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Guest Playlist: Dum Dum Girls

Dum Dum Girls returned only this year with their new album, Too True. Initially, writing for the record started in the summer of 2012, a period which songwriter, Dee Dee Penny, found difficult. The writing process – a seemingly lonely and trying time for Dee Dee -  took its

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BOTW Playlist: LAW

We’ve spent a lot of time this week talking about how ascendant Edinburgh songwriter Lauren Holt, aka LAW, has been revitalising pop, soul and hip-hop by deconstructing all three genres and reforming them into strange – and wonderful – new shapes. Her knack for doing so is hardly something

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Interview: Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett is a woman who doesn’t mince her words. She’s a natural storyteller with literal lyrics consisting of day-to-day observations about gardening accidents, masturbation and the people she meets along the way.

At just 25-years-old, she’s forging an independent, self-sufficient path in many ways; starting her own record label

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Now Hear This: 02/11/13

We’re not really about lists. We like longform interviews and in-depth analysis; wordy think-pieces and lengthy reports. But that’s partly because we’re music-loving writers and there’s nothing we love more than the sound of a keyboard clacking satisfyingly with the sound of our own thoughts. Hey, at least we’re honest.

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Guest Playlist: Seekae

It’s all change in the world of Aussie electronic trio Seekae. Not only have the antipodean three-piece signed to the much-lauded Future Classic imprint (Flume, Jagwar Ma, Classixx), their as-of-yet untitled next album – due early next year – is going to be their first

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Moodboard: Milo Greene

On the back of their hugely acclaimed, self-titled debut album, which dropped earlier this year on the legendary Fierce Panda, we asked indie-rock quintet Milo Greene to put together a moodboard of the things that inspire them; whether that be The Doobie Brothers, Lucky Charms or Will

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Album Review: School Of Seven Bells – Ghostory

The concept album. It can be so, so great or so terribly, terribly bad. For every Sufjan Stevens there’s Lou Reed’s Metal Machine Music to assault your ears. There never seems to be much in between.

Which brings us to School Of Seven Bells and Ghostory, an album which loosely …

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