10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After an extended hiatus, New York electronica producer Michna delivers his long-awaited sophomore album, Thousand Thursday. It's another collection of lush, atmospheric tracks that bristle with funky, surprising rhythms. Michna’s beats echo everything from cutting-edge 21st-century techno to the fractured grooves of classic IDM to jittery new wave and electro-pop. But what grabbed us immediately is Michna's haunting way of blending melancholy melodies with warm washes of ambient sound, especially on nearly beatless tracks like “Jace the Mind Sculptor.” More of a moody journey than a soundtrack for chilling out, Thousand Thursday is forward-thinking electronic pop with intriguingly rough edges.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After an extended hiatus, New York electronica producer Michna delivers his long-awaited sophomore album, Thousand Thursday. It's another collection of lush, atmospheric tracks that bristle with funky, surprising rhythms. Michna’s beats echo everything from cutting-edge 21st-century techno to the fractured grooves of classic IDM to jittery new wave and electro-pop. But what grabbed us immediately is Michna's haunting way of blending melancholy melodies with warm washes of ambient sound, especially on nearly beatless tracks like “Jace the Mind Sculptor.” More of a moody journey than a soundtrack for chilling out, Thousand Thursday is forward-thinking electronic pop with intriguingly rough edges.

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