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Moodboard: Sivu

When things began for Sivu he was working in a call centre. The video for his track, ‘Better Man Than He’, went viral. From that point everything changed. No longer was he reciting from a script surrounded by the drudgery of call centre ‘lolz’, but was in fact inking a …



Live Review: Rae Morris @ The Lexington, 27/02/14

It’s fair to say Blackpool lass Rae Morris has had a rollercoaster couple of years – signing to Atlantic at the tender age of 18, she has gone on to release three EPs and has since toured with the likes of Lianne la Havas, Tom Odell and Noah and



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



Replay takes over Bestival

It was another year of success for Replay as they continued their partnership with Bestival, one of the most renowned UK festivals.

This year became even better than expected at the Replay and Rob da Bank stage which brought festival-goers some of the best music from the inside of …



Interview: Ghostpoet

With his second album, the tongue-twistingly titled ‘Some Say I So I Say Light‘ seeing release this week, Notion’s Lauren Vevers caught up with the ever charismatic Ghostpoet for a chat about the collaborative processes that informed the record, escaping genre-led pigeonholing and what his dream ‘rager’ would



BOTW Album Review: Vondelpark – Seabed

There are a lot of things that are quite provocative about Vondelpark. For a start their debut full-length, Seabed, is coming out on R&S: yes, techno with the black horse. But, Vondelpark sure as hell aren’t techno. In fact, their debut record is about as far as you …



Track Premiere: HVOB – ‘Always Like This’

On their cover of Bombay Bicycle Club‘s ‘Always Like This‘, Viennese electronic duo HVOB – Her Voice Over Boys – supplant the original’s buoyant basslines and melismatic vocal harmonies, choosing instead to dress the track in sumptuous yet spacious textures and mellifluous beats.

It’s a wonderful re-imagining …



BOTW Review: JONQUIL- Point of go

I played the first track of this new album ‘Point Of Go’ and thought it was bloody brilliant! I was initially met with unusual album artwork cover content with a vintage sprinkled, propaganda-like, and mildly de-saturated image collage. The message, I was unsure of, but the music itself spoke volumes.…



Stream: ‘Lights Out, Words Gone’ – Dark Sky Remix

Here’s a wee Tuesday morning treat for ya. Bombay Bicycle Club, only a few small hours ago, released the first remix of the second single ‘Lights Out, Words Gone’ from their third album A Different Kind of Fix. It’s just too exciting. Dark Sky have worked wonders and we …



Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club- ‘A Different Kind Of Fix’

Most bands are afraid to drift from their signature style that earned them a loyal fan base to begin with, churning out album after album that eventually merges into years of same-sounding songs that eventually gets, well, boring. I don’t blame them, however, for being wary of trying something new …