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GEA

GEA – “Butterflies” Review

One great song, but an album that’s wrong

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Helga Arvesten

Introducing… Helga Arvesten

Sweden’s budding alt-pop princess

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Minute Taker

Minute Taker – “Reconstruction” Review

Lusciously marching towards dreamlike madness

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Bjork

Bjork – “Utopia” Review

Feeling over melody for the Icelandic queen of avant garde pop

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Sarah Walk

Sarah Walk – “Little Black Book” Review

Enter a new master of the piano rock genre

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Lupa J

Lupa J “A House I Don’t Remember” Review

Lupa J’s continuing development as a musician is quite fascinating because as a classically trained violinist, she’s further moved away from that world into darker, more fragmented electronica with each release. Her latest EP pushes that trend further and you’ll only hear the violin as a synth bleeding out behind all the effects and beats. […]

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Lupa J

Video Vault – Lupa J

Underground Aussie alt-pop genius returns

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Fever Ray

Fever Ray returns after eight year break

You’re invited to an bondage tea party.

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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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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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Ryan Vail

Introducing… Ryan Vail

Swimming in the chilled zone

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GEA

Introducing… GEA

Alternative pop for faeries

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SPC ECO – “Calm” Review

What a way to celebrate 10 years a band

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Kev Minney

Introducing… Kev Minney

Hushed male tones to whisk you away

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Seeming

Video Vault – Seeming

A return from one of my most hyped for artists of 2017

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Hvmmingbyrd return with new single

Irish duo return for a chilled out anthem.

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Chirpy

Introducing… Chirpy

A new Irish siren of indie folk pop

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Sarah Slean

Video Vault – Sarah Slean

One Love

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AGE

Introducing… AGE

Dark beats and happy hand claps

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Camille

Camille – “OUI” Review

Returning from the Monastery of vocal layers in style

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