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Minute Taker

Minute Taker – “Reconstruction” Review

Lusciously marching towards dreamlike madness

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GEA

Introducing… GEA

Alternative pop for faeries

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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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Camille

Camille – “OUI” Review

Returning from the Monastery of vocal layers in style

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Asgier

Live Vault – Ásgier

One of Iceland’s finest goes for the unplugged treatment

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Minute Taker

Video Vault – Minute Taker

Dream pop takes centre stage for a new dark theatre project

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Lucy Mason

Introducing… Lucy Mason

Sumptuous electric piano for the wee hours

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Tempers

Introducing… Tempers

The darker side of electronica

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Bat For Lashes

Bat For Lashes – “The Bride” Review

A concept album of emotion and story over melody

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Higher Plain Music’s Top 25 Albums of 2016

My 25 best albums of 2016. Happy New Year!

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C Duncan

C Duncan – “The Midnight Sun” Review

Audio dreamscape of the year

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The Away Days

Introducing… The Away Days

Politically charged Turkish dream rock

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Sulk

Introducing… SULK

British shoegazers for summer

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Wildlight – “The Tide” Review

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

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Olga Bell

Olga Bell – “Incitation” Review

Olga Bell brings you the unique delights of smashing cultures

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Paper Aeroplanes – “Joy” Review

Welsh duo release a Tour De Force of dreamy folk pop anthems

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Amatorski

Video Vault – Amatorski

Dream pop and artistic paintings collide

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SPC ECO – “Push” Review

Epic downtempo electronica straight from the UK

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Yassou Benedict

Introducing… Yassou Benedict

A dream pop band from that jumps from mood to rage in a beat.

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