Album Review: Justin Bieber – Purpose

With multiple arrest warrants under his belt and a petition boasting over 270,000 signatures calling for his deportation, it’s no wonder that Justin Bieber’s most recent studio album, Purpose,  revolves around forgiveness and apologies. In just a few short years,...

Album Review: Escort – Animal Nature

Following Nile Rodgers’ guitar work on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories in 2013, elements of disco have crept back into the dance scene. Funky rhythms and jazzy minor 7 chords have been dragged from the depths of the discotheques they died in. Escort’s Animal Nature...

Album Review: White Boiz – Neighborhood Wonderful

In an era where hip­hop is dominated by snappy trap hi­hats, and boosted 808 kick bass, is there any room for the old school? Krondon and Shafiq Husayn seem to think so. Together, the two industry denizens make up White Boiz, a musical collaboration formed out of...

Album Review: Public Service Broadcasting – The Race for Space

At one point in history, all eyes were turned towards the stars. Space captivated man like no other, as humanity pushed its limits through countless trials and tribulations to lay claim to the final frontier. The Race for Space, the latest release from the British duo...

Album Review: St. Paul and the Broken Bones’ Half the City

It’s a good time in history to be a lover of electronic music. In lieu of guitars, keyboards and drum sets, many of our generation’s favorite performers deliver their craft from behind MacBooks and sampling pads. And as the tech and the style continue to evolve,...

KSTO Staff Picks of 2014: Andrew Hoisington

Today’s top 10 of 2014 comes to you from Andrew Hoisington, Co-Alternative/Top 200 Genre Director ! 1. Talking Is Hard – WALK THE MOON 2. Jukebox the Ghost – Jukebox the Ghost 3. All This Bad Blood – Bastille 4. Strange Desire – Bleachers...