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Bonobo

Bonobo – “Migration”

The North Borders Part II – and that’s a good thing

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Asgier

Live Vault – Ásgier

One of Iceland’s finest goes for the unplugged treatment

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Sandscape

Introducing… Sandscape

Chilling in the dark corners of the electro jazz bar

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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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Lolahiko

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

The soundtrack for a neon tinged dystopia

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Temple Invisible

Temple Invisible Return

Calmly dark

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Video Vault – Temple Invisible

Ethereal trip hop from Romania

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Ultraísta

Ultraísta- “Ultraísta” Review

Disorientating dancefloor magic at its Brighton best.

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Poliça – “Give You The Ghost” Review

Poliça are a new band I’ve discovered very recently and they need to be shouted about because their début album “Give You The Ghost” is simply excellent. Poliça is a band that firmly believes in layered reverb and pitch tuning effects to the vocals. The result is a slightly otherworldly rock experience. Opener “Amongster” is a great example as […]

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Naynt – “Naynt” Review

Naynt is the artistic name of Simon Gross, a composer whose music is in a similar vein to game music but he also crosses various genres and likes to mix and match genres over an electronic background. His free album “Naynt” showcases his skills which you get immediately with “Colossal” which features a stomping, if […]

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Lauren Edman – “Its Always the Quiet Ones” Review

Lauren Edman released her debut album “It’s Always the Quiet Ones” earlier this year and after dipping into a couple of genres alongside other artists and bands, it’s nice to see what standalone Lauren can do. Opener “Wasting” is a nice juxtaposition of serenading wispy vocals alongside a gritty bassline. The track doesn’t go for the jugular, instead […]

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