Tag Archives: Spotlight
Olga Bell

Olga Bell – “America” Review

A bonus EP of misfits that don’t quite hang together

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Anatole

Introducing… Anatole

A new chilled producer has entered the musical arena

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Laraaji

Explore your meditative side with Laraaji

A spiritual and spacious journey

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Candice Gordon

Introducing… Candice Gordon

If PJ Harvey wrote horror soundtracks.

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Angèle David-Guillou

Introducing… Angèle David-Guillou

Epic classical musings from a lady with layers of knowledge

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Seeming

Video Vault – Seeming

A return from one of my most hyped for artists of 2017

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Nadia Reid

Introducing… Nadia Reid

Lush guitars and reflective songwriting combine

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Hvmmingbyrd return with new single

Irish duo return for a chilled out anthem.

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Stemage

Classic NES Tunes in Reverse?!

Mario, in reverse, metal style!

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Pokemon Red and Blue Piano Collection Kickstarter Launched

It’s backed already but you know I love a piano collection!

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Spirit Award

Introducing… Spirit Award

A new Seattle trio enter the rock arena

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Clustersun

Clustersun – “Surfacing to Breathe” Review

Leaving that guitar echo on warble for a beautifully detuned moshfest

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Sarah Slean

Video Vault – Sarah Slean

One Love

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AGE

Introducing… AGE

Dark beats and happy hand claps

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Sluka

Introducing… Sluka

Bowie esque in more ways than one.

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Video Vault – TORRES

Album number three brings sexy bath time and electro guitar riffs

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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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Scarlet Crow

Introducing… Scarlet Crow

Beautiful harmonies from the forest of souls

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Daigo Hanada

Daigo Hanada – “Ichiru” Review

A quiet reflection from the inside of a music box

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