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Hoffman : Serenity

Even though Hoffman is widely regarded as a veteran of the UK breaks scene, Serenity is his first opportunity to explore his sound over the course of a full length solo record...

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Fogh Depot [Album]

This is brooding jazz with an electronic twist or, if you prefer, brooding electronica with a jazz twist....

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I’m just a primate falling in love (Diagrams)

I couldn't quite say : 'Oh yeah I had a master plan and it all turned out exactly how I wanted!'....

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Bl=ndfolds, The Waiting Room [Live]

Bl=ndfolds' music is quite far removed from both VVV and The Valves, in that it is a darker, scuzzier electronica with growling vocals from singer Paraic....

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Ja Ja Ja Nordic Music Club : The Lexington

Ja Ja Ja Nordic Music Club at The Lexington in London, was set up to both promote the area's musical talent, and dispel any preconceptions....

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Venetian Snares / Boxcutter : The Laundry

Sonic voyages of demonic dancehall, paper cut melodies, rapid silences, and violent arrhythmia...

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Mono/Poly : Golden Skies

We’re left with a sense of power and fragmented images of wonder, yet we can’t quite grasp why the component symbols were so important....

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Odesza : In Return

Is that too much to ask of an album? That it alter a mood and inject a missing confidence?...

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Cambridge Rock Festival [Part One]

The brother of Jimi Hendrix fails to impress, but the rest of Cambridge Rock Festival comes up shining....

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United Over Ukraine [Interview]

A completely civic initiative, without any backing from government and/or organizations affiliated with political parties...

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Application : System Fork

Fascinating hybrid forms that don't fit easily into genres, but operate along a fluid ambient/electronica/electro spectrum...

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Othon : The Garage [Live]

the musical equivalent of opening a fairy tale pop-up book and watching the characters jump out and dance around your head...

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Answer Code Request : Code

While this is not an “in your face” album, the best of these precisely engineered tracks have a strong pulse and circulation...

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Bolder : Hostile Environment

There's no catharsis and no release, only an extended crawl through the wreckage...

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Alt-Fest Lineup Update

Alt-Fest expands from it's already established repertoire of Steampunk, Alternative, Gothic, Electronica and Industrial to bring a slew of the gnarliest metal acts to the Northampton 3-day...

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Sendai : A Smaller Divide

There's a very interesting and productive tension between chaos and order and light and dark running through the album....

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HRH Prog 2 Festival

There were complaints from some quarters that it was an inconvenient location. But it was an equal opportunity inconvenience; it takes just as long wherever you're coming from. HRH Prog 2...

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Teebs : Estara

Mandowa stamps his musical signature onto the record, weaving a living, breathing album of songs with none of the icy clinical detachment that might be expected of a producer's album....

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Halo Blind : Occupying Forces

Memorable but unconventional melodies, and some great use of atmospheric instrumental passages in place of conventional solos...

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Mlada Fronta : Every Thing

Every Thing really does do what it says on the tin: the set includes every track, every remix, every video and even digital versions of all the artwork, press and live photos from the last two...

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Band Diaries : Vienna Ditto

It’s a queasy, greasy, sleazy sort of sound that inspired a load of complaints from the upstairs neighbour, but he’s an idiot....

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Let your fingers do the talking

When the communicator's finger slightly rubs an everyday object, the physical interaction creates an ad hoc speaker that makes it possible to hear the recorded sounds....

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Martin Bedard : Topographies

Anyone seeking innovative and forward-thinking electronic music need look no further; the energy and imagination displayed in this collection puts many younger producers to shame...

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Fish : Feast of Consequences

It all amounts to an album that's well worth the six year wait...

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Douglas Dare : Seven Hours [EP]

Devoid of histrionics, of 'emotional' treatments, and of cloying sentimentality. Dare's presentation of the songs is instead factual, crisp and resigned....

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Lu Cozma : Lockdown

It's not a full-band recording, but neither is it completely stripped-down and minimalist. The dominant instrumental sounds are acoustic guitar and programmed rhythms, but there's a lot else in the...

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Iain Jennings : My Dark Surprise

Some of the delicate piano lines on this record are quintessential Iain Jennings...

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Matthew Herbert : The End of Silence

When you find the press release that accompanies an album more interesting than the music itself, then you know there’s something wrong....

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Jaga Jazzist : Live with the Britten Sinfonia

A crazy band who make crazy music, then. And their latest album is suitably mental....

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Clark and Daedelus join Soundcrash Lineup

Two heavyweights come tosoundclash Camden on Saturday April 20 as Soundcrash presents Clark + Daedelus for one night only. ...

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