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NOTHING IS STILL, Leon Vynehall’s third album and his debut outing for Ninja Tune, absolutely elevated the British electronica explorer to the top echelons of cutting-edge creativity in the form; don’t believe me? Luxuriate in the swoon of “From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)” and then come back to me. (Oh yeah, Ninja …

AN ECLECTIC, alt.folk(ish) singer-songwriter with a lovely, raggedy edge to her song fashioning, French-born but London based Clémentine March is close to a perfect match for Johnny Lynch’s Lost Map imprint, homespun and vital, operating from the fastnesses of the Inner Hebridean island of Eigg (current pop: 47). She debuted for Lost Map last year …

IF YOU thought a mere four albums in 2020 – the twin suns of Protean Threat and its through-the-looking-glass rerub Panther Rotate, the limited Metamorphose and the cassette-only Levitation Sessions – would maybe dry the wellspring of Osees’ John Dwyer, well boy! were you ever wrong; he’s back with a new associate project, who are …

ERLAND COOPER wraps up a year in which he’s brought us much light, creativity and joy with one final aural missive, the choral EP, Eynhallow, out today on Phases. Hether Blether, the concluding chapter of the Orkney Trilogy, seduced everyone who came into its welcoming arms in June, with its delicacy, its history, its cultural …

IF ONE artist was going to send out a press release for their new record styled on the redacted copy of a government report it is Darren Cunningham, aka Actress. Cryptic, obtuse, secretive and illusive, Cunningham has been the checkpoint of the techno/electronic border crossing for over a decade now. There have been seminal releases …

BRISTOL’S technicolour party breaks outfit The Allergies are on a personal mission to make sure 2020 has some essential vibe and groove – we need it, right? They’ve already given it the essential zizz and sass over the summer with the soul-funk groove of “Felony”, and the Cuban Brothers-guesting Latin hipswing of “Let Them Know”; …

EERIE soundtrack overlord John Carpenter has released a brace of new songs digitally ahead of a dizzying array of vinyl options in late August. The two songs, “Skeleton” and “Unclean Spirit”, are the first music outside the soundtrack sphere that John has released in four years. Both tracks were again produced in collaboration with his …

Taken from their debut album Deer Friends, out on July 29th via IndoorShoes, Woods & water is the new track from Niagra / Toronto quartet Limestone Chorus. Describing the album and track as being “heavily rooted in the merging of two themes, our love for Mother Nature and a love for human connection. These themes …