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Moodboard: I Break Horses

Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck’s second full-length as I Break Horses, Chiaroscuro, is a rather sublime thing. Whether the Swedish duo are dabbling in lurching witch-gaze (‘Medicine Brush‘, ‘Berceuse‘) or blissful, escapist synth-pop (‘Denial‘), what really comes through is the clarity and



Guest Playlist: Robert DeLong

First coming to wider attention earlier this year with the indie disco-friendly throb of breakout single ‘Global Concepts‘, it’s been intriguing to watch the rise of Seattle’s Robert DeLong in 2013. Toeing a fine line between mid-noughties indietronica and more club-ready sounds, DeLong’s had a whirlwind year with


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New Fashion Photography 4: Tim Richardson

In today’s feature on “New Fashion Photography” (Prestel), we speak to Tim Richardson.

A regular contributor to Dazed & Confused, V and Elle, director and photographer Tim Richardson explores the relationship between movement and the body, a relationship that he markedly manipulates through the photographic filtering



Video Premiere: FEMME – ‘Double Trouble’

Ah, the debut double A-side: that most confident of introductory salvos. With her premiere duet of tracks, South London vocalist and producer Laura Bettinson, aka FEMME, unleashes a dyad of delights: the groovesome, swooning ‘Double Trouble’ and the lurching, seductive ‘Educated‘. What more would you expect though …


News: David Lynch & Lykke Li – ‘I’m Waiting Here’

One would expect nothing short of stunning from a collaboration between David Lynch and Lykke Li, and “I’m Waiting Here” doesn’t disappoint. The track comes from the cult director’s sophomore album, The Big Dream, which follows up his 2011 musical debut Crazy Clown Time. Perfectly balanced are …



Interview: Tomorrow’s World

Tomorrow’s World is the new partnership of Jean-Benoit Dunckel (Air) and Lou Hayter (New Young Pony Club). With the first album from this exciting electronic duo having been released this month, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to interview them. Tomorrow’s World talks to Notion’s prolific office



Hurts Takeover Week: Films

Next up in our series of features exploring the influences of Notion 062 cover stars Hurts is the band’s filmic influences; find out below what movies have been influencing the duo’s distinctly cinematic take on synthpop.

1. Wild at Heart (1990)

Based on the 1989 novel of the same name, …



Video: Lola’s Bad – Drown With Me

One of the most visually arresting clips we’ve seen for a while, the debut video from part-Brit, part-Greek multimedia duo Lola’s Bad ‘Drown with Me’ is a decadent, luxurious critique of self-indulgent contemporary pop. It’s the video equivalent of a golden era Vaughn Oliver album cover for 4AD; bold, primary …



Curiouser and Curiouser: Club Silencio

Your descent into Silencio is either a tumble through the rabbit hole or walking into another posh nightclub. The latest addition to the Parisian night scene is a fragment of David Lynch’s brain, and how you devour Silencio hinges on your relationship with the multimedia artist’s work.

The night my …



Album Review: Twin Sister – In Heaven

In Heaven is the debut album from Long Island quintet Twin Sister. Ears started twitching with the release of their first EP ‘Vampires With Dreaming Kids’ in 2008 and last year’s ‘Color Your Life’ brought the band firmly within hearing. ‘Color Your Life’ earned them much acclaim, as well as …