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BOTW Premiere: Tensnake – ‘Love Sublime’ (Ewan Pearson remix)

You only have to look at the accompanying clip for Tensnake‘s Nile Rodgers and Fiora-featuring ‘Love Sublime’ to get a sense of the nocturnal themes at play in the track. The video, which focuses in on the wonder of a city’s after hours away from the club circuit, …

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BOTW Interview: Daughn Gibson

Listening to Me Moan, the second album from Pennsylvania’s Daughn Gibson, and hearing the titular vocalist’s husky baritone, it’s hard not to imagine an imposing, brooding statue of a singer. When Notion’s Alex Cull met the man behind the growl in a dingy East London pub, he instead

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BOTW Tips: Daughn Gibson

When Daughn Gibson sat down with Notion’s Alex Cull for a beer in a dimly lit, backwater London pub, the surprisingly sunny Pennsylvanian was armed to the teeth with recommendations of weird and wonderful music tips. Here, we run down a selection of Gibson’s favourite thrift store finds and connoisseur’s

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Video Premiere: Regal Safari – ‘Closer’

Finally, a morphsuit put to good use. Directed by Michael Coursey comes this breathtaking new video to accompany ‘Closer’, the latest track from Brighton producer duo Regal Safari. Offsetting their urban industrial settings are glorious galactic dancers, creating the same beauty-in-the-void effect as the music they move to. Likely …

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Introducing: Alek Fin

California-based producer Alek Fin plies his trade in woozy, dream-like sonic spaces that conjure a very early hours sense of isolation. Evoking the reverberant ghostliness of Burial, the processed soulfulness of James Blake and the scattered, syncopated beats of Four Tet, his recently released Mull EP marks an incredibly promising …

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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 …

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Album Review: Holy Other – Held

Held, the debut full-length from mysterious Manchester-based producer Holy Other, starts with a low rumble – keep this at the forefront of your mind. It marks the beginning of a carefully constructed sense of unease that permeates even the most soothing moments of Held. It’s a mood that …

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EP Review: Alby Daniels – This Dawn

By now, we all know that to a certain extentdubstep developed out of UK garage. This Dawn, the latest EP from Alby Daniels, has our artist combine the two genres which, when you think about it, makes a good deal of sense given that both genres are based on the …

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Introducing: The Chain

Not content with pushing the boundaries of current electronic music as the A&R man for R&S Records, picking up such era defining gems as James Blake’s “CMYK EP” alongside artists such as Untold, Pariah, Vondelpark, Blawan, Lone and Space Dimension Controller; Dan Foat has once more teamed up with Nathan …

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