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BOTW Moodboard: Oliver Wilde

From cult children’s TV show Mr. Benn through to Guided By Voices‘ trashy songwriting brilliance, Bristol’s Oliver Wilde has a lot to shout about when it comes to the things that inspire him. Ahead of his debut album, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, seeing release on Howling



BOTW Interview: Oliver Wilde

With his debut full-length, A Brief Introduction to Unnatural Lightyears, quietly shuffling its way to being one of this summer’s most promising indie – in the truest sense of the word – records, Bristol-based ‘dad rocker’ Oliver Wilde appears to be on to a really great thing. Here, he



Introducing our BOTW: Oliver Wilde

Earlier this year, we introduced you to the pastoral folktronica of Wiltshire’s Oliver Wilde and boy were we right to do so. Just a few months down the line, things are really heating up for the now Bristol-based producer and musician: he’s preparing his lofty debut album, A Brief Introduction



Introducing: Oliver Wilde

Brought up in the lonely valleys of Wiltshire, Bristol-based Oliver Wilde creates slow-morphing, introspective folktronica from a plethora of guitar pedals, tape loops and pretty much anything else he stumbles upon. His expansive – yet distinctly lo-fi – sound worlds recall the way in which Flying Saucer Attack and Amp



Introducing: GALPALS

If you’re finding yourself growing weary of the rather formless British winter putting a serious dampener on your day-to-day life, we at PlanetNotion might just have the perfect antidote. First introduced to us courtesy of Bristol’s exemplary Howling Owl Records, Texan garage pop duo GALPALS are seriously over-qualified to …



My Moodboard: TOWNS

In the latest installment of our moodboard series, we’ve called in Towns to go through their inspirations – from fellow musicians, to their very humble “tour van”. 

Ghost World

It captures that 20 something, not want to grow up, being bored in suburbia. It’s very cynical; the characters’ disdain for …