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TO FLIP the orbs from the bright orange to the white, and after that impossibly catchy previous A in particular, “Texas Sun”, Khruangbin are once again joining forces with Leon Bridges for an EP outing; this time entitled Texas Moon, out on February 18th. And after the bright sunbliss of that quartet of songs that …

SYLPH, the new iteration and solo project of the former singer with South London post-punks S.C.U.M., Thomas Cohen, is rounding off his year with a final, four-track EP, Ancient Hole, to which he invited the musical aesthetics of big, cast-iron techno names such as Regis, Terence Fixmer and Nicolas Bougaïeff and composer and singer Anni Hogan. And as well as being …

CAST your mind to a far-off time, if you will: the 1980s and before. And then: the Christmas music you’d hear. Back then, before t’interweb and swipe-right, there wasn’t really a great deal on offer for the discerning music fan come the festive season. There was the glam band having another go at boozy, seasonal …

BRAD WEBER, the Toronto-based electronica artist and otherwise member of Dan Snaith’s acclaimed Caribou project, has returned to his personal breaks project, Pick A Piper, with an EP entitled Sea Steps due on the first Friday in December through the good offices of Tin Angel. Pick A Piper have three albums to their name, the …

SHE’S a multivalent creative force who moved from the mountains of California up to New York to pursue a creative life; but the potent, brooding and mantric gem that is Alison Clancy’s “Mutant Gifts – Live At St John’s” came about mainly as her then-day job went on hold thanks to that viral wrecking ball. …

ORCADIAN genius Erland Cooper has today revealed that his next musical project will be a collaboration with the vocal ensemble Shards, on an EP again an evocation and a love letter to his home archipelago. It’s to be a digital release of four tracks entitled Egilsay, and follows thus in the conceptual footsteps of his …

PHANTOM LIMB, the label headed by James Vella which has, in recent times, released dark and supremely thrilling, challenging works by the likes of Kevin Richard Martin and Richard Skelton, could do no other than welcome the incoming super-triumvirate of Corroded Spiral to its hearthside, upon hearing that trio’s plans to make music together; especially …

CHRIS PORPORA, the artist whose twin album releases from earlier this year, Time Waits For No One and Days Go By, are the gentlest, brittlest sucker punches to the heart and so should be in your turntables if not your Christmas list, isn’t done with dirty old 2021 yet; he’s looking to round off a …

NOW WHOLLY ensconced in what they call a ‘hive mind’ situation in North London, and with their new EP, Walking Machine, poised to be set free on a guitar-lovin’ public on August 6th, FEET today release the summery Noo Yoik fuzz melodies of “Library”, which we’ve got for you below. And a one-two-three-four … “”Library …

AILSA TULLY, the rising Welsh singer-songwriter who’s no stranger to these pages, has announced her new EP, Holy Isle, will be out mid-August on Dalliance Recordings, and has dropped the lead single, the complex, impressionistic indie rock of “Greedy”. Take a listen below. Holy Isle is, in essence, a break-up musically diarised with a difference; …