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Irish singer Wallis Bird in a red jacket

Irish born and Berlin based Wallis Bird has released a video for her current single ‘What’s Wrong with Changing?’, the first track to be taken from her forthcoming album Hands due out on 27th May 2022.Whoever is the editor of the video deserves a massive round of applause! The idea to chop and change various characters …

Everything seems to be pointing to Simon Green, aka Bonobo having an even bigger 2022 than last year. Already at the forefront of dance music, his new album Fragments is out via the ever brilliant Ninja Tune label on January 14th. He’s pulled in a load of collaborators including Jamila Woods, Jordan Rakei amongst others. …

‘Celadon Fives’ is the new single released by Carapace through their own label Replica Recordings.  Carapace starting producing music during lockdown boredom and his DIY approach extends to the videos. Previous single ‘Blorenj’ is a euphoric rave dance track and ‘Celadon Fives‘ follows in a similar vein, if a little gentler.  The video is very …

17 years in the making, comes the first new album from legendary synth-pop duo Tears for Fears. Out on February 25th via Concord Records the pair have just released the video for the title track of the record, The Tipping Point. Of the process of making The Tipping Point, Roland Orzabel says Before everything went …

The first thing you hear on the track ‘Saints and Liars’ is a thumping 808 bass, setting the scene for this dark intrusive track, exploring themes such as tyranny, and human hypocrisy, the contrast is seen in the beautiful gleaming synths and the deep cutting industrial style bass and synths. The lyrical content speaks of …

“If the last year has shown us anything it’s that we can live without many things, but to be away from our closest companions is the biggest challenge of all, We wanted to write about the ones that are with us and the ones that are not, and show how much we appreciate them. When …

Half Waif aka Nandi Rose

Half Waif (aka Nandi Rose) may have released an album only last year, but she is back with a new track and video “Orange Blossoms”. The A-side of a new 7″ which the prolific artist promises is the start of a new chapter of work for 2021. The synths are dialled back, the vocals are …

MAKING history as the “first album created by a person while they were still inside the womb”, the creation of Luca Yupanqui’s music was aided by her parents – her mother the bassist of psych-rock band Psychic Ills, and her father a Lee Scratch Perry collaborator – using biosonic MIDI technology to translate the vibrations …

Legendary trip-hop band Morcheeba have announced their new, tenth studio album is out on May 14th 2021. From it they’ve released the first glimpse of what we can expect from the duo Sky Edwards and Ross Godfrey, with a video for their new single, ‘Sounds of Blue’. As with most other artists, the lockdown stripped …

Ex en Provence is collaboration between ex Le Shark man Samuel Deschamps and Berlin based Jan Blumentrath ((Intergalactic Republic of Kongo) / Ora The Molecule / Eliot Sumner). After meeting on tour in with their previous incarnations, they started the project proper underneath a Snooker hall in Stoke Newington, on the site of a former …