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In Focus: Amsterdam Dance Event

Every autumn, as the Ibiza glow starts to dissipate, the electronic music industry descends on Amsterdam for one last hurrah before the year’s out. ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) is where pretty much everyone in the world of dance music heads to each year for a chance to meet up, discuss



Review: All Gone Pete Tong @ Air

Now a firm fixture within the ADE calendar, Pete Tong always arrives at Club AIR with a slew of fresh edits in his locker. With his exclusive ADE shows at the club, he always delivers on music and line-ups and this year was no different. Fellow Radio 1 big hitter …



Guest Playlist: Moodoïd

In honour of the recent release of his self-titled debut EP, we’re making Parisian psych-popper Pablo Padovani – aka Moodoïd – a cultural ambassador to the UK for the day [yes, we have the power to do that - Ed.]. Here, the Melody’s Echo Chamber guitarist walks us through



Guest Playlist: Scenic

Ahead of their debut EP, Shockwaves, dropping later this month on Future Classic, we pondered long and hard over what type of guest playlist we’d like Perth space rockers Scenic to put together. In the end, we decided to let them go with what they know: epic cosmic



Album Review: Midnight Juggernauts – Uncanny Valley

First forming in 2004, Melbourne alt. electronica trio Midnight Juggernauts return with their third full-length, Uncanny Valley, this month. It comes off the back of their 2007 debut album, Dystopia, and its 2010 successor, The Crystal Axis, which won the Australian Independent Record Awards (AIR) for Best …



Headphone Highlights with Tomorrow’s World

Here at Planet Notion we, much like everyone else, can’t seem to get enough of Tomorrow’s World, the dreamy electro-pop team-up of Jean-Benoit Dunckel (Air) and Lou Hayter (New Young Pony Club). Their debut single ‘So Long My Love‘ made waves and resulted …



Album Review: Tomorrow’s World – s/t

Tomorrow’s World is a concoction of one-part Jean-Benoît Dunckel of French electronic band Air, and the other part Lou Hayter of British indie synth-pop band New Young Pony Club. History has shown us that Anglo-French collaborations have powerful potential for success; first we had the Eurostar, then we …



Club Beat #116: Preview: Neon Noise Project @ Fire, March 9th

The full line-up for Neon Noise Project’s upcoming night at Fire Vauxhall on 9th March has been announced. The event will feature Lindstrøm live as well as Marc Romboy, Russ Yallop, Foamo, Fort Romeau and Warm DJs, joining the previously announced Booka Shade.

Let’s have a closer look at this …



Introducing: Snakadaktal

With a name that’s equal parts snake, pterodactyl and Mesoamerican mysticism, Melbourne’s Snakadaktal are definitely a colourful proposition. The fact they’ve just joined forces with venerable tastemaker label Young & Lost Club for their debut UK single Air/Dance Bear only piqued our interest further.

And, deservedly so. The gently …


Creatures of an Hour

Album Review: Still Corners – ‘Creatures Of An Hour’

For a band whose sound is likened to the expansiveness of Ennio Morricone, it’s almost inconceivable that their debut long player – Creatures of an Hour – lasts a mere 31 minutes. Still Corners have somehow managed to shoe-horn a genuinely stunning soundscape into that timeframe, a trick made doubly …