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Album Review: Inc. – No World

It feels strange to be saying this in November (and to have been saying it for months): but I promise that No World is one of the best albums of 2013. On No World, the brothers Aged (Andrew and Daniel) who constitute inc. make good the promise shown by …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #25

London In Stereo has a host of killer line-ups this week. Their picks include Melody’s Echo Chamber, San Zhi and Flight Facilities. If New Music weren’t saving up the pennies for our trip to Berlin next week (Modeselektor at Berghain? Yes please!), we’d go to Chromatics, Kindness and Eddi Front.


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Festival Report: Way Out West – Thursday

You’ve probably heard this a thousand times about a thousand different cities, but Gothenburg is really unlike anywhere else; its quiet charm and incredible musical landscape work perfectly together leaving the tired “little London” references a little more than antiquated. We’re here exploring the city in the name of Way …



Pitchfork’s Paris Festival lineup gets even better

Yeah, we didn’t think it was possible either. It seems, however, that a few choice additions have actually made the Pitchfork Festival Paris lineup more incredible. New acts include the many syllabled Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Cloud Nothings, Disclosure (who have a shiny new video) and our latest BOTW, …



Øya Festival Lineup Grows

Øya Festival in Norway has announced new additions to its lineup.

Metronomy, Willis Earl Beal, Best Coast, Chromatics and a variety of other acts will take to the stage over the course of the weekend, between 7-11 August, joining headliners Björk, The Black Keys and The



N57 Test Driving: Chromatics – Kill For Love

It’s hard for me to write about the Chromatics, harder than I realised on starting. They’re the femme fatale I met in a high-end Hong Kong hotel bar on some impossible business trip, who’ve disrupted every love ever since with their damaged perfection and unattainability. They cast a pall; …