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Now Hear This: 19/10/13

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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Moodboard: Mausi

This week on PlanetNotion, we’re offering a selection of the hottest new acts on the festival circuit this year the chance to shout about the things they love. From a playlist of Syron‘s festival bangers to a run-through of just where Wolf Alice get all that energy from, all

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Moodboard: Wolf Alice

This week on PlanetNotion, we’re offering a selection of the hottest new acts on the festival circuit this year the chance to shout about the things they love. From a playlist of Syron‘s festival bangers to a run-through of all the weird and wonderful things that make Mausi tick,

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My Top 5: Bondax

This week on PlanetNotion, we’re offering a selection of the hottest new acts on the festival circuit this year the chance to shout about the things they love. From a playlist of Syron‘s festival bangers to a run-through of all the weird and wonderful things that make Mausi tick,

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New Video: Mausi – ‘Move’

Sometimes bands churning out “feel-good” music can fall into the territory of also being incredibly cheesy, but Mausi have side-stepped this. The four-piece band have managed to create uplifting synth-drenched tracks which are kind of songs you can cruise along to in your car with the windows down, without feeling …

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Beyond Northern Rock #3: Time

Sometimes it’s hard to piece together exactly how time passed. Whether euphoric misremembering or exhausted forgetfulness, there’s no conceivable way to explain how the moments which become minutes became a month. All that remains are fragments, blurred and elusive. Thankfully, music is inexplicably and endlessly being tied and knotted about …

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