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Michael Jablonka

Introducing… Michael Jablonka

Guitar and hair life goals collide

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Childcare

Introducing… Childcare

In homage of awful stock photos

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Lone Kodiak

Introducing… Lone Kodiak

Music in the face of adversity and recovery

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Violet

Introducing… Violet

Welcome to 1996 Britpop in 2017

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Courtney Farren

Courtney Farren – “Nothing Like It” Review

The quiet reflections between each breath

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Raoul Vignal

Raoul Vignal – “The Silver Veil” Review

The softest of voices with an album of gold

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Zola Blood

Zola Blood – “Infinite Games” Review

An album crammed with hits in waiting

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SPC ECO – “Calm” Review

What a way to celebrate 10 years a band

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Elsaine

Elsiane – “Death of the Artist” Review

The most unique voice you’ll hear in 2017

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Kazyak

Introducing… Kazyak

Indie rock for the camper van

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Introducing… Coincidence Bizarre

Like an outtake from LittleBigPlanet..,

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Suntrodden

Introducing… Suntrodden

For the indie in all of us

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Mountain Bike

Introducing… Mountain Bike

Germany represents angry teens

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Niagara

Niagara – “Hyperocean” Review

Tipping the balance of experimental electronica

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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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Lauren Hoffman & The Secret Storm – “Family Ghost” Review

When going from solo to a band effort pays off

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Rebekka Karijord – “Mother Tongue” Review

Rebekka’s music has often been quite sparse and minimalist but her powerful voice and ability to create a sombre and intimate atmosphere has always made her music feel bigger than the sum of its parts. Never has that been more true than with her new album “Mother Tongue” which focuses of the most primal of […]

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Taffy

Introducing… Taffy

Japanese grunge quartet return with a new old sound

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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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Highasakite

Highasakite – “Camp Echo” Review

Norway’s best musical export of 2016

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