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Silent Bomber

Silent Bomber – “Stealth EP”

Channelling sci fi shooters

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Son Lux

Son Lux – “Brighter Wounds” Review

Electro art rockers Son Lux get introspective and reflective for album no.5

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WE ARE TEMPORARY

WE ARE TEMPORARY – “Embers” Review

Electro-Art-Pop that you can dance and cry to at the same time

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Manu Delago

Manu Delago – “Metromonk Unplugged” Review

A tweaked EP with extra strings for fans of the originals only

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Kaleema

Kaleema – “Nomada” Review

Argentina’s new musician is a genre mashup class act

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Charly Bliss

Charly Bliss – “Guppy” Review

A perfect rock album to relive the year 2000 with

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Fafa Galoure

Fafa Galoure – “As You Are”

Combining jazz, classical, blues and rock to make something uniquely awesome

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The Go Team

The Go Team – “Semicircle” Review

Happiest album of 2018?

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GEA

GEA – “Butterflies” Review

One great song, but an album that’s wrong

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Rosemary and Garlic

Rosemary & Garlic -“Rosemary & Garlic” Review

Is it too early to call album of the year already?

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Youssoupha Sidibe

Youssoupha Sibide – “Sacred Sounds” Review

A new star of the kora has arrived

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Kelly Moran

Kelly Moran – “Bloodroot” Review

The prepared piano played from pluto

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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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Scarlet Moon Christmas Volume II Cover

“Scarlet Moon Christmas Volume II” Review

Christmas from the game music gang

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Hundred Waters

Hundred Waters – “Communicating” Review

Dream pop finesse

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Alice Coltrane

Alice Coltrane – “Turiyasangitananda” Review

A merging of cultures to create something otherworldly

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This Is The Kit

This Is the Kit – “Moonfreeze Shine” Review

Indie folk from grass roots to grit

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Murray Kyle

Murray Kyle – “Talisman” Review

Folk from the roots of Mother Nature

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Tom Rosenthal

Tom Rosenthal – “Fenn” Review

Acoustic anthems for the underdogs

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