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Playlist: Billon

London based producers, Ed Butler and Robbie Lamond, formed Billon at the start of 2013. From the moment they uploaded their work on to Soundcloud, both tracks ‘Turn It Around’ and ‘Hurt Me’, were discovered and supported by Skream on Radio 1. The boys’ distinctive sound combines modern production techniques …



Moodboard: Owlle

French singer, Owlle, hails from the school of Robyn; darkly danceable electropop with hints of euphoria, yet all tinged with sadness. It really is the best kind (as I’ve said a million times). There is a, as her name suggest, a nocturnal quality to her songs, a hazy trudge



Meet our BOTW: Mas Ysa

At the heart of Thomas Arsenault’s music as Mas Ysa – which we can only assume is a play on Mazzy Star – and behind its layers of rustling synths and serenely intoxicating textures lies a songwriter’s heart, in the truest, folksiest sense of the word. Whether the 30-year-old, Woodstock-based



BOTW Moodboard: East India Youth

With his much-anticipated debut album, Total Strife Forever, finally seeing release this week, London-via-Bournemouth’s William Doyle – aka East India Youth – has drawn upon a smorgasbord of inspirations; from Brian Eno to Detroit techno, from Radiohead to Sufjan Stevens‘ sprawling The Age of Adz. It’s the



Meet our BOTW: East India Youth

Since coming out of the shadows of widely-tipped indie pop four-piece Doyle & the Fourfathers back in 2012, William Doyle – aka East India Youth – has been on a voyage of sonic rediscovery. Immersing himself in an entirely new creative process under the moniker, the Bournemouth-via-London producer and vocalist



BOTW Interview: Outfit

With their debut album, Performance, dropping this week on Double Denim, August is looking set to be a very big month for Liverpudlian five-piece Outfit. We caught up with three members of the group – brothers Andrew and Nick Hunt, and Thomas Gorton – for a chat



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



BOTW Playlist: Wild Nothing

With his latest EP, Empty Estate, Wild Nothing‘s Jack Tatum has left behind the more despondent virtues espoused by his first two full-lengths, 2010′s Gemini and last year’s follow-up, Nocturne. Instead, he’s produced a riveting suite comprised of buoyant new wave, motorik post-punk and dabbles in carefully



BOTW Interview: Wild Nothing

Virginian native and indie-pop wunderkind Jack Tatum – aka Wild Nothing – has certainly let himself float stylistically adrift on his latest EP, Empty Estate. What it’s allowed for, though, is a record unafraid to experiment with form and function; one that moves in ways that would have been



News: Limited edition 12″ from Nicholas Jaar

American-Chilean DJ/producer/wunderkind Nicolas Jaar has achieved big things in his 23 years of existence. Jaar started to make organic electronic music at the age of 14, and by 17, he made his outstanding debut with critically acclaimed album, ‘The Student EP‘. Citing minimalist Modernist composer Erik Satie and …