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My #RSD13: James Blake’s James Blake

With James Blake‘s self-titled debut album seeing a Record Store Day reissue this weekend, Seb Law and Alex Cull decided the time was nigh to revisit – and debate – what’s been one of the most divisive dubstep releases in recent years.

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Album Review: Willy Moon – Here’s Willy Moon

Willy Moon had my attention from the moment I realised his name is Willy Moon. A name with star quality – and vaguely amusing, don’t ya’ think? A definite change from his forgettable birth-identity, William Sinclair, to something reflecting his music – music that is anything but easily forgotten and …

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Festival Report – Way Out West: Friday

We’re not quite sure how it happened but we think we ended up at a rave on top of a hill on Thursday night and well our head, legs and pride are still hurting a little bit as Friday’s mid afternoon park line-up begins to beckon. If anyone could coax …

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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

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Album Review: Boy – Mutual Friends

It seems everybody these days is talking about the difficulties faced by attractive women. (By now you have probably heard that hot girls have problems too.) Valeska Steiner and Sonja Glass, collectively known as Boy, are surely not exempt from this grievous prejudice.

It is all too easy to dismiss …

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Reykjavik Music Mess

Preview: Reykjavik Music Mess Festival

This weekend sees the return of Reykjavik Music Mess, an annual festival of new music held in the Icelandic capital.

The delightfully monikered event is spread across two venues in central Reykjavik, and features artists from Iceland and beyond. This year Liverpudlian flautist Laura J Martin, Mancunian singer-songwriter …

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Interview: Bonjay Discuss The Creative Process Behind Their Music

Meet Ian and Allana, who together form the exciting group Bonjay. Their name being derived from Grenadian patois, meaning ‘Good Lord!”, it’s no surprise that the duo are working up a storm worldwide. Their latest single ‘Stumble’ is the first of many more to come, as we talk about their

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