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KNIGHTSTOWN

Introducing… KNIGHTSTOWN

A sweeping artistic electronica piece all fez’d up

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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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Willow Beats

Introducing… Willow Beats

Chilled beats and grooves for the thinking mind

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Zola Blood

Zola Blood – “Infinite Games” Review

An album crammed with hits in waiting

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Ryan Vail

Introducing… Ryan Vail

Swimming in the chilled zone

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Olga Bell

Olga Bell – “America” Review

A bonus EP of misfits that don’t quite hang together

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TURTLE

Introducing… TURTLE

Spooky grooves from the underground club

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Fenech-Soler

Fenech-Soler – “Zilla” Review

The album to dance around to for 2017

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Niagara

Niagara – “Hyperocean” Review

Tipping the balance of experimental electronica

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RICH LIST

Introducing…RICH LIST

A song about the winner that never was

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Clock Opera

Clock Opera – “Venn” Review

Clock Opera popped onto my radar at the end of last year with an great synth rock single and with the release of their second album Venn a couple of weeks ago, they have cemented themselves as a firm favourite new discovery in 2017. Their brand of rock has equal parts synth and electronica nods […]

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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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SPC ECO – “Under My Skin” Review

Electronica haze and chill…

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Fenech-Soler

Live Vault – Fenech-Soler

45 minutes of the best of catchy electronica anthems

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Vitalic

Introducing… Vitalic

Get your glad rags on – we’ve got a glitter party to attend!

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Zola Blood

Introducing… Zola Blood

Introspective electronica for the city drones

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Highasakite

Highasakite – “Camp Echo” Review

Norway’s best musical export of 2016

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Lolahiko

Lolahiko – “The Year We Died But Stayed Alive” Review

The soundtrack for a neon tinged dystopia

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Planet Coaster

Jim Guthrie & JJ Ispen – “You Me and Gravity : The Music of Planet Coaster” Review

The soundtrack of imagination and dreams

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Living Dead Girl

Living Dead Girl – “Autumn” Review

Gothic industrial musings of a vampire

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