Taylor Deupree

Taylor Deupree

Taylor Deupree creates outstanding music. Deupree has a impressive portfolio of work, but I only know his music which has the most relaxing compositions. I often play Deupree's works when I need music which is unfolding over time, allowing my body and mind the space to focus or un-focus.

  • I think what I like most about SUMMVS is that it is neither here nor there, each track feels whole, not too Alva Noto or Ryuichi Sakamoto. Its not overtly electronic or acoustic, it's not purely intellectual or purely melodic, the... I think what I like most about SUMMVS is that it is neither here nor there, each track feels whole, not too Alva Noto or Ryuichi Sakamoto. Its not overtly electronic or acoustic, it's not purely intellectual or purely melodic, the compositions seem closer to Jazz yet not at all. SUMMVS seems to be about the right touch, the right balance of a collaboration which continues to uncover it's own unique language.

  • McIlwain has been gradually building his Lusine persona from the jagged majesty of 2005’s Ghostly debut Serial Hodgepodge through the drifting atmospheres of 2007’s Language Barrier (on Hymen Records). Now, with A Certain Distance... McIlwain has been gradually building his Lusine persona from the jagged majesty of 2005’s Ghostly debut Serial Hodgepodge through the drifting atmospheres of 2007’s Language Barrier (on Hymen Records). Now, with A Certain Distance, Lusine has finally arrived, synthesizing decades of electronic music both popular and experimental into a sophisticated, catchy, and danceable sound unlike anything else. Lassoing bits of downtempo and ambient, pop melodies and leftfield noise, and a smattering of techno and house both minimal and maximal, A Certain Distance is ultimately a work of singular beauty by an artist in full command of his craft.

  • Spanning more genres than ever Diddy - Dirty Money's "Last Train To Paris" is a pretty smooth ride.

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