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Moodboard: Kove

Sussex born Kove first became interested in music production in 2006.  Over the course of the following years he honed his skills, producing an electro-pop band before embarking on an adventure into dance music. His introduction came in 2010, after being invited to watch Brookes Brothers in 2010. Enthralled by …

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Guest Playlist: Robert DeLong

First coming to wider attention earlier this year with the indie disco-friendly throb of breakout single ‘Global Concepts‘, it’s been intriguing to watch the rise of Seattle’s Robert DeLong in 2013. Toeing a fine line between mid-noughties indietronica and more club-ready sounds, DeLong’s had a whirlwind year with

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Interview: Sebastian Palomar

Earlier this month, we sent Jack Urwin for an early evening swim with the inimitable Sebastian Palomar in celebration of the electronic musician’s latest album, The Physical and Emotional Benefits of Swimming. As the title gives away, it’s a tribute to Palomar’s favourite de-stressing [not to be misread as

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Moodboard: Battle Lines

August was a pretty busy month for Leeds’ Battle Lines. Not only did the stratospheric four-piece unveil their latest single, ‘Colonies‘ – a lofty, uproarious outing that toes the line between dream-pop atmospherics and noise rock cacophony – but they also found the time to play at …

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BOTW Playlist: Casimir

With their debut EP, Not Mathematics, currently causing a stir in all the right places, we asked our BOTW – Bristol alt-rockers Casimir – to put together a playlist of the tunes that have inspired their monumental, infectious indie. At 20 songs long, it’s a pretty in-depth blueprint of …

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Album Review: Moscow Youth Cult – Happiness Machines

Happiness Machines, the debut album by Moscow Youth Cult, was inspired by the title of an Adam Curtis documentary which examined the Freud and rise of the modern techniques of mass-consumer persuasion.

It makes sense in a lot of ways. Jon Dix & Daniel O’Donnell-Smith, the two men …

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