Posts tagged with "James Place"

Week in Review #74

June 27, 2015

Week in Review #74 #1 – 6.21.2015 – RVNG Intl. announced a set of six dates to be played in the US and CA by Robert A.A. Lowe and Ariel Kalma, whose We Know Each Other Somehow double-LP seems to have never left my turntable since it came out. Check the dates over at RVNG’s site and revisit our recent... 

Video: James Place – “Sadie’s Tears”

March 11, 2015

Video: James Place – “Sadie’s Tears” Living on Superstition, Phil Tortoroli’s debut LP as James Place, continues to spin on Decoder’s collective, metaphorical turntable as an endless source of agile electronic music, revealing crevice after crevice of urbane sonic illusions. Following an exquisite, supplemental re-work by Ricardo... 

James Place, ‘Living on Superstiton’

March 4, 2015

James Place, ‘Living on Superstiton’ Umor Rex, 2.24.2015 Phil “PT” Tortoroli co-curates NYC’s burgeoning Styles Upon Styles imprint, which is focused on dropping adventurous slabs of wax in a primarily electronic vein. Alongside the mother imprint, which features arresting music from the likes of Archie Pelago and White Visitation,... 

Premiere: James Place – “Lyras Grin” (Scuba Death RMX)

February 20, 2015

Premiere: James Place – “Lyras Grin” (Scuba Death RMX) Next Tuesday (2/24), Umor Rex will drop Living on Superstition, the debut LP by James Place,  Styles Upon Styles-honcho Phil Tortoroli’s grimly urbane techno guise. Following a stunning cassette dropped last March by Opal Tapes, the LP continues Tortoroli’s run of dismantled dance music...