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Cameron A G – Way Back Home

These are fragile vocals of Oxford multi-instrumentalist Cameron A G. Gathering a host of attention from the likes of Mahogany and Annie Mac, this guy is right up there ...

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Mandek Penha – When I Touch My Leg

A glimmering candidate for the weirdest and most original music/performance in Australia, Melbourne's Mandek Penha has released a new track aptly titled, When I Touch My ...

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Zola Blood – Pieces of the Day

Any Londoner knows how awful the night bus can be. It's experience we hope to one day to earn enough to avoid. But Hackney four-piece Zola Blood paint a hypnotic ...

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Vessels – Echo In

In a deep, dark corner of Leeds, a 5-piece electronic band are crafting tunes to make your goose-pimples dance. They're been around for a few years but their 2015 ...

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New Ratatat album out in July!

Five long years have passed since NYC makers of wee-waaa-weirdness put out on album. Magnifique will be Ratatat's 5th LP and it's out on July 17 via Because Music / ...

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Doe Paoro – The Wind (ft Adam Rhodes)

This track was immediately filed in my 'beautiful' playlist for safe keepings. The haunting The Wind is brought to you by a breeze of talents. Produced by Justin ...

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Men in Suits

Last weekend, two of my friends from Sydney were having breakfast on Melbourne city’s famous cafe cul de sac, Degraves St. From out of nowhere, a legion of men wearing ...

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Throwing Snow – Paint By Numbers

Is this really Throwing Snow? Intense yes, but almost happy? Known for dark electronica, Paint By Numbers is a definitely shift in style for the London/Bristol ...

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10,000 Recordings – Love

What's not to Love? This sparkly little number from an un-named duo from NY and Santa Cruz via the 10,000 Recordings label which operates under the unusual ethos of ...