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Marasy

Marasy – “Vocalo Piano” Review

When computers turn into ivory tones
KNIGHTSTOWN

Introducing… KNIGHTSTOWN

A sweeping artistic electronica piece all fez'd up
Dmitry Evgrafov

Dmitry Evgrafov – “Comprehension of Light” Review

Charting the audio journey from dark to light

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Chantal Acda

Chantal Acda – “Bounce Back” Review

Lulling you into a safety net of hugs and heartbreak

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St Vincent

St Vincent – “Masseduction” Review

If Little Miss Sad went to a Donna Summer disco

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Anna Tosh

Introducing… Anna Tosh

Not a load of tosh…

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Violet

Introducing… Violet

Welcome to 1996 Britpop in 2017

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Johanna Glaza

Johanna Glaza – “Wind Sculptures” Review

I give you the innocent piano princess

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Courtney Farren

Courtney Farren – “Nothing Like It” Review

The quiet reflections between each breath

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Willow Beats

Introducing… Willow Beats

Chilled beats and grooves for the thinking mind

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Son Lux

Son Lux returns with new album

The solo man now band return with delicious grooves

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Lex Audrey

Lex Audrey – “God Given” Review

Synth pop rock to lilt too

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk shares title track from upcoming debut album

She’s still angry… and now she has an album! My ears are ready.

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Raoul Vignal

Raoul Vignal – “The Silver Veil” Review

The softest of voices with an album of gold

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Ibeyi

Ibeyi – “Ash” Review

A protest anthem for the women of today and tomorrow

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Cameron Blake

Introducing… Cameron Blake

Timeless folk and a timeless voice

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Oliver Spalding

Introducing… Oliver Spalding

Wistful charms of a complex poem

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Misty Coast

Misty Coast – “Misty Coast” Review

Echo pedals to maximum

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos – “Native Invader” Review

It’s not very often that I purposely delay reviewing something, but when I first listened to Native Invader, I initially felt quite underwhelmed. There were four or five songs that jumped out immediately but the rest felt quite bland and meandering. For the lady whom I currently regard as my favourite musical artist, I was […]

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Ian Chang

Ian Chang – “Spiritual Leader” Review

When drums try to be keyboards

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Zola Blood

Zola Blood – “Infinite Games” Review

An album crammed with hits in waiting

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Zola Jesus

Zola Jesus – “Okavi” Review

A melting pot of a varied career

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Ryan Vail

Introducing… Ryan Vail

Swimming in the chilled zone

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