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Album Premiere: Breton – War Room Stories

If Breton‘s debut full-length, 2012′s Other People’s Problems, felt like a very domestic affair – its foreboding artwork featured South London’s imposing Heygate Estate, while much of its subject matter appeared geared towards life in the nation’s capital – the quintet’s second album, War Room Stories, is …


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New Track: Py – ‘Polyethers’

No, not PSY. London-based singer-songwriter Py grabbed our attention last year with the stunning ‘Tripping On Wisdom‘ – a 40-minute mixtape featuring collaborations with the likes of Breton, Lapalux, George Fitzgerald, Throwing Snow and Raffertie . The electro songstress now returns with ‘Polyethers’. Hushed …



Album Review: Duologue – Song and Dance

With a much delayed rise to (relative) prominence via the twin evils of reality TV (Road to V) and the third series of Skins, London five-piece Duologue have certainly taken their time with their debut album – I mean, Skins was almost four years ago. This begs …



Preview: Fred Perry Sub-Sonic w/ Tom Vek, Breton, Charli XCX

Continuing their 60th anniversary live shows last month – which included sets from the likes of The Charlatans, Norman Jay and Terry Hall – Fred Perry are set to continue the revelry at London’s Garage on November 21 with a rather stellar line-up.

Headlining the night is multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #24

After a little post-festival season slump in the London music scene, things seem to be stepping up a gear or two on the live scene. This weeks listings from our mates at LiS are a shining example of what brilliant gigs the city has to offer – from


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Notion 55: Breton, Deconstructing The Physical Format

Breton are not just an ordinary band; they are an art collective, residing in a creative space they dub ‘BretonLABS’ where they make film, and of course music, amongst other complementary knick-knacks. A short while ago, Breton sent us a transparent plastic cube engulfing two things: a bespoke web address …



BOTW Video: Breton – Edward The Confessor

We’ve totally hyped up Breton‘s swazz video making skills but now’s the chance to see for yourself just how clever they are. ‘Edward The Confessor’ is gritty, black and white Top Boy-esque  footage of youngsters on a council estate that eventually lose their tempo at the end of …



BOTW Interview: Breton

Our Band Of The Week, Breton, tell us why the internet has made music videos more of a necessity, and profess their love for Walter Murch, as well as explaining the aspects behind their surrealist sonic creations.

Why should people listen to your music above that of any other



BOTW Download: Breton – The Commission

Yesterday, we introduced you to our BOTW, Breton. Today, we are bringing you a free, exclusive download of their excellent track, ‘The Commission’. Awash with ethereal, glitchy samples, punctuated by an uneven reverberating bass line and echoed vocals, this is our favourite song from Breton’s forthcoming album, Other People’s Problems. …



Introducing our BOTW: Breton

Multimedia music maestros are few and far between; one example is Damien Albarn, who created a cartoon counterpart to complement his music in the form of fictional beat combo The Gorillaz. Since, there has been a flurry of innovation including Amon Tobin‘s use of cinematography to document his …