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By Gabriela Garcia · 22 April 2014
Boxed In is the project of Oli Bayston, who has captured our attention with his textured electronics on his Moshi Moshi-released debut single.
By Gabriela Garcia · 04 March 2014
Brazilian duo OPALA channel their love of Japan into delicate, elegant synthpop that perfectly captures the mood of being alone in a bustling crowd.
By Phill Walker · 23 January 2014
Having been mentored by Portishead's Geoff Barrow, Southampton's Wild Smiles are looking to put surf-rock back on the map.
By Leisha · 21 January 2014
U.V. hail from Manchester, UK and bring a new garage-inspired look to their alt-electronic sound.
By Leisha · 14 January 2014
Bantum is Ruairi Lynch, a man who creates and produces a beautifully complex, minimal sound rooted in electronic music, but inspired by a classic indie sound.
By Staff · 10 January 2014
More members, more to love: these are the bands to have on your radar for 2014.
By Staff · 09 January 2014
After impressing us throughout 2013, these are the duos we want to see shine in 2014.
By Staff · 08 January 2014
All of these solo artists wowed us throughout last year, and we can't wait to see what they bring in 2014.
By Tim Cooper · 17 December 2013
With a tremulous vibrato that teeters on the edge of breaking, Broken Twin has a voice that may just break your heart.
By Gabriela Garcia · 05 December 2013
London-based six-piece Lola Colt takes inspiration from Spaghetti Westerns to make Americana-meets-shoegaze soundtracks for films that don't exist yet.
By Leisha · 03 December 2013
Scenic is the sound of Tame Impala mating with Air to produce a cosmic pop of explosion on their latest Shockwaves EP.
By Tim Cooper · 28 November 2013
East India Youth takes inspiration from the likes of Brian Eno and Sufjan Stevens to create songs that range from melodic synth-pop to minimalist neo-classical piano, via ambient passages, Krautrock drones and four-to-the-floor house epiphanies.
By Leisha · 08 October 2013
Jellosea delivers a perfect hit of pop remix and electronic chill with a take on Anna Kendrick's hit "Cups". Take a listen: you won't regret it.
By David Rutherford · 01 October 2013
Yet another great band from Manchester appears in the guise of synth-pop four-piece Letters To Fiesta, here to give Kate Bush a run for her money.
By Phill Walker · 26 September 2013
After first making an appearance on our Ones To Watch for 2012 list, Crushed Beaks are back in 2013 with their debut 'Tropes' EP, four tracks of some of the finest noise pop the UK has to offer.
By Gabriela Garcia · 24 September 2013
The stars aligned for Selton, and now we're all reaping the summery, upbeat pop benefits - complete with Beatles harmonies and Vampire Weekend energy.