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Introducing: Armeria

Listening back to Armeria‘s official debut single, ‘Not the Same’/’Everyday’, it’s hard not to get swept in the dancefloor romance cultivated by the frighteningly young Leeds producer. The man behind the alias, 19-year-old Jake Norman, spins sparkling slabs of resplendent modern house; tracks full of a wide-eyed optimism that



Interview: Jen Long on Cassette Store Day

Last month, BuzzFeed posted one of its ‘listicles’ that provoked an outpouring of derision and abuse from music fans everywhere.  Entitled ’35 Music Experiences You’ll Never Have Again’ – and containing things like ‘in-stores’ and ‘reading the liner notes’ – it seemed to state that music on physical …



BOTW Review: Pure Bathing Culture – Moon Tides

Feeling in the mood for some slow jamz? Not the Kanye kind – the chilled out, ethereal Portland, Oregon kind. The everything-is-shimmering-and-beautiful kind. You are?! Great. Get your hands on this.

Pure Bathing Culture (aka Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman) have, on this their debut album, delineated their own specific …



Stay Bless feat. Dev Hynes & Samantha Urbani – ‘Faded’

Independent record label, 37 Adventures, have recently revealed their newest recruit – Stay Bless. Their new track ‘Faded’, features the flawless duo of Dev Hynes and Samantha Urbani, and is lifted from the forthcoming EP of the same name.

‘Faded’ was originally written after a relationship broke …


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Daughn Gibson’s brand new video for ‘Kissin’ on the Blacktop’

Lifted from his new album Me Moanex-trucker Daughn Gibson’s Kissin’ on the Blacktop has been given a turbulent new video, mixing bittersweet and dark undertones with vicious, over-the-top technicolour. As we’ve previously reported at Planet Notion, we love Gibson.

With the stature of The Hulk but being …



BOTW Review: Daughn Gibson – Me Moan

This album might be referred to as a ‘sophomore’ release from Pennsylvania’s Daughn Gibson, following his debut long-player All Hell. Although, the institutional metaphor doesn’t seem to fit in this particular context. You get the feeling that Daughn Gibson is too much of a free agent for that …



Album Review: Empire of the Sun – Ice on the Dune

After five years, Australian duo Empire of the Sun ignite their second album, Ice on the Dune, with the orchestral ‘Lux’. Precisely one minute and twenty-six seconds of Ancient Egyptian melodic mantras, snake-charming refrains and epic drum rolls build anticipation for a record we almost gave up waiting for. …



Notion 063 Interview: Kurt Vile

Unruffled singer-songwriter Kurt Vile describes the creation of his latest record, Wakin’ On A Pretty Daze, as a simple piece of cake. Ringing out a newly ambitious classic rock sound, Huw Oliver meets him just as he scores the winning goal in this exclusive from Notion 063. Order your copy


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Tips For 2013 Advent #14: Milo Greene

We were told about Milo Greene a couple of months ago, and on hearing they sound like Fleetwood Mac we had to give them a listen. And the comparison is valid – the crux of their début album is made from female and male vocal harmonies mixed with traditional, mellow …



Interview: Alexis Barrell

With selling points presently in Europe, the U.S, Australia and Asia as well as a show in the most prestigious fashion event of the year, London Fashion Week, London-based designer Alexis Barrell is definitely one to keep an eye on. Her autumn winter ’12 collection undeniably represents her talent, making