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Track Premiere: Crystal Bats – ‘Falling in Love’ (Paper Crows Remix)

While Crystal Bats‘ original take on ‘Falling in Love‘ saw the electro-pop duo exploring a strain of nostalgia-laced tropicalia that evoked all the romanticism of those long summer nights, with their remix the pair’s London contemporaries Paper Crows stretch the track’s nursery rhyme simplicity into all the …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #10

London In Stereo’s been busy this weekend, telling us all about their trip to the Hackney Weekender yesterday. Apparently Rihanna was f-a-b-ulous, no surprise. We’re a bit gutted now that we weren’t there – instead PlanetNotion watched the football and got depressed and self-medicated with gin to get over the


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EP Review: Paper Crows – Build

The name exuberates just about everything you’d imagine ‘paper crows’ to be reflected in music; Emma Panas’ vocals are light in texture and Duncan McDougall’s production is dark and sinister like. The South-East London duo’s previous singles ‘Stand Alight’ and ‘Fingertips’ reflect a sense of melancholic electronic pop in contrast …


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MPFree: Paper Crows – Cloudbusting (Kate Bush Cover)

Oh my lordy one of our favourite girl-bwoi duos, Paper Crows, have covered Kate Bush’s ‘Cloudbusting’. We are excited about this because not only is it a great cover, but the song is a classic originally by one of Britain’s most loved female songstresses, Ms Kate ‘Running Up That …



EXCLUSIVE! Paper Crows Stream!

At the office we’ve been loving the minimalist approach that London duo Paper Crows have been displaying for quite some time. The pair, made up of college friends, Duncan (electronics) and Emma (vocals), have gone for a bigger sound for their newest single, ‘When Friends Survive’ paired with repeating haunting …



Remix: Strangers- In Chaos (Paper Crows)

Notion paid a visit to The Social in Little Portland Street earlier this week for a Monday night pick-me-up.  One half of the bands to play, Air Castles, kicked off the evening with their full-throttle brash guitar riffs, the faultless indie instrumentals complimented by front man Max Mansson’s Swedish vocal …