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EP: The delicately beautiful ‘Creatures of Habit’ from Brisbane artist Aren’t is an exquisite triumph. Plus news of launch date.

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Album review: Various artists – ‘Home – Volume One curated by Ali Tillett’: a beautifully tessellated, warming set of old-skool chillout

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Album review: Cluster – ‘Cluster 71’: the German electronica scene on the cusp of breaking through, lovingly reissued

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3TEETH the industrial overlords that made a big impression with their debut album earlier this year and have been making waves all over the internet have a new imminent release – 3TEETH Remixed. Anyone who has been following the band will know that a whole host of different artists reworked and remixed their material. Previously …

Brooklyn based duo, Opal Onyx, are one of the bands at the forefront of the new wave of electronic-experimental acts to surface from the city’s underground scene. Opal Onyx create a sound made up of reverb loaded guitar, the resonance of a cello and captivating, slightly haunting vocals all layered above selective sampling, and some …

Even with the relatively charitable effects of nostalgia, there aren’t many bands less cool than Supertramp. They were briefly kings of FM rock, at a time that Album Orientated Rock shifted huge amounts in America and it is for Breakfast in America and the singles from that album that they are best remembered. Personally I’ve …

22 year old London born rapper Uzzee is set to release his debut EP, Evolution, next week  and from it he’s streaming the emotion filled electro of TYT, or Take Your Time. He’s drafted in some hot producers to work their magic over the release, with young UK producer Jelacee of Stooki Sound, Hawaiian based …

If you’ve missed out on seeing A Day To Remember in the UK so far this year then you’re in luck. They’ve just announced their upcoming UK tour ‘All Signs Point To Britain 2014’. Tickets go on sale on Friday 5th September at 09:00. Pre-sale tickets are up from 3rd September at 09:00. Get your …

“What’s in a name?” said Dr. Robert, with a laugh. “Answer, practically everything. Having had the misfortune to be brought up in Europe, Murugan calls it dope and feels about it all the disapproval that, by conditioned reflex, the dirty word evokes. We, on the contrary, give the stuff good names—the moksha-medicine, the reality revealer, …

You know something, it’s taken me years to come to terms with it and stop being bitter about the fact that I wasn’t blessed in the looks department, but I’m actually quite content that I’m not one of the beautiful people. You see, the beautiful people get attention without ever having to try, whereas those …

The story of Kate Bush’s return to live concerts is now well-known: one six-week tour in 1979 finished at the Hammersmith Apollo and she never again went on tour or performed an entire set for the public.  Some cited nerves, others exhaustion from her relentless perfectionism.  Rumours said that the death of her lighting director, …

Ahead of Italian DJ and producer Sam Paganini’s debut album release “Satellite” on Drumcode in a couple of weeks, I asked him if he could tell us a bit about it – he kindly agreed… When did you start DJing / producing, and what or who were your early passions and influences? Hi guys! I …

From his days back in the 60s when he was in bands such as The Apex Group and The Scenery, as well as backing Freddie ‘Fingers’ Lee, to joining, and ultimately fronting, Mott the Hoople in the late 60s and into the early 70s, singer and songwriter Ian Hunter has been one of those musicians …