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Introducing… Coincidence Bizarre

Like an outtake from LittleBigPlanet..,

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Ghosting Samples Studio Ghibli Music for New Project

Working with Joe Hisaishi’s classic pieces

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Lila Rose – “We Animals” Review

Percussion takes centre stage in this smashing album

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HEIRESS – “HEIRESS” Review

When pop and beat meets art and attack

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LTO – “No Pasa Nada” Review

Bringing those experimental beats back

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Introducing… Colleagues

Bringing vocoders into 2015 with style

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Zola Jesus – “Taiga” Review

Dark gets a shaft of light

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Introducing… Dems

Electronic trio makes emotions boil

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Gazelle Twin – “Unflesh” Review

Little Miss Claustrophobic 2014 Award goes to…

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Caribou – “Our Love” Review

Familiar beats haunt the Caribou’s trail

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Adam Fielding – “Pieces” Review

Post Electronica at its finest

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Roboctopus – “Jelly” Review

You can’t have the fish if you ain’t got the jelly…?

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Video Vault – Message to Bears

The absolutely beautifully music of Message to Bears has finally been given a music video with “Moonlight” getting a suitably epic and ethereal audio visual feel. He is also launching a pledgemusic to make a follow up which you can support here. Until that’s made however, enjoy Moonlight:

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GoGo Penguin

GoGo Penguin – “V2.0” Review

The piano has a new voice

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Datassette – “People Without Mouths” Review

Funnily enough when I bought this album from Bandcamp (thank you artist recommendations!) I hadn’t clicked that my first contact with Datassette could well have been a remix from a Bjork single. However Datassette’s album “People Without Mouths” is a curious beast. Purely build of synths and some very clever effects, the album goes out […]

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Melodysheep Remixes Julia Child!!!

Being one of my childhood idols, I’m so glowing to see this on YouTube. Julia Child lives!!! Bon Appetit!

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Adam Fielding Releases Non Album Tracks

Adam Fielding too has been busy. Today he released “I’ve Got Your Back” a fantastic heavy production track everyone should enjoy. Add to that a collection of downloadable out-takes from “From Out of Nowhere” and you’ve a masterful collection of so called rejects.

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Stereo Alchemy – “God of Love” Review

Stereo Alchemy is the product of twice Grammy winning composer Christopher Tin and Grammy nominated percussionist Kametron. God of Love is their début album together and showcases a broad spectrum of electro excellence. “A Rapture” is a classic case in point. Starting out with ambient murmurings before breaking out into a stadium stomping wash of electronics and […]

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Bjork – “The Crystalline Series Omar Souleyman” Review

Wow is all I can say for this three track digital single. Omar Souleyman’s reworkings of “Crystalline”, “Tesla” and “Mawal” are simply a work of dense precision art. Each track has be transformed into a bouncing electro bollywood number as a digital sitar beautifully works its charm. With Crystalline Bjork’s vocal’s interact perfectly to make […]

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Chamy Ishi – “Panic Maker” Soundtrack Review

Panic Maker is a bizarre game (known as Under The Skin over here in Europe) that I found quite a refreshing piece of fun to play. I was however slightly surprised it had a soundtrack and bought it really to see if I could remember the music more away from the game environment. “Trick Scan […]

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