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Track: Park Hye Jin – Like This

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TRACK: DARKSTAR – JAM

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Track: Shadow Fashion – Children of the NIght

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Lisbon Life is Good

Lisbon are Matthew, Joe, Alex and Gaz, hailing from the North East and are on the verge of breaking through into the big leagues. Their music is infectious, euphoric and fits neatly into the current trend of upbeat, melodic, synth-driven pop alongside Two Door Cinema Club, the 1975 and Foals. I caught them as support …

Electropop heroes Hot Chip are making a confident return to the music scene with new track “Huarache Lights” and inititally the late night house synths seem to be suggesting a slightly more conventional track than the quirky math-rock-esque material they normally tend towards. However, this is soon accompanied by Hot Chip’s usual pitch-bending chords, harmonies …

Welcome back Mew. It seemed like the Danish art-poppers, aka Copenhagen quartet Jonas Bjerre Bo Madsen Silas Graae Johan Wohlert might have left us after going on a worryingly long haitus following 2009’s ‘No More Stories Are Told Today, I’m Sorry They Washed Away // No More Stories, The World is Grey, I’m Tired, Let’s …

Current dreamy, electronica favourites Shelter Point are back with a new track, Fossil, taken from their forthcoming EP Weird Dreamers, which drops on February 23rd via RCA sub label Space + Time. Taking the lead from the likes of Boards of Canada and Mount Kimbie, the band add these soulful vocals making something that’s completely …

 Out now on Boysnoize Records is the new EP from Baltimore electro / rapper Spank Rock. He might have burst on the scene with the seminal Yoyoyoyoyo album which dropped back in 2006, but since then he’s released a slew of releases, including 2008’s Bangers and Cash EP and 2011’s ‘Everything is Boring and Everyone …

There’s something mesmerising about this new release from Brisbane’s Cedie Janson – layers upon layers of complex percussive beats with a bubbling bass and a distant voice massage your ears. It is pure electronica – maybe not my usual listening preference – but very  nicely done and impressively atmospheric:This track is off Janson’s debut EP cassette due …

And Lo, a new chosen one of electronic music was chosen, and amongst the unfortunates unable to sieze the crown there was much waving of hands and gnashing of teeth. But his increasing number of disciples, which numbered Bonobo and Tiga amongst them, did celebrate, and hark back to his releases on labels such as …

Adamski is back with a new E.P., I say back but he’s never really been away. DJing his eclectic sets around the world and working on various projects either under the classic Adamski moniker or aliases like ‘Adam Sky’.  We sat down to talk to Adamski about his new E.P. and his ongoing obsession with The Waltz. Adamski …

I’m at the age now when I can just about begin to organise the important aspects of my life, such as generally being in the right place at the right time for whats needed – work, food, sleep and suchlike. But there again, I’m staring down the barrel of middle age, so I damn well …

Taking Mark Hollis as inspiration is one thing, producing an album of the quality of No Deal is quite another, wearing its jazz influences proudly on its sleeve, stripped back and semi-improvised with its brooding piano trio-like backing, and De Biasio’s rich alto able to get under the skin of the song. It’s been recieved …