ticktock – “Fault Lines” Review

Sebastian Zieler aka “ticktock” has crafted an unusual EP with Fault Lines. The part Dane, part Brit takes all the fun from the Euro Pop scene and infuses it with ...

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Nathaniel Bellows – “The Old Illusions” Review

Your first essential folk album of 2016 has arrived...

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Live Vault – Bruno Sanfilippo

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Inti Ray

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Dealing with loss in a minimal sound
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My Darling Fury

Introducing… My Darling Fury

A beautiful fusion of rock with some Cuban beats

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Introducing… CLAVVS

Electro pop for the sultry lovers

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Yakobo – “Dawn Is Here” Review

Switching synths out for guitars

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Introducing… Lemaitre

Norway’s finest disco pop

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Miracles of Modern Science

Video Vault – Miracles of Modern Science

Pan for the cello!

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Introducing… ticktock

Danish synth pop done the dark way

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Introducing… FADES

London’s latest riffs are strong with FADES

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Introducing… Naadia

Russia’s rising indie pop stars

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Ed Tullett

Introducing… Ed Tullett

Someone’s let Ed loose on the pitch bender!

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Colleen – “Captain of None” Review

Possibly the most avant garde folk release of 2015

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Introducing… “Coldair”

Polished Polish d├ębut!

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Kristin McClement

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30 albums I hope you love – I do!

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Lila Rose

Lila Rose – “We Animals” Review

Percussion takes centre stage in this smashing album

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Shirobon – “Infinity” Review

You can’t take the chip out of the chiptune

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Wildlight – “The Tide” Review

When folk, world and synth music collide – amazing things happen

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Iamamiwhoami – “Concert In Blue” Review

A visual feast of electronica

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Nautre Ganganbaigal

Nature Ganganbaigal – “Wormarium Soundtrack” Review

Cutesy kids game music meets Mongolian folk master!

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bitter's kiss

Bitter’s Kiss – “Bitter’s Kiss” Review

A good voice does not a good album make

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Ringo Deathstarr

Ringo Deathstarr – “Pure Mood” Review

A wall of sound that I could be locked behind for days

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Aisha Belle

Aisha Belle – “Colours” Review

How a violin can be the whole band if you have the mind to do so

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