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Under The Radar review
15.05.17

David Grellier is a busy man, juggling several projects at once. Of these, the French musician is probably best known for his work under the College name, particularly after "A...

Spotinews recomendation
13.05.17

Hi. Since I’m going away for five days on Monday, I will add some extra updates today and tomorrow. Here is the new album by Ellen Allien. Genre: electronic. Enjoy! Ellen Allien...

Clash review
19.04.17

A detached and sterile return that simply fails as an engaging spectacle...

Under The Radar review
31.03.17

Recorded live over two days in London, In The Same Room is the glowing starter sparks of Domino Documents, Domino Records' new imprint, its documentary-on-sound homage to music's...

The Quietus review
07.04.17

'Does the soul exist in modern society?' asks Jean Seberg's character in Godard's film A Bout de Suffle. LA resident, Julia Shamas Holter asks the same question and makes the...

Spotinews recomendation
17.03.17

Hello friends. The new album by electronic artist Nathan Fake is a recent addition to the Spotify library. Enjoy! (Note: After listening to some more tracks, I’m adding...

Under The Radar review
03.02.17

Mauro Remiddi releases his gorgeous indie dream pop under the moniker Porcelain Raft, and once you hear his glasslike voice move its way through the foggy surface of his music the...

Spotinews recomendation
07.02.17

Morning. Let’s get swept away by the new Porcelain Raft album. Genre: dream pop. Enjoy! Porcelain Raft – MicroclimateFiled under: 2017, Pop

Clash review
08.12.16

Canadian producer abandons EDM nightmares for a mature new album...

Clash review
29.11.16

French production pair offer a disco-coated cosmic trip...

Clash review
15.11.16

Dance duo come full circle, re-establishing their core tenets...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

In the mid-70s, Kraftwerk announced the fusion of the musician with his technological apparatus: The Man-Machine, they called it. As machines infiltrate our lives more and more...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Taking a cue from their producer Alex Townend, who as one half of the ATP-signed minimal wave duo Vision Fortune headed out to the farmland of mainland Europe to record their 2015...

Clash review
09.11.16

Breaking out of the French touch style...

Clash review
09.11.16

Expansive, ambitious and deliriously fun...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

Who's your favourite Andrew Weatherall? Is it the DJ whose encyclopedic collection of vinyl is guaranteed to lively up any party, between band set or wedding? Could it be the...

Clash review
09.11.16

A welcome return that’s as original as it is familiar...

Clash review
09.11.16

A vivid, distorted piece of retro-futurist electronics...

The Quietus review
09.11.16

And lo, the great modular renaissance rolls on, racks upon racks of wiry hardware embraced by both analogue gearheads and a wave of producers piqued by the compositional freedom...

Clash review
09.11.16

Canadian duo resolutely refuse to chill out...

Clash review
09.11.16

A direct, danceable return from Joe Mount...

Clash review
09.11.16

The Canadian project prospers against all the odds...

Clash review
28.10.16

A mixed return from the Basque phenomenon...

Under The Radar review
14.10.15

Devon Welsh, singer and primary lyricist of duo Magical Cloudz, has a habit of locking eyes with audience members during concerts, and not breaking the eye contact for...

The Quietus review
07.10.15

It may not have appeared at the top of many lists of "what the world could do with right now", but Peaches' return is as welcome more than ever. The planet could benefit from the...

Under The Radar review
04.09.15

On Painted Palms' second album, Horizons, the duo updates its sound by 20 years; moving from the '60s pop-psychedelia of its debut full-length, Forever, to the fritter-y synth-pop...

The Quietus review
27.07.15

As a label, L.I.E.S. has always been a varied affair, with impossibly frequent, usually dancefloor-focused 12"s providing a mainstream for a considerably more challenging body of...

Under The Radar review
22.07.15

This Finnish-born, Berlin-based musician claims to have self-titled his first full-length so that people will learn how to properly spell his name. More

Clash review
14.07.15

Former 'next big thing' breaks free...

Under The Radar review
28.07.15

The Madonna comps were familiar for Little Boots straight out of the gate. On Working Girl, the third LP from the dance-pop songstress, she's leaning into the comparison more than...

Clash review
02.07.15

Sam Dust's remarkable return...

Under The Radar review
14.07.15

LA Priest is all over the place. Thank goodness. Sam Dust, the 28-year-old behind the moniker, split with Late of the Pier in 2010 and hopped around the globe playing guitar in...

Clash review
26.06.15

A thrilling debut album...

Under The Radar review
06.07.15

London four-piece Wolf Alice got their name from a 1979 short story by Angela Carter. In the story, a feral child, left in the care of a lonely werewolf, independently becomes...