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News: ‘Magnetic Field’ installation by These New Puritans

Are you looking for something exciting and unusual to do this week? Like These New Puritans? Want to learn what Magnetic Resonator Piano (MPR) is and experience how it works? Simply want to do something cool to escape the routine? Well, than there is absolutely no reason why you …



Album Review: Hyetal – Modern Worship

Bristol-based producer Hyetal (otherwise known as David Corney) initially came to our attention with his first full-length, Broadcast, in 2011. ‘Hyetal’ – I’m reliably informed by Google – means ‘of or relating to rain or rainy regions’. Like Corney’s debut album, Modern Worship is built on the same foundation …



Interview: Ghostpoet

With his second album, the tongue-twistingly titled ‘Some Say I So I Say Light‘ seeing release this week, Notion’s Lauren Vevers caught up with the ever charismatic Ghostpoet for a chat about the collaborative processes that informed the record, escaping genre-led pigeonholing and what his dream ‘rager’ would


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Interview: Hyetal

Since 2011, Bristol-based electronic artist Hyetal has been a constant presence on the electro circuit. In anticipation of Hyetal’s upcoming album Modern Worship, Notion’s Lauren Vevers sat down with the artist to ask him a few questions about his creative process, musical influences, and his ambitions for the future.



Notion 057: The London Love Issue – OUT NOW

This issue, we’ve gotten all patriotic as we still can’t get over the wealth of British design talent we witnessed at London Fashion Week Autumn Winter 2012. We’ve been speaking to our favourite designers and been dressing the best new musicians in the coolest labels the city has to offer. …



Lusting over Gwilym Gold

Bringing you news on a gorgeously and atmospherically acoustic male artist, Gwilym Gold. His sound is literally golden in this track ‘Lust For Sale.’

So here’s the news: Bronze Club and Paint it Black announce GG’s first headline show in nearly a year! We think everyone should welcome him back …