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Video Vault – Tune-Yards

Contort your bodies baby!

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Helga Arvesten

Introducing… Helga Arvesten

Sweden’s budding alt-pop princess

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Kelly Lee Owens

Kelly Lee Owens – “Kelly Lee Owens” Review

Less is more with this electronica artist

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Dijf Sanders

Dijf Sanders – “JAVA” Review

A new way to fuse music and culture has been born

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Hundred Waters

Hundred Waters – “Communicating” Review

Dream pop finesse

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Mesadorm

Introducing… Mesadorm

Crazy cute indie pop project to make you smile

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Slow Meadow

Slow Meadow – “Costero” Review

Music in slow motion

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Dijf Sanders

Introducing… Dijf Sanders

Taking the mystery from Indonesian folk to the dance floor

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Bjork

Bjork – “Utopia” Review

Feeling over melody for the Icelandic queen of avant garde pop

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Manu Delago

Manu Delago – “Metromonk” Review

Bringing the hang drum to the masses

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LTO

LTO – “Storybook” Review

The haunting of a looped piano riff

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Niklas Paschburg

Introducing… Niklas Paschburg

Genre melding compositions

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Bonobo

Bonobo – “Migration” Review

The North Borders Part II – and that’s a good thing

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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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Fever Ray

Fever Ray – “Plunge” Review

Fever Ray’s sensory overload will challenge and seduce

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Tune Yards return with new single – album to follow

This time she’s on the 80’s dancefloor

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Lupa J

Video Vault – Lupa J

Underground Aussie alt-pop genius returns

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Jeremy Flower

Jeremy Flower – “Mediated Matter” Review

Ambient abstract weirdness on the journey to a higher plain

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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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