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New Track: High Contrast and Claire Maguire – ‘Who’s Loving You (Part 2)’

As his name suggests, contrast is the key and High Contrast has continued to defy conventional bass boundaries since he signed to Hospital Records in 2000. His music seems to rapidly progress from one year to the next comfortably hybridising samba, jazz and hip hop elements to the eminent 160 …


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New Album: Giana Factory – Lemon Moon

It’s 2014 and girl bands are still sadly scarce. So there’s something about a fellow female playing her own synth and beating on a drumpad (because we have rage too) that resonates with me. Especially when they play as well as the seamlessly cool Danish trio, Giana Factory.

Whilst you …



Whinnie Williams Presents – Mix Tape Volume 2

With trusty sidekick Brian the poodle at her side, Whinnie Williams is as quirky as she is gorgeous. Once Sunday Girl, the now reformed Whinnie (named so after the first born men in her family) is once again showcasing her honeyed, enticing vocal range with her new Mix Tape, Volume …



Introducing: Jagga

2013 has seen musician, Jagga, leave his record label, which has now allowed him to produce the music he has always wanted to create. His new track, ‘Out Of Control’, is a mid-tempo loop of synths and strong vocals. Jagga steers clear of the generic musical formula of pop …



New track: Sietta

Australian-based duo Sietta have just released the lusciously soulful Let It Go, and PlanetNotion absolutely loves it.

Opening through a gently verse, Let It Go is a primal hulking mass that feels natural and gloriously primordial. Caiti Baker’s voice is given an empty cavernous space to delicately fill before …



Introducing: Max Marshall

At just 21 years-old Max Marshall has already established a successful career in fashion. When she isn’t creating 1940s-inspired bespoke clothing, making wigs for Lady Gaga or working for French designer Charlie Le Mindu, Marshall turns to her other passion, music.

Writing music since 14, the Baltimore-born-London-based multi-instrumentalist has …



I Am A Camera release brand new video for The Legendary Children

With influences as diverse as Deee-lite and Roy Lichtenstein, electro-pop duo I Am A Camera have given us their latest offering.

Describing their new single as “a hymn to everyone out there doing it for themselves”, I Am Camera release The Legendary Children after the success of both Factory


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BOTW Interview: San Zhi

We speak to our BOTW about how they got together, new music, Guillaume Briere, Sam Duckworth, and popcorn death.

You’re a fairly new band, and there’s not much on the internet about you, so tell us about your backgrounds in music.
We first met at a wayward music college in …



Songs for the week #5

Bat For Lashes – Laura
Natasha Khan’s last album featured a song called Daniel (which I always like to think was about me, and not Daniel LaRusso). Now she returns with another name: Laura, a tragic figure stuck in ‘pink blue dream’ who was once the life and soul with …



Album Review: Helium Robots – Voltopia

What is it with electronic music and space, eh? I guess the tone of a synth has always been a great soundtrack to the future. And if you’re a fan of musicians that sound like they’ve engaged in time-travel and enjoy conveying their visions of the year 3000 via pop …