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Ay Wing

Introducing… Ay Wing

More identities in a music video than a superhero movie

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Noel Griffen

Noel Griffin – “Sentient Life” Review

The robots make a lovely sound

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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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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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Noel Griffin

Introducing… Noel Griffin #RecordStoreDay

Aliens make beautiful elevator music

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Cocoa Futures

Introducing… Cocoa Future #RecordStoreDay

Mellow indie synth pop for lazy summer days

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Photo by Gid Cresswell

Introducing… Rodney Cromwell #RecordStoreDay

Typically seedy yet British

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Madam West

Madam West – “Warm Bodies” Review

When a synth pop duo grows into a rocking soul band

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Knightstown – “Keep” Review

2am danceclub afterglow in its finest

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Tori Amos

Experience Tori Amos – in 16bit RPG Concert Form!

Let’s go future retro retro cool with all the chiptunes!

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Introducing… Curvs

The dark alley of synth rock

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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 – “Embers” Review

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

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Kaleema – “Nomada” Review

Argentina’s new musician is a genre mashup class act

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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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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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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – “The Kid” Review

One of the most experimental yet heady albums of 2017

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