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Ukkonen – Erriapo (EP)

Erriapo's icy but intimate techno-chillout is understated, elegant, but never simple. Unhurried development: the tightrope walk of the electronic musician's art. How many bars can you...

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Claire Nicolson – The Wheelbarrow

In the hip but friendly atmosphere of Camden’s Wheelbarrow, UK singer/songwriter Claire Nicolson emerges with a chunky acoustic guitar strapped to her frame. She’s effortlessly confident...

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Pleq – Ballet Mechanic

Echoes, textures and the subtle hint of melody; the ambient music formula is rarely relevant. With 'Ballet Mechanic' Pleq wins against the odds. Contemporary ambient music has no place in a...

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Latitude Festival – Update! New Acts and Events

the welcoming daisy-adorned gates will open for the 6th edition of the magical and fantastical Latitude Festival....

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Motorhead Frontman’s Side Project HEADCAT Release New Album.

HEADCAT -‘Walk The Walk, Talk The Talk’ Lemmy Kilmister: vocals, bass, harmonica Slim Jim Phantom: drums, percussion Danny B. Harvey: guitar, piano   Hear track ‘American...

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Austra present new video for ‘Lose It’ and announce UK dates

Premiere new video for ‘Lose It’ and announce July UK & Irish live dates Austra have unveiled a video for their next single Lose It, which is released on May 9th. The video was filmed...

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Aleph – Haunt For Little Blind Fish

Armed with a bag of glitch, can Aleph's four-track EP convince us of this Siberian instrumentalist's intent? What happens when musicians break free of the limitations of physical instruments...

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Fire Folkers: Van Susans

Sofia Ilyas spoke to Van Susan, a popcore rock band fast on the rise and about to make some noise in your direction, about now and the shiny future.  Trebuchet: Can you tell me about the band,...

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Obscura – Omnivium

If Earth were to be invaded by an alien race the scene could be imagined as smaller bombers strafing the surface being coordinated from a mother ship.  Much like, say, the US Air Force or Navy...

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Daedelus – Bespoke

An album full of bespoke pieces as layered as his choice of fashion, does Daedelus retain full control of his creation or does he challenge our ears with a note too far? After a splurge of LP...

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MONO and The Holy Ground Orchestra…LIVE!!!

One Inch Badge and Tidal Shift proudly present, MONO and The Holy Ground Orchestra…LIVE!!!      Blurring the boundary between art-metal and neo-classical, Japanese post-rockers...

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Connan Mockasin – Forever Dolphin Love

When the going gets weird… Once or twice in the space of an aeon, something or someone enters the musical multiverse that is so completely bizarre that you’re not sure whether it’s...

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Syn Ze Sase Tri – Intre Doua Lumi

Dark Symphonies from the Black Metal heart of Romania. Roughly translated the band’s name means,“I’m with triple 6”. After some brief thought and armed with the knowledge that...

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Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful XXVII and Gyunel Rustamova in Cork Street galleries, Dry the River and Clare Maguire at The Social. 14th December One small step for artists but a giant leap for free arts...

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Canaan – Contro.Luce

You are brought into a world. A world that is surrounded in shadow and echoing with primal noise. Something is calling you from a spiritual cave, the voices echo and cut. Canaan are summoning you....

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Tim Hecker – Rave Death, 1972

Deeply entranced, I imagine the black and white noise which is resonating around the room as scattered photographs. These sepia toned images are of nothing and everything, of people I know and those...

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