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Loreena McKennitt

Loreena McKennitt – “Lost Souls” Review

A Latin tinge to timeless folk

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My brightest Diamond

My Brightest Diamond – “Champagne EP” Review

To the dancefloor

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Gazelle Twin returns with more creepy electronica

Satan rides of Hobby Horse on Wednedays

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Ionnalee – “Everyone Afraid To Be Forgotten” Review

Enter my contender for album of the year 2018

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IAKO

Introducing… IAKO

Gentle lullaby’s to enjoy on sepia evenings

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Muriel Bostorp

Muriel Bostorp – “See” Review

Warmest piano melodies with a slice of reflection

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My brightest Diamond

My Brightest Diamond returns with a more electronic palette

Handbags to the dance floor

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Zola Jesus

Zola Jesus – “Okavi: Additions” Review

Bonus tracks not to be missed

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Ibibio Sound Machine

Ibibio Sound Machine – “Eyio” Review

Modern Nigeria on the dancefloor

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Abi wade

Abi Wade – “Beautifully Astray” Review

Armed to the cello

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Bent Denim

Introducing… Bent Denim #RecordStoreDay

Misery in synth folk minor

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Broads

Introducing… Broads #RecordStoreDay

Sad dance for hard times

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Tiasu

Tiasu – “Sanctuary” Review

Chiptunes. Heavily Plugged!

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Stefano Guzzetti

Video Vault – Stefano Guzzetti

Paper, ink and ivory

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Joyner

Introducing… Joyner

Sister pack

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Agnes Obel

Agnes Obel placing three new tracks on “Late Night Tales” guest compilation

A new compilation headed from the singer songwriter

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Tunng

Tunng return with first song in four years

Quirky folktronica band return with a cracker

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Muffin

Muffin – “Muffin EP” Review

Grassroots grunge to freak to

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Belly

Belly release new single – album out May

First album in 20 years – worth the wait!

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ANML returns with new single and EP

Cinematic gospel electronica? HELL YES!

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