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By Pamela Cominetti · 17 April 2013
Drawing on the highlights of the disco era, Newtimers channel influences from Michael Jackson to Prince into something that would sit comfortably on the Flashdance soundtrack.
By Pamela Cominetti · 06 March 2013
Born out of the ashes of Scattered Trees, ON AN ON's experience in writing and recording is immediately evident on their outstanding debut as a three-piece.
By Pamela Cominetti · 27 February 2013
Thomas Azier sounds a little like The xx's Oliver Sim covering Depeche Mode, and regularly plays alongside Woodkid. If that doesn't qualify him as one of the most exciting electropop artists of the year, what will?
By Pamela Cominetti · 18 February 2013
Avec Sans have all the ingredients to get our approval: haunting lyrics and high-level production, which leads to a well-defined, polished sound.
By Pamela Cominetti · 15 February 2013
Drawing on the likes of Bon Iver, The National and Alt-J, KHUSHI delivers a vibrant bundle of great harmonies and climactic folk.
By Pamela Cominetti · 04 February 2013
Despite sounding wholly different to their bubbly 2010 EP "Blooming Summer", Blue Hawaii's new material is every bit as satisfying and cohesive.
By Pamela Cominetti · 21 January 2013
Matthew E White calls up classic themes and arrangements to create an album that feels intimately familiar even as it comes as a bolt out of the blue.
By Pamela Cominetti · 11 January 2013
inc. draw on diverse studio experience as session musicians for everyone from 50 Cent to Beck, crafting a blend of R&B and Balearic house vibes perfect for nights out, or in.
By Pamela Cominetti · 23 December 2012
Perfume Genius's second album "Put Your Back N 2 It" is number 9 on our best albums of 2012 list. Enter our competition to win them all!
By Pamela Cominetti · 09 December 2012
Number 23 on our best albums of 2012 list is How To Dress Well's second album "Total Loss". Enter our competition to win all of the albums on our list!
By Pamela Cominetti · 28 November 2012
Postiljonen pull the neat trick of making music that feels equally fitting for a long summer night on the beach and a cold winter's evening by the fire.
By Pamela Cominetti · 17 October 2012
Mix Yeasayer's taste for experimental music with a hint of Yann Tiersen's classical influence, add a touch of Tame Impala's psychedelic waves and you will get a sense of what Yehan Jehan & Antimatter People is like.