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We Can’t Wait for Field Day

Guys, it’s nearly June! And do you know what happens in June?  You know, aside from optimistic weather reports? FIELD DAY! Set in London’s Victoria Park on the 7th and 8th June, Field Day offers perhaps one of the most exciting line-ups to grace the capital this summer. Seriously, take …



Primavera Sound Lineup

OK, deep breath: Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Disclosure, Metronomy, Chvrches, The National, Pixies, Nine Inch Nails, and Kendrick Lamar have all been confirmed for the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona this summer. Running from Monday 26th May to Sunday 1st June, the festival’s organizers have managed to …



Track-by-Track: Lover Lover – There Is a Place

Since its release at the tail-end of last year, Lover Lover‘s debut album, There Is a Place, has always felt like a record ripe for deciphering. Whether it’s in the series of mysterious glyphs that encircle the lettering on the LP’s cover, or the rich narrative of love,



EP Review: Happyness – Happyness

Oh, how misleading first impressions can be. From the moment a series of discordant coos and loosely chugging guitars ring out over ‘It’s On You’, the first cut from London trio Happyness’ self-titled debut EP, it’s clear to see what kind of ride the three-piece are going to …


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Album Review: No Ceremony/// – No Ceremony///

NO CEREMONY/// have proven themselves to be a bit of an enigma. Intentional or not, there has been a shroud of mystery surrounding the band’s identity. We heard infectious dark, electronic pop with heart-breaking, gloomy vocals, and we liked it. But who was making this mesmerising music?

Our answer was …



Introducing: NO CEREMONY///

Coming from a Manchester scene that’s given us a dazzling array of diverse talents – from Stay+ to WU LYF – in recent years, you’d be hard pressed to say that Mancunian three-piece NO CEREMONY/// don’t have a tough pedigree to live up to. Fortunately though, with their self-titled debut



BOTW Review: Waxahatchee – Cerulean Salt

On Cerulean Salt, her second full-length under the Waxahatchee moniker, Alabama native Katie Crutchfield both expands on the warm sonic tapestry of her lo-fi debut, American Weekend, and maintains a sense of intimacy that feels paramount to her music. Whether she’s trading in off-kilter, Throwing Muses-esque indie …



Introducing our BOTW: Guards

As the Great British summer begins to gradually – make that very gradually – creep into view and festival season begins to raise its hazy, hungover head, we here at PlanetNotion have found ourselves longing for the sort of monumental musical moments that have you shouting along into the wee …



Indie Pop Duo Singtank Show Notion Around Paris

Singtank recently released their debut album In Wonder, an impressive piece of work not just for a debut but for an indie pop album in general.  The tracks harken back to those great indie sounds of the 80s and 90s, to groups like the Pixies and the Cure.  To …



Interview: Death at Sea

With the release of their debut single ‘Drag/Selfless’ through Kissability and Transgressive last week, Alex Cull caught up with Liverpudlian lo-fi indie rockers Death at Sea to wax lyrical about cassette releases, the festival circuit and Pavement.

First off, tell us a bit about yourselves: how did you