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BOTW Moodboard: East India Youth

With his much-anticipated debut album, Total Strife Forever, finally seeing release this week, London-via-Bournemouth’s William Doyle – aka East India Youth – has drawn upon a smorgasbord of inspirations; from Brian Eno to Detroit techno, from Radiohead to Sufjan Stevens‘ sprawling The Age of Adz. It’s the



Meet our BOTW: East India Youth

Since coming out of the shadows of widely-tipped indie pop four-piece Doyle & the Fourfathers back in 2012, William Doyle – aka East India Youth – has been on a voyage of sonic rediscovery. Immersing himself in an entirely new creative process under the moniker, the Bournemouth-via-London producer and vocalist



BOTW Playlist: Lizzo

With a musical lineage that runs the gamut from fronting progressive rock bands to spitting in an RnB girl trio, from learning the flute as a kid to becoming the fiery stage presence we know today, it’s safe to say that it came as no surprise to us that our



Guest Playlist: Wild Swim

Cinematic is a word thrown around far too much these days when it comes to describing music. In the case of Oxford’s Wild Swim, however, it feels entirely apt. The five-piece – whose latest single ‘New Dawn‘ is out on Monday via Almanac Recordings – dabble in



Guest Playlist: ForteBowie

Fresh from a particularly noteworthy hook-up with FTSE on ‘St. Tropez‘, it’s all kicking off in the world of Atlanta-born rapper, vocalist and producer, ForteBowie. With a deluxe version of his EP, Vice Haus, out early next month and a new single in the guise of



EP Review: Tree – Demons

Demons – the debut EP from Santa Cruz’s Oliver Nickell under the Tree moniker – is a curious case. In fact, it’s a case of angst-ridden electro-pop that has more neurotic upnotes than the most shoegaze of ballads. First track ‘Demons’, featuring Beat Culture and Lene Kuhn, sounds complete in …



EP Review: Bloc Party – The Nextwave Sessions

Four albums and several headlining tours since first breaking ground with 2005’s Silent Alarm, Bloc Party have returned with The Nextwave Sessions EP; a record that manages to simultaneously dredge up their glory years and push forward into new territory.

Ratchet’ is first to burst through …



Introducing: Indiana

Earlier this summer, we here at PlanetNotion found ourselves transfixed by ‘Smoking Gun‘, the most recent single from Nottingham-based vocalist and songwriter, Indiana. Built from the ground up, the track’s spidery guitar lines and static beats were the perfect grounding for the young singer’s meandering, softly spun


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Video: Autoheart – ‘Agoraphobia’

Remember that new Autoheart album Punch I was saying nice things about earlier this week? ‘Agoraphobia’ was an instant standout, and is no less impacting on repeat listens. The band have just released this whimsically poignant video to accompany the track, which they filmed themselves using only their phones. The …



Album Review: Pablo Nouvelle – s/t

Hailing from Bern, Switzerland, Pablo Nouvelle does enough on his eponymous debut album to put it this not-so musically rich area of Europe on the musical map. It might be well known for its alphorns, but notable music artists fuelled on worldwide success are not a regular occurrence. But, musician …