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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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Sun Explodes Release Video for Seven Three one

The Sun Explodes are a heavy rock/metal band from Carlisle, UK and have just released their first single from upcoming second album "We Build Mountains" to an overwhelmingly positive response! The...

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Nhoah : Tangowerk

Nhoah's reappraisal of Tango is painted in bold strokes, dappling the Argentianian rhythms and Iberian histrionics with electronica and sequenced beats, rather than vice versa....

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GOVES: A Crèche for the Lonely and Peculiar

Sitting somewhere within the well-established tradition of trying to blend electronica and contemporary composition, this is introspective, lower-case music that by now seems a little out of its...

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Ultraista: Cable Club [live]

Trouble is, I’d rather see RADIOHEAD instead. And I don’t even like Radiohead....

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SWN Festival

A brilliant little festival. Lots going in on, all within a stone's throw....

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DJ Stingray: Psyops for Dummies EP

'The Sadist' is edgy from the outset and a great scene-setter. Constantly intensifying cold textures coil around an atmospheric voice sample, discreetly hinting at various dark scenarios. As it...

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2:54 Cover Adamski/Seal

When ZTT bit the dust, Seal went from being an edgy urban electronica act to something more akin to a one-man Lighthouse Family. That said, 2:54 have channeled the bleak and sterile undertones of...

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[Listen] Matmos release Schwarz Remix

Matmos' forthcoming 'Very Large Green Triangles' has been remixed by Baltimore producer Schwarz in aid of the Maryland Food Bank The track can be purchased from Matmos' Bandcamp for a voluntary...

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Matmos: Meltdown 2012

Rather than understanding Matmos as a quirky part of the nineties electronica wave, maybe we should actually be interpreting them as a continuation of a much older tradition of musical comedy, albeit...

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The Sun Explodes: Emergence

'this ballsy new convergence of metal/rock/prog/post-hardcore/electronica'...

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Mutiny on the Bounty: Trials

Here is a band with a ceaseless work-rate, an impressive touring/gigging record and Facebook and Twitter pages filled with adoring fans ...

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You can look, read and hopefully respond. Please don't repost our articles as its not specifically a really nice thing to do, we've tried to enable people to link through via a variety of social...

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Final Womad Lineup – released!

With the folk and ethnic scene becoming a greater and greater presence in UK music this year's WOMAD is looking to rule the roost with some serious heavy hitters in Hugh Maskela and Jimmy Cliff...

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Yann Novak/Robert Crouch: Fata Morgana

Yann Novak’s last artwork, the album Presence, was an impressive tableau of ambient noise, deeply evocative and intriguing, yet desperately missing a visual element. A multimedia artist working...

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Kangding Ray Monad XI

Monad XI is the latest in the Stroboscopic Arfects label's ongoing experimental series and marks a further development in the label's thoughtful aesthetics....

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Supersonic festival 2012 Lineup

Supersonic festival is the most intensely purifying music event of any year. 2012 brings us a resplendent line-up of discordant wonder that is an absolutely must for any discerning music fan....

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Piano Magic: Life Has Not Finished With Me Yet

Eleven albums into a music career which can lay a fair claim to the title 'cult band', Piano Magic resist categorisation by virtue of developing and altering their musical style with each...

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Tropic of Cancer: Permissions of Love

Tropic of Cancer are the American duo Camella Lobo and Juan Mendez (a.k.a. Techno producer Silent Servant). They've slowly gained a following in the last couple of years and now present their...

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Hot Chip: New Video

Hot Chip continue the build with another new video, this time for 'Night and Day'. Peter Serafinovitz is back behind the cameras on directorial duties, after his initial collaboration with...

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Jesus Jones, PWEI & The Wonderstuff to tour

For the first time in ages the curious appeal of grebo threatens to deplete UK babysitter stocks far below levels considered safe.  Grandparents, cleaners, and clucky plump aquaintances have all...

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Trioscapes: Separate Realities

If there is a musical equivalent of preservation instinct, it would kick in for most people when jazz and metal meet that most portentious word: fusion. When the proposition involves just drums, bass...

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Yppah: 81

An attempt to recreate or capture the melodic theme to his own childhood, Yppah (Joe Corrales Jr) named this album 81 to reflect the year of his birth. Childhood musical influences usually tend...

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Orbital: Wonky

'boredom, indifference, embarrassment and even disgust', Codex Europa reviews Orbital's Wonky In August 1993 I saw Orbital give a memorable show in a tent at the Deptford Free Festival....

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Ufomammut: Oro: Opus Primum

Italian three-piece Ufomammut are not an easy band to classify. Their Last.fm wiki entry helpfully describes their music as "Psychedelic sludge", which sounds a bit too much like the...

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Karim Park – Electro Goth Free Single

Swedish electro-goth princess Karin Park has announced the release of her highly anticipated album ‘Highwire Poetry’ on the 28th May. Following the release of her UK debut last September...

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