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Hey again. Let’s continue with the positive energy. Genre: electronic/pop. Enjoy Mozart’s Sister! Mozart’s Sister – Field of LoveFiled under: 2017, Electronic, Pop

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Hi again. I quickly fell in love with the retro-tinged debut album by pop singer-songwriter Molly Burch. Recommended listening. Enjoy! Molly Burch – Please Be MineFiled under...

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Hi. The new release week begins with a relaxed post-rock/ambient album. Enjoy Grails! Grails – Chalice HymnalFiled under: 2017, Ambient, Rock

Under The Radar review
yesterday

Snapping with flashlight disco, percussive tropicalia, palpable visuals, and devastating pomp, Jens Lekman opens the curtains to life's generous swimming pool with his signature...

Clash review
yesterday

A chaotic yet interesting return that stretches across 19 tracks...

Clash review
17.02.17

Ought frontman completes a confused but engaging solo album...

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16.02.17

Morning. The final update of this release week is the latest album by singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop. I like it. Enjoy! (Version for FR, GB and IE here) Jesca Hoop – Memories Are...

Clash review
16.02.17

An impulsive, compulsive mix from one of techno’s coolest customers...

Under The Radar review
16.02.17

Manchester four-piece Dutch Uncles make twisty art-rock with a unique style, incorporating elements of prog and Talking Heads-esque post-punk into their sound. More

Clash review
15.02.17

Chicago punks return but seem to lack a certain drive...

The Quietus review
15.02.17

Produced by Graham Sutton formerly of avant legends Bark Psychosis, Coldharbourstore’s Wilderness has been an astonishing 12 years in its gestation and eventual release. Revolving...

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15.02.17

Hi. The dreamy debut album by singer-songwriter Hand Habits (aka Meg Duffy) is a recent Spotify addition. Enjoy! Hand Habits – Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void)Filed under...

Clash review
14.02.17

A hard-nosed reflection on turbulent times...

Clash review
14.02.17

Simultaneously defining their genre and pushing it forward...

Clash review
14.02.17

A solid return that doesn't quite push to fresh heights...

The Quietus review
13.02.17

Another Noveller record: what's not to like? Sarah Lipstate's sound has entered our conscious this past few years. We could even view it as a trademark. We know what we get and we...

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15.02.17

Howdy. The latest album by Noveller is another winner. Genre: ambient/rock. Enjoy! Noveller – A Pink Sunset for No OneFiled under: 2017, Ambient, Rock

Under The Radar review
13.02.17

Thievery Corporation, the Washington DC-based duo of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, has thrived for 20 years so you should already be familiar with their exquisite dub-inspired...

The Quietus review
13.02.17

Australian trio The Necks exist in a nebulous, spectral realm at the crossroads between free improv, jazz and a deconstructed form of rock’n’roll that is most remarkable because...

Clash review
13.02.17

Strking a fine balance between grime, hip-hop, and pop...

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13.02.17

Hi there. I’ll not write much today. Just enjoy the new album by Tinariwen! (Genre: desert blues) (US version here) Tinariwen – ElwanFiled under: 2017, Blues

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12.02.17

Morning. On this sunny day, let’s get going with the new album by singer-songwriter Sallie Ford. Enjoy! (US version here) Sallie Ford – Soul SickFiled under: 2017, Singer...

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12.02.17

Hello again. Are you in need of some fresh psychedelic rock? If yes, please check out the new album by Meatbodies and enjoy! Meatbodies – AliceFiled under: 2017, Rock

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11.02.17

Howdy folks. From yesterday: the new album by The Sadies. Genre: alt-country/garage rock. Enjoy! The Sadies – Northern PassagesFiled under: 2017, Folk, Rock

The Quietus review
10.02.17

‘The Light at the End (Effect)’, the final track on Wake In Fright – the third record by New York duo Uniform – opens with a sample from Philip Ridley’s 1990 film The Reflecting...

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10.02.17

Hey. The first update of the new release week gives us more sensual electronic/pop from Teen Daze. Enjoy! (US version here and one for UK listeners here) Teen Daze – Themes for...

Under The Radar review
10.02.17

Jamison Isaak (Teen Daze) is anxious in his latest release, Themes For Dying Earth. He's worried about his own life as much as he's distressed by the deterioration of our planet...

Clash review
10.02.17

A sensual and mature debut...

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14.02.17

Hey. The impressive debut album by Lowly arrived some days back. Genre: pop. Enjoy! (US version here) Lowly – HebaFiled under: 2017, Pop

The Pier review
10.02.17

There are few bands this decade that have been as prolific and consistent as Fortunate Youth. Since their 2012 debut album Irie State of Mind, Fortunate Youth has continuously...

Clash review
09.02.17

Syd Tha Kud develops a new model of creativity, and a superb new album...

Under The Radar review
09.02.17

If every writer had a voice to match, it might be a different radio. With Stitch of the World, the eloquent Tift Merritt writes songs that play from the pages, her honey-textured...

Clash review
09.02.17

Assured debut from the burly Brighton bluesman...