• Oriol Night & Day

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by Tomas Palermo Source: (XLR8R)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    There's a special rush one gets driving down the freeway en route to a club or concert on a Saturday night. White and red brake lights blink and glow in traffic, wind rushes by, and fluorescently lit buildings create a halo above the city. You arrive at the spot energized and ready to plunge into music. Oriol Singhji's debut for Planet Mu, Night and Day, takes you on that journey from twilight through sunrise on an album well suited for automobile
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  • Oriol Night & Day

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by Rory Gibb Source: (Drowned in Sound)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    Nostalgia’s never had any shortage of critical currency, especially in the world of pop music. I mean, you’ve only got a take a cursory glance at the acts that regularly blaze to the top of the charts to see the past in full force. It’s a process of renewal, as each successive generation of musicians manages to handily forget (or perhaps repress) the memory of quite how uncool their influences used to be. And so the cycle of kitsch continues.
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  • Oriol Night & Day Review

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by David Stubbs Source: (BBC Music)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    The latest signing to Mike Paradinas’s Planet Mu label expands the mould of that imprint. Like his sometime CDR label contemporaries Floating Points, there isn't an abrasive bone in Oriol’s musical body. Clocking in at a good old-fashioned sub-45 minute mark, Night & Day is smooth to the last, while always smartly swerving well clear of blandness. It’s a reimagining of a halcyon, colourful era of jazz and funk grooves, an era the
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  • Oriol: Night And Day [ZIQ275]

    Oriol - Night And Day

    Reviewed by unknown Source: (Viny Zilla)

    <b> Oriol </b> - Night And Day

    About once a year MGMT release an album in which is crowned “the one” to listen to during the summer. Well not this year: enter Oriol.

    “‘Night and Day’ connects the dots between his musical tastes, from the 70’s fusion and experimentation of Herbie Hancock and Stevie Wonder to the lush house of Theo Parrish, Larry Heard and Recloose, into drum and bass and dubstep, he rewires these influences into something that’s totally exuberant
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