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Bent Denim

Introducing… Bent Denim #RecordStoreDay

Misery in synth folk minor

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Cocoa Futures

Introducing… Cocoa Future #RecordStoreDay

Mellow indie synth pop for lazy summer days

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Joyner

Introducing… Joyner

Sister pack

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Tom Rosenthal

Tom Rosenthal – “Don’t Die Curious” Review

A happy EP for giving you the wind beneath your wings

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Breathe Panel

Introducing… Breathe Panel

Seaside shoegazers launching debut album

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ticktock

Ticktock – “A Violence of Innocence” Review

Awkward genre shifting pop for the artsy inner self

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Concrete Knives

Introducing… Concrete Knives

Indie pop five years in the making

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Zola Jesus

Zola Jesus to release new mini album “Okovi Additions”

Unreleased tracks and remixes mark an extension of Okovi

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Jacob Bellens

Introducing… Jacob Bellens

Electro pop for those missing Royksopp

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Tune-Yards – “I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life” Review

Art Pop album of the year already?

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The Go Team

The Go Team – “Semicircle” Review

Happiest album of 2018?

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Abi wade

Introducing… Abi Wade

Cello folktronica to push your buttons

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Video Vault – Tune-Yards

Contort your bodies baby!

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Hundred Waters

Hundred Waters – “Communicating” Review

Dream pop finesse

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Tom Rosenthal

Tom Rosenthal – “Fenn” Review

Acoustic anthems for the underdogs

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Mesadorm

Introducing… Mesadorm

Crazy cute indie pop project to make you smile

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Bjork

Bjork – “Utopia” Review

Feeling over melody for the Icelandic queen of avant garde pop

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Like Elephants

Like Elephants – “In Between Dreams and Truth”

Austrian indie pop returns to 1985

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SPC ECO – “Calm” Review

What a way to celebrate 10 years a band

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Seeming

Video Vault – Seeming

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

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