Saib. – Find My Way

Saib. – Find My Way

Have a really great time in Tokyo, saib.. I'll try not end to many sentences with saib.. That extra period just taunts my anxiety. As does this new review format I'm trying out. As does the two advertisements on the right of the page that have just loaded a split...

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MUTO – Tessellating (Ft. Oliver Dibley)

MUTO – Tessellating (Ft. Oliver Dibley)

The combination of lush, thick future bass chords with Oliver Dibley's enchanting vocals makes "Tessellating" one of the best house tracks to come out of 2018. MUTO is a Sydney based producer who has the quality to back his music and push it to the top. The complex...

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Ages and Ages – Needle And Thread

Ages and Ages – Needle And Thread

I'll try to save the hyperbole, because as you'll see below in the quote, Tim Perry isn't the biggest fan of it. The guitar on this is just so lush, and the singing is so youthful and fun. "To me, this song Is about trying to navigate the super-saturated media soup of...

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Slow Pulp – At Home

I've been sitting on this one for more than a month now, and am happy to finally be able to get around to sharing it. Slow Pulp's "At Home" doesn't break any new ground with its sound -- it just happens to pull off a fairly-well-established sound without any hitches....

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Arcade Fire – Put Your Money On Me

I've been listening to Arcade Fire's new album quite a lot lately, and when this song comes on I always find myself doing a bit of a "happy dance." It's just so damned good. Everything Now came out almost one year ago. If you haven't listened to it yet, that's okay --...

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Interpol – The Rover

The Rover” is the first single off Interpol’s much anticipated sixth album, Marauder. Very true to form, the track marks the return of the ever-gloomy rockers with all the energy and malaise we have come to expect from the band. Fresh off the back of celebrating the...

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SWIMM – Uh Huh

SWIMM – Uh Huh

This track was originally named "Barbara Walters," and while I'm upset that this wasn't kept as the title I fully understand the band's decision not to follow through with it as such. For those a bit out of the loop as to why the name change, Barbara Walters is...

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The Green Door – “You Won’t Hear That Anymore”

The Green Door – “You Won’t Hear That Anymore”

San Francisco’s The Green Door churn out a lively blend of garage and psych-rock, with a thematic focus on the tribulations of life and death, as well as hero and anti-hero through a present-day lens. The band, which formed in 2008, will be dropping their six-track...

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Lxury – Acid Rain (Edit)

Lxury – Acid Rain (Edit)

As quickly as this track came into your life, it also left. Much like Barbara, the redhead. Poor Barbs never really stood a chance though, being a minority in the popular series, Stranger Things. It's never the pretty, Aryan types that get killed off. That is, until...

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SEAZOO – SHORELINE

SEAZOO – SHORELINE

Welsh five-piece Seazoo have released their latest single ‘Shoreline’, the second track lifted from their forthcoming debut album out in November. Having tracked and praised the North Walian outfit at every opportunity thus far, what more can said about Seazoo? They...

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Nadia Struiwigh – Lenticular

Nadia Struiwigh – Lenticular

A slow-grower this one, as the best albums usually are! Debut LP from the Dutch producer is primarly hardware-led, which gives the sound a richness and depth. Loosely categorised as Techno throughout the press, it's actually closer to IDM. Lenticular by Nadia...

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Ray Chris – Okie

Ray Chris – Okie

If there’s one thing you'll learn to appreciate more about Ray Chris is the ‘cool’ factor which is effortlessly present in many of Ray’s songs, and certainly, tongue-in-cheek track ‘Okie’ is no exception as it shows us not to take things too seriously. “[...] Hit her...

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TSHEGUE – Muanapoto

TSHEGUE – Muanapoto

This week French act TSHEGUE released the film clip for their striking a single "Muanapoto." An electrifying explosion of African rhythms, tribal pop and pummelling percussion, "Muanapoto" is one hell of a groovy tune. Fronted by French-Congolese singer Faty Sy...

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El Ten Eleven – Phenomenal Problems

El Ten Eleven – Phenomenal Problems

We've featured El Ten Eleven on this site numerous times over the duo's near two decade career and are happy to report they are back making new music. Three years on since the release of their last album, Fast Forward, the LA band have announced their new long player,...

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Wit Blu – Burgundy

Wit Blu – Burgundy

White Blue? Vit blu? I guess in Afrikaans the "W" would be a "V" so I'm really unsure how to pronounce this. What I am sure of is that this song is positively good. From its production quality to melody, everything about Wit Blue's "Burgudny" has me enjoying the song....

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