given that it involves the word Jazz. If any excuse is needed to provoke a reaction then this articulate genre is forever ready. Indeed, Jazz is a most beautiful word for a myriad…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Ricardo Pinto

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Ricardo Pinto

    Greg Fenton reviews Ricardo Pinto – Peça para um Wesker This elegantly played piece of piano by Portuguese composer Ricardo Pinto appears almost as if out of nowhere, surprises of this quality are often timeless denoting moments as they drift endlessly past. Set to accompany a play by Arnold Wesker, it’s a seemingly uncomplicated yet…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Matthew Oh

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Matthew Oh

    Greg Fenton reviews Matthew Oh – Unseen EP – Outlaw Matthew Oh reappears on his own Outlaw imprint and as you can see from the cover art messages are also inherent in the label’s nonglossy outsider print. Musically each of the four numbers espouses depth and meaning transmitting sounds to get lost in yet provoking…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with f5point6

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with f5point6

    Greg Fenton reviews f5point6 – A World Within Our World – See Blue Audio Scratching beneath the surface are the words that occur upon engaging with the fractured elements gathering pace on Konis_. Cracked, suggesting something needs fixing like a vital requirement is amiss requiring urgent attention. The piece is an amalgamation of overlapping sounds…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with The Jack Cardigan Orchestra and Joseph Matick

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with The Jack Cardigan Orchestra and Joseph Matick

    Greg Fenton reviews The Jack Cardigan Orchestra and Joseph Matick – WESTERN PINK – Velvet Bikini Feeling like a sonic accompaniment to the projection of celluloid ideas this collection of sound collages forms atmospheres, impressions alongside cutting-edge notoriety into one. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what this is or squeeze it all into one genre-specific…

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Dense & Pika

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Dense & Pika

    Greg Fenton reviews Dense & Pika – Funky Brown – All We Have Is Now It’s about time this happened. Disco transgressed. Fucked with, reverence sped into reverse. You know the vocal refrain of Funky Town from here, there, and inevitably everywhere. You may not know how Dense & Pika have twisted and distorted the…