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Seen by some as the greatest DJ of all time, Larry Levan’s influence on music still continues to this day. Born Lawrence Philpot in in 1954, Levan would grow up to Resident at one of the most influential clubs in New York ‘The Paradise Garage’ and forge a unique sound quickly becoming a name to watch out …

Cavern of Anti-Matter (CAM) are Stereolab mainman Tim Gane, original Stereolab drummer Joe Dilworth and synth meister Holger Zapf. This is their second album and is a collection of mainly instrumentals, bar two of the twelve tracks which feature guest vocals from Bradford Cox (Deerhunter) and Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3) also as a bit of a bonus we get …

Flowers return with their second album ‘Everybody’s Dying To Meet You’  and as one person who falls in love easily, I’m not ashamed to say I’m in love with this LP. If you spent your youth shoe gazing in the indie clubs on a Friday night to Cocteau Twins and Galaxie 500 this will be up your …

After the release of the ‘Mexican Smoke’ EP, which saw the Boiler Room favourite 90’s Love (Acid Pt II), Lawrence Northall and Molly Dixon bring us their follow up single Acid Pt I. A little taste of what’s to come as we anticipate their forthcoming album due out this year. But before Video let’s catch up …

Geneva born bass player Alissia and her band The Funketeers (stay with me here) have had over 2 million YouTube views (yes, the Funketeers, but let me carry on) and have also been a support act on Talib Kweli’s latest tour (see, doesn’t seem too bad a name with that endorsement eh!). ‘Take off’ is Taken …

We met Ed Tullet, the twenty two year old singer, songwriter and remixer who has gone from strength to strength these past few years and talked about his album Fiancé, the creative process and Marzipan.   1. How have things been in the run up to the release of your new album Fiancé? Great – …

Following on the heels of the Dubnobasswithmyheadman Deluxe release, Underworld are back again with ‘Second Toughest in the Infants’ the fourth album in their catalogue. Remastered at Abby Road Studios and chock full of goodies, if you never got on this one the first time round, then there’s never been a better time to check …

What started of as a fictional band in the cult vampire film ‘Afflicted’ has now turned into a real EP releasing duo. Comprising of musicians Edo Van Breemen  and Zachary Grayth the now real Unalaska join ‘Light Organ Records’ to bring us their first self-titled EP. Working through cross-continental correspondence from their separate studios in Brooklyn …

Dralms is a project by Christopher Smith, featuring  collaborators Shaunn Thomas Watt (Siskiyou), Will Kendrick (Failing) and Peter Carruthers (Siskiyou). Shook is the debut album from this ensemble and musically shifts through dark and lighte passages all the while stabilised by Smiths light floating vocals throughout. A definite late night album full of cool bass …

Hexagon is the second album from the German four-piece band Abby, here we see Abby venture into a more electronic spectrum throughout the album, a departure from their Indie Pop labeling which sees them more than  comfortable in their new surroundings. This is first present on the third track ‘Halo’ with some nice vocal manipulation, it’s …