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Guest Playlist: Wild Swim

Cinematic is a word thrown around far too much these days when it comes to describing music. In the case of Oxford’s Wild Swim, however, it feels entirely apt. The five-piece – whose latest single ‘New Dawn‘ is out on Monday via Almanac Recordings – dabble in

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Album Review: Andy Stott – Luxury Problems

I have a friend, who is a designer and developer, who loves Andy Stott. Like, LOVES Andy Stott. Which is fitting – Stott’s recent work has taken the form of scorched earth house and weeping assembly-line techno, and there’s a brooding ambient angry modernity in Stott which fits the …

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BOTW Interview: Matthew Dear

We talk to Matthew Dear about the evolution of his solo work, his different outlets, collaborative work, and of course his new album Beams.

When you released Black City, I felt there was a distinct change in the feel of your music. There was a kind of switch from

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BOTW Interview: Kwes

A while ago PlanetNotion met with Kwes, and have a chat over multiple cups of tea. We talked about tons of things: his childhood, Power Rangers, joint mixtapes with Micachu, prog, The Congo, and conquering shyness.

I saw you play with Micachu at the South Bank Centre a month or

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