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Introducing: Anushka

After forming in Brighton two years ago, it almost seems that singer & producer duo Max Wheeler and Victoria Port’s relationship has been touched by the candied sweetness of their self-described vocal bass sound, whether it’s consuming cake in the studio on their first hangout session, eating pastries at Giles


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Moodboard: Salt Ashes

When I first heard Salt Ashes, aka Veiga Sanchez, I fell immediately in love. It happens a few times a year that I find a song so incredibly amazing that my brain can’t focus on anything else. While she was touted as sounding like Kylie (which is no bad …



BOTW Moodboard: Frankie Rose

On the back of her momentous, crystalline second album, Herein Wild, Brooklyn’s Frankie Rose takes on a visual tour of the things that inspire her – from sci-fi visionaries to lo-fi filmmakers.

If there’s one common link you can draw between Rose’s last two solo albums, it’s exploration. Whether …



Album Review: Anna von Hausswolff – Ceremony

Looking at the song titles on Anna von Hausswolff’s second record, Ceremony, you get the impression that the Swedish singer has something of an obsession with death. It opens with ‘Epitaph of Theodor’, followed by ‘Deathbed’, while the second half of the album boasts …



Live Review: Field Day 2013

When every mention of Field Day makes some reference to it being a ‘hipster’s festival’, the temptation to reel out the snide innuendo was so great I nearly fell off my fixie bike, sold my cupcake business, grew out my undercut and released a limited edition, digital only EP of …



Interview: Anushka

Anushka is a relatively new, innovative house duo from Brighton. They’ve just recently dropped their debut EP Yes Guess, garnering interest from all over the place, including Planet Notion. We had the rare privilege of interviewing these creative artists about their unique sound, influences, musical process, and aspirations for



Moodboard: Say Lou Lou

Dreamy Australian-Swedish electro twins Miranda and Elektra Kilbey – aka Say Lou Lou (NB the name change) - make pop music that is both dark and light, ethereal and euphoric. Following the release of their second single, ‘Julian’ and ahead of a European tour supporting synthpoppers Hurts, we



Moodboard: Feathers

We caught up with Feathers only a matter of weeks ago. Since then they have announced the release of their debut single ‘Land of the Innocent’  on 25th February, closely followed by their debut album ‘If All Now Here’ on 15th April. Their single is a blend of



VIDEO & DOWNLOAD: Bo Bruce – ‘The Fall’

Today, we’re delighted to bring you the new video from The Voice runner-up and all-round folky firebrand Bo Bruce, ‘The Fall’. Sounding somewhere in between Florence and Bat for Lashes, ‘The Fall’ builds gracefully from resonant, piano-led introversion to a huge crescendo ripe with pining, sustained strings and lush …



Mercury Prize 2012: Who We Like & Hope Might Win

The Mercurys are back! With the announcement for the longlist of the best British album of the last year happening TOMORROW, we’ve characteristically put together a few last-minute…not predictions really, more just records that we really, really like and hope are given some recognition. 4 choices each from Michael,