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Album Review: Delorean – Apar

Delorean’s sound is distinctly hard to pin down – it’s electropop alright, but one that oscillates between a minimalistic simplicity on the one hand and swelling refrains full of vox synth, 90s-style bright pianos and some pretty damn intense 80s drum beats on the other. And, if you like a …

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Preview: Rains AW13

New Danish designers Rains has continued the Nordic resurgence of AW13, with their gorgeous raincoats making us get down on our knees and beg for rain.

Created in mind of the busy professional who wants to appear stylish yet understated, the rainwear takes the pragmatic needs of a waterproof and …

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New EP: Death Rattle – ‘Fortress’

Doom-pop outfit Death Rattle have released some stonking live performances of tracks from their debut EP, Fortress.

Brooding and looming over the listener with a snarl and a sneer, Fortress is the sound of your pent-up frustrations: restrained and calculated, yet full of deep malice and anger. Sounding like …

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Event preview: Carnaby Men’s Style Night

Hundreds of fashion brands, restaurants and bars are to take part in the Carnaby Men’s Style Night, a one-night event celebrating male fashion and lifestyle.

Just some of the leading brands in attendance include: Paul Smith Soho, Fred Perry, Diesel and ELEVENPARIS. There will also be bands, DJs, tasting sessions, …

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HAIM announce European winter tour

Everyone’s favourite new band HAIM are set to embark on a European tour this winter, including six UK dates.

Taking place over November and December, the 13-day headline tour is scheduled to take place after HAIM’s support slot dates with Phoenix. The gigs are expected to be some of the …

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Lineup for Oxjam Brixton Takeover launch party announced

Oxjam, the charity music festival that raises money for Oxfam, have announced the DJ lineup for their Brixton Takeover launch party including Elly Jackson (La Roux), Maxi Jazz (Faithless) and Patrick Carpenter (DJ Food, The Cinematic Orchestra).

Image courtesy of Time Out.

Since being established in 2006, over 4000 Oxjam …

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Album Review: Holy Other – Held

Held, the debut full-length from mysterious Manchester-based producer Holy Other, starts with a low rumble – keep this at the forefront of your mind. It marks the beginning of a carefully constructed sense of unease that permeates even the most soothing moments of Held. It’s a mood that …

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