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Kabutogani – BEKTOP

Kabutogani – BEKTOP Mille Plateaux (2010) For a strongly glitch album, Kabutogani sounds about as fresh as it comes. On BEKTOP, flirtations with melody and discord wheel and flow about the...

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Frank Tovey – Fad Gadget (2006) – Mute

It’s been said that the clearest sign of genius is to be unappreciated in your own time. Eighties musical pioneer Frank Tovey (as alter ego Fad Gadget) managed the twin feat of alienating...

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Roots Manuva – Alternatively Deep (2006) – Big Dada

The resurgence of British hip-hop in recent years has revelled in rebelling against current trends across the Atlantic. Personal aggrandizement and brand championship has been a consistent element of...

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The Vines – Vision Valley (2006) – EMI

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia: The Vines are an Australian garage rock band notable for producing a raw musical hybrid of 60's rock and 90's alternative; the band being popularly...

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Squarepusher – Hello Everything (2006) – Warp

Ten albums in ten years: is Squarepusher the most prolific electronic artist of his generation? Maybe, but quantity does not equal quality and recent efforts have felt kinda lost in a sea of...

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I’m From Barcelona – Let Me Introduce My Friends (2006) – EMI

This is possibly the catchiest record ever released. If you are anything like me that may sound like a turn off, but bear with me. Now usually an album of such infectious pop-indie songs would have...

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Animal Collective – Hollinndagain (2006) – Mutante-inc

Music worth a damn? We look at the Animal Collective's Hollinndagain to get a better read on the situation. ...

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AMETSUB – The Nothings of the North

AMETSUB – The Nothings of the North Mille Plateaux (2010) Inspired by his trip to Iceland this is the second release for Ametsub and one of the first for the newly launched Mille Plateaux...

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Anita Maj – Out of Control

Heading mainly for the teen rock audience, this debut single by upcoming South London-based “feisty rock soul diva” Anita Maj combines lyrics lamenting the hot boy laden crush,...

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Hormonauts, Jetlag, Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti: The Italian Job

Review of Hormonauts, Jetlag, Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti: The Italian Job...

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Idealistic Escape : Womad 2010

Womad 2010 : Partly ecological fayre, part activistic showcase, part global awareness program a lot more goes on around the stages than is commonly publicised....

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Bloodstock: UK’s Legendary Metal Festival Returns

Bloodstock 2010: A heavy metal festival. Oh god the teenage years wasted with headphones on have come rushing back! ...

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G20: No Charges Over Ian Tomlinson Demo Death

About the cause of death, which led to three post-mortem examinations being conducted on Mr Tomlinson....

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Teenagers Are Getting Digitally High From Downloaded Music

Teenagers Are Getting Digitally High From Downloaded Music. They put on their headphones, drape a hood over their head and drift off into the world of ‘digital highs’....

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‘Age Lie’ Former Miss Cornwall Takes Plymouth Title

A teacher stripped of a beauty queen title for lying about her age and where she lived has won another competition in a neighbouring county....

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David Cameron Launches Tories’ ‘Big Society’ Plan

David Cameron: "I think we're onto a really big idea, a really exciting future for our country" David Cameron has launched his "big society" drive to empower communities, describing it as his...

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If You Can’t Get a Job Start a Business

Great idea: If You Can’t Get a Job Start a Business...

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Will Ashon: Binaries and Dichotomies

Will Ashon made a name for himself as the founder of UK record label Big Dada, the revolutionary hip hop offshoot of the influential Ninja Tunes label. Concurrent to running the label Ashon is also...

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Sight and Sound

PLASA 2006 PLASA is a yearly trade show for lighting, sound, rigging, and staging professionals looking to spend four days having a good drool over the latest hardware and software for their...

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