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Nation of Language Share Closing Track from New LP
Nation of Language Share Closing Track from New LP

Brooklyn post punk trio share ‘The Wall & I’, the deliberative closer from their soon to arrive long player ‘Introduction, Presence’ out 22 May. Listen below and pre-order the album here.   The Wall & I  Nation of Language...

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Record Review: Newks (ENG) – Credence EP (Urban Kickz Recordings)
Record Review: Newks (ENG) – Credence EP (Urban Kickz Recordings)

Last week Plymouth based techno producer Matt Holberton aka Newks released his new EP Credence, a work of both smouldering restraint and controlled intensity. It’s arguably his most functionally focused and disciplined in form since his return to the...

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Record Review: Rick Wade (USA) – In Mah Mind EP (Shall Not Fade)
Record Review: Rick Wade (USA) – In Mah Mind EP (Shall Not Fade)

Detroit Deep House legend Rick Wade has just released what is according to Discogs his 90th short version release as he returns to London imprint Shall Not Fade. Titled In Mah Mind, all three cuts are indicative of a...

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Uun Drops Superbly Subtle Praxis EP
Uun Drops Superbly Subtle Praxis EP

Detroit techno producer Ryan Malony aka Uun returns to Dutch label Dynamic Reflection’s Nursery series for Praxis, his 5th EP of 2019. Known for both his refined use of power and subtle complexity, here Malony pairs back the voluminous...

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Night Hikes Share Affirming “Belltown” Ahead of New LP Chalice
Night Hikes Share Affirming “Belltown” Ahead of New LP Chalice

Seattle dream pop duo Night Hikes, made up of Olivia Godby and Matthew Farrel, have released their hazy yet focused new single ‘Belltown’ in the lead up to Friday’s release of their second album Chalice. A hybrid work that’s...

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Record Review: Rrose (USA) – Hymn To Moisture
Record Review: Rrose (USA) – Hymn To Moisture

After almost a decade and across 19 explorative EP’s and 3 collaborative albums focused on composition, American experimental electronic producer Seth Horvitz aka Rrose have consistently pushed, poked and prodded at techno’s boundary questioning its self imposed limits and...

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RECORD REVIEW: JASON JAMES (USA) – SEEMS LIKE TEARS AGO
RECORD REVIEW: JASON JAMES (USA) – SEEMS LIKE TEARS AGO

“I had people who were wanting me to get rid of the [pedal] steel, get rid of the fiddle. My feeling is, ‘Screw it, I’m just gonna do what I want to.’ It’s being honest to yourself. It’s a...

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LUKE HESS VENTURES INTO THE DEEP
LUKE HESS VENTURES INTO THE DEEP

Detroit techno electronic producer Luke Hess has released his latest masterclass in hardware generated techno, Into The Deep. An explorative feel characterises what is essentially a stunning EP with Hess utilising iconic gear to generate and harness a 90’s...

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WITH THEIR DEBUT LP IMMINENT, TWEN RELEASE CATHARTIC NEW SINGLE “MAKE HARD”
WITH THEIR DEBUT LP IMMINENT, TWEN RELEASE CATHARTIC NEW SINGLE “MAKE HARD”

Nashville via Boston DIY rock duo Twen have released the third (or fifth) lead in single ‘Make Hard’ from their soon to be released debut album Awestruck. With its grounded and measured musical character, it’s a very different animal...

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NEW VIDEO: TEMPERS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, RELEASE THE CONTRASTING “CAPITAL PAINS”
NEW VIDEO: TEMPERS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, RELEASE THE CONTRASTING “CAPITAL PAINS”

Photo: Sebastian Mlynarski Simultaneously immediate as it is distant, dramatic as it is restrained, the strikingly compact yet expansive new single ‘Capital Pains’ from New York City post punk/darkwave duo Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper aka Tempers is the...

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