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Hannah Peel

Hannah Peel returns with a Space Orchestra for her new album

When electro-pop goes into Space

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TURTLE

Introducing… TURTLE

Spooky grooves from the underground club

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The Foreign Resort

Introducing… The Foreign Resort

If New Romantics did shoegaze…

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Tiasu

Tiasu – “W_Hole” Review

A technical marvel of synth and guitar

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Ryan Summers

Ryan Summers – “F51.01” Review

The ambience of insomnia

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Xyce

Xyce – “Autre” Review

The fromage of 16 bit happiness

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SPC ECO picture

SPC ECO – “Under My Skin” Review

Electronica haze and chill…

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Vitalic

Introducing… Vitalic

Get your glad rags on – we’ve got a glitter party to attend!

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People the Kangaroo

Introducing… People The Kangaroo

This one is for Saturday night!

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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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Heinali

Heinali – “Bound Original Soundtrack” Review

Where organic sound becomes alien emotion

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Lolahiko

Lolahiko – “The Year We Died But Stayed Alive” Review

The soundtrack for a neon tinged dystopia

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Christa Vi

Introducing… Christa Vi

Welcome Vi to the retro future synth party

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Clock Opera

Introducing… Clock Opera

Bringing a smooth indie synth vibe to rock.

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Elsiane

Full Concert Live Vault – Elsiane

A unique voice that brings beauty to everyone’s soul

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Hannah Peel

Hannah Peel – “Awake But Always Dreaming” Review

Electronic album of the year?

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Mood Robot

Introducing.. Mood Robot

Smooth synth pop to while the evening away to

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Hannah Peel

Introducing… Hannah Peel

Symphonic synth pop to the rescue of summer!

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WE ARE TEMPORARY

We Are Temporary – “Crossing Over” Review

The deep dark well of the lost souls of electronic indie music have been discovered

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feels

Introducing… FEELS

Dirty for the dancefloor in a retro-cool way

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