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Moodboard: Blouse

Following up from their debut self-titled album, Blouse took the whole evolution process to regenerative proportions. Where Blouse was pumped with dreamy synths and electronic drum machines, their sophomore release, Imperium, see’s the band shed the aforementioned elements and record the album entirely with “instruments that don’t plug into the

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Moodboard: Maxïmo Park

Tyneside indie rock stalwarts Maxïmo Park return early next year with their much-anticipated fifth album, Too Much Information. A self-produced affair – with added input from the ever-impressive Dave Okumu, and Field Music‘s core brotherly duo of David and Peter Brewis – it’s a darkly insurgent effort;

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Moodboard: Teengirl Fantasy

While students at Oberlin College, Nick Weiss and Logan Takahashi connected over a shared love of classic house and techno records that prompted them to make their colourful a-typical dance music. In the fall of 2010, True Panther Sounds and Merok released Teengirl Fantasy’s debut LP, 7AM. Titled after

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Moodboard: Audioglider

While his debut album may only be coming out this year, Audioglider is hardly a new artist. Having released tracks in the 90s under various pseudonyms (including Backdoor man and Pastaboy), Audioglider’s first big break came in when two tracks were released on Nick Warren’s GU30 Paris, followed by two …

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BOTW Moodboard: Mas Ysa

When it comes to the story behind Mas Ysa‘s Thomas Arsenault, the press have been quick to jump on the nomadic angle behind the songwriter and producer’s history, and in many ways you can’t blame them: the Woodstock-based musician grew up in Montreal, before spending his adolescence in Brazil

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Moodboard: I Break Horses

Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck’s second full-length as I Break Horses, Chiaroscuro, is a rather sublime thing. Whether the Swedish duo are dabbling in lurching witch-gaze (‘Medicine Brush‘, ‘Berceuse‘) or blissful, escapist synth-pop (‘Denial‘), what really comes through is the clarity and

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Moodboard: Denitia & Sene

Denitia & Sene hail from Brooklyn, New York City. However, while Brooklyn has become synonymous with hipsters, slowly being gentrified into an extension of Manhatten, Denitia & Sene’s sound is a soothing antidote to the chaos of urban sprawl and regeneration. Tapping into the remaining creativity the New York borough …

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Moodboard: Sylvan Esso

Like the slinky, penicillin and the microwave, some of the greatest things have been discovered by accident. Sometimes the world has a way of amalgamating stuff that just comes together. Sylvan Esso, much like these loved inventions, came about entirely by chance. Comprised of Amelia Meath (Mountain Man) and Nick …

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BOTW Moodboard: Glass Animals

While their debut album isn’t out until later in the year, there is already a humongous amount of buzz surrounding Oxfordshire quartet, Glass Animals. This hype has only been exacerbated by the involvement of super producer and songwriter, Paul Epworth – you know, the guy that has worked and

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Moodboard: South London Ordnance

In the very near future (19th of May, to be precise), South London Ordnance is going to release his second EP with Hotflush Recordings. ‘Contact’ is going to be an extended four-track EP, which, according to the press release, is going to showcase artist’s ability to create a brooding atmosphere. …

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