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By Tim Cooper · 22 July 2014
Emilie Nicolas has an intimate and vulnerable, yet defiant and supremely confident sound with sparsely skittering percussion and gently pulsing synths.
By Elise Cobain · 15 July 2014
Gengahr are definitely not ghost pokemon, but a collective from Stoke Newington who make wonderfully soulful quiet indie music.
By Tim Cooper · 10 July 2014
18+ have devised a style as sexually explicit as their name suggests, blending electronic RnB beats with lyrical explorations of lust, fantasy and voyeurism.
By Shannon Thomas · 08 July 2014
Yellerkin’s music is for running around outside barefoot and chasing after fireflies, making it more than just good pop music.
By Elise Cobain · 03 July 2014
Willow Beats make "mystical music that transports you to a different world”, bringing their own brand of electronica to the table.
By Gabriela Garcia · 01 July 2014
The/Das are a band who, despite making music with elements of electro and techo, cannot be pigeonholed into one genre.
By Elise Cobain · 24 June 2014
PUP bring a raucous and vibrant brand of punk rock, defining the future of Canadian guitar music.
By Gabriela Garcia · 19 June 2014
ALDO is the electro synth result of a uncle taking his two nephews out to the erratic nightlife in São Paulo
By Shannon Thomas · 17 June 2014
Jawbreaker Reunion provide loud, unapologetic, super fun music that may include themes of embracing the glorious size of one’s own butt.
By Elise Cobain · 12 June 2014
Crooked Colours fuse synth beats, electro, R&B and pop to create cryptic soulful rhythms.
By Tim Cooper · 10 June 2014
Happyness are a London trio that channel the lo-fi spirit of Pavement with the dark, brooding intensity of Sparklehorse. Their debut album Weird Little Birthday is out June 16.
By Gabriela Garcia · 05 June 2014
Running In The Fog bring us her r&b-meets-trip-hop sound, inspired by the foggy setting of the San Francisco Bay.
By Leisha · 03 June 2014
Amati is a producer bringing elements of electronic trap to the forefront with fresh samples and new faces, allowing for a slowed down version of catchy beats.
By Shannon Thomas · 29 May 2014
Signed to Nicolas Jaar's label, Los Angeles-based Nicky Sparkles has got a handful of songs perfect for vibing all summer long.
By Elise Cobain · 27 May 2014
Billy Moon harnesses the popular sounds of modern American rock, yet captures the old-school essence of the Nashville scene.
By Leisha · 22 May 2014
Hoodlem brings a new (faceless) face to electronic music, as a breathe of fresh air with sultry sounds - we fall in love with slowed down electronic soul.