Alta – Sentiment

Alta – Sentiment

It's wonderful seeing an act develop over a number of years, and Alta's growth is a perfect example. After dropping an EP late 2016, the Melbourne-based duo has released new work in the back half of this year, with each release feeling more complete and fully formed...

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Jadu Heart & Mura Masa – U Never Call Me

Jadu Heart & Mura Masa – U Never Call Me

Is there anything better than finding new music? Probably quite a few things actually, but it still feels great nonetheless. I know the name Mura Masa although I'm not familiar with much of his music, but the duo, Jadu Heart, is new to me. After listening to "U Never...

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KING – Only U

KING – Only U

Danish artist KING is ready to take the world by storm! After releasing a few strong pop singles, her new single “Only U” will finally convince you about her star power. Produced by Peter Yushichi St James and Christian Nilsson, the track stars slowly with a smooth...

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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)

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

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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Haim – Walking Away (Mura Masa Remix)

Haim – Walking Away (Mura Masa Remix)

While this remixed single may be technically formulaic, it knows how to grab my attention. What begins as an ensemble of plucked violin strings quickly subverts my expectations with fuzzed synths, spliced vocals, and a basic drumkit. Bubbly high-pitched notes scatter...

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Rhye – Count To Five

Rhye – Count To Five

I love Rhye so much. Their music is just amazing...every, single, time. And "Count To Five" is no different. Firstly, those vocals have me absolutely hooked. Secondly, the groove! They know how to accentuate that R&B, feel-good, make-you-want-to-move sound into...

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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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The Caretaker – Everywhere at the end of time

The Caretaker – Everywhere at the end of time

This is the third of six planned albums from Leyland Kirby as The Caretaker where he explores the ongoing effects of dementia through the use of old music. Very cleverly composed and mixed and also very enjoyable to listen to, although I suspect that may change over...

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The Analog Girl – More Than You Know

The Analog Girl – More Than You Know

The Analog Girl has recently released her fourth long player, Golden Sugar Crystals and has followed up the debut single What You Are Showing Me Is A Fantasy with More Than You Know – a song about  ‘falling in love, the unexpectedness of it all, and feeling all...

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TOGETHER PANGEA – “Better Find Out”

TOGETHER PANGEA – “Better Find Out”

In anticipation of their fourth full length record Bulls And Roosters, LA’s alternative outfit together PANGEAare sharing “Better Find Out”, a video for the album’s lead track. Within a warped and dark cityscape, the band find themselves in spotlight, absurdly...

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Yumi Zouma – Willowbank

Yumi Zouma – Willowbank

Back when they put out their first EPs, the most echoed narrative surrounding Yumi Zouma revolved around them somehow managing to make music together even if their members were scattered around the globe – at the time, two of them were living in New Zealand, while the...

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Matt Hurray – ‘Ho Ho Ho!’ [EP]

Matt Hurray – ‘Ho Ho Ho!’ [EP]

So Christmas came and gone. 2018 is also already upon us, but you’d have to be a fool to pass up on the phenomenal ‘Ho Ho Ho!’ EP by relentless Surf guitarist Matt Hurray. The two song piece which came out less than 4 weeks ago, has everything you need to lighten up...

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Smerz – No Harm

Smerz – No Harm

Norwegian duo Smerz have always found a way to make us dance with repetitive, high-edged beats without boring us. In their track “No Harm” they are looking to feel their beloved one. With their complete DIY way of composing music, they manage to keep us interested...

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Giraffage – Maybes Ft. Japanese Breakfast (RAC Remix)

Giraffage – Maybes Ft. Japanese Breakfast (RAC Remix)

Geeez I dig this remix. It has a beautiful lo-fi sound that sets it apart from the hundreds of other RAC remixes, and in doing so leaves me wanting to hit repeat, repeat, repeat. The original track came out back in September of this year. I wasn't really feeling it...

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