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Young Dreams

Introducing our BOTW: Young Dreams

As the Great British spring gets off to an altogether inauspicious start – looking not unlike the preceding three long months of gloomy winter – you could certainly be forgiven for adopting a similarly bleak disposition. Here at PlanetNotion, we suggest the following daily duties to help shake off those …

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Deptford Goth

BOTW Moodboard: Deptford Goth

Our current BOTW, South London producer Deptford Goth, put together a moodboard of the weird and wonderful things that inspire his downbeat electronica. It’s a list that runs the gamut from the technology that fills his studio, to the fish that keep him company there…

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“I got …

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Video: Lewis Watson – ‘Into the Wild’

Into the Wild‘, the first track unveiled from Lewis Watson‘s forthcoming third EP, The Wild, stands proudly as one of the 20 year-old singer-songwriter’s most fully realised and potent indie-folk songs yet. It’s dominated by hymnal chants, rousing choruses and Watson’s whispered confessionals, all of which …

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Deptford Goth

BOTW Interview: Deptford Goth

We caught up with our current BOTW, soulful South London producer Deptford Goth aka Daniel Woolhouse, for a chat that gets under the surface of his wonderfully accomplished debut album, Life After Defo. In doing so, we discovered the themes that sustain the record, the universality of its appeal,

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Introducing: Dems

London’s Dems have set themselves an ambitious goal for 2013: every other month this year, the soulful electro three-piece will be releasing a free single online. While it’s sure to be quite a challenge for the band’s songwriting chops, if the previously released ‘Christabel‘, and the forthcoming ‘…

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Preview: Oval Space Music w/ Cobblestone Jazz

This Thursday (March 7) sees London’s Oval Space host its first music event of 2013. This year, the venue is aiming to “fuse seminal electronic artists with the multi-purpose warehouse aesthetic that has been so crucial to the rise of East London’s art movements,” and they’re putting their best foot …

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Introducing: The Hics

The Hics‘ soulful, downbeat electronica showcases a wisdom beyond their years. The London six-piece, whose members are all aged between 18 and 21, have already gained admirers in all the right places; recently going as far as to finish runners-up in the Best Breakthrough Act category at Gilles Peterson’s …

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Sir Sly

Introducing: Sir Sly

In an age where songs and groups seem – by and large – to exist in the public consciousness for ever-diminishing periods of time, Sir Sly have been doing something very interesting, indeed. With each resplendent slice of electronic pop rock to emerge from the mysterious LA trio’s home studio, …

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Video: The Flight – Hangman

As we make quantum leaps further and further into a digital age that’s seeing the idea of the album as a conceptual work of art hacked apart by MP3 singles and the ability to download individual tracks as you please, it’s always refreshing to see an act tying their music …

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Moodboard: Swim Deep

With their new single ‘The Sea‘ dropping on March 4 through RCA and Chess Club, we brought in Birmingham’s Swim Deep to put together a moodboard of what makes their fuzz-tinged indie rock tick. Here, they discuss their love for Harry Styles, Neil Armstrong and, well, love

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