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Elliot Moss – About Time

If I’d posted this 2 weeks ago as I intended, it would have been a different song – still Elliot Moss, just not “About Time”. I came across his music in early 2014, which was a shame as were it… Continue Reading →

Andrea Balency – Deep Sunk

This was the first song I heard from 22-year-old part-Mexican, part-French, now living in Paris but previously NYC citizen of the world Andrea Balency. From her Walls EP released in June last year on indie label Bataille, the electronic shimmer surrounding the eerie, soft… Continue Reading →

The Bedroom – Birthday Cake

It’s great when the support act surprise you – in this case, the main act were Gainsville, Florida band Hundred Waters, on tour promoting their second album, The Moon Rang Like A Bell (streaming in full on their SoundCloud page if you haven’t… Continue Reading →

Fyfe – Solace

Choices… choices… going for one from my The Great Escape 2014 Hitlist today, my shortlist of 56 bands narrowed down from the 315-strong TGE2014 longlist of bands playing at this year’s Festival of new music in Brighton. High up on… Continue Reading →

Elephant – Shapeshifter

I said it would be Elephant – and it’s Elephant, a song called “Shapeshifter” that’s been transporting me to faraway, magical and possibly underwater places for the last couple of months since I first heard it on a podcast. Elephant… Continue Reading →

Indi – Stay

I love that this girl’s name is Indira – a fitting name for the purveyor of beautifully pensive electronic soundscapes, like this track, from New Zealander Indi.: Indi. – Stay She’s 19, and she’s also part of Christchurch-based electronic trip band,… Continue Reading →

BANKS – This Is What It Feels Like

I must be the only music blogger in the music blogging blogosphere to not have posted anything about BANKS yet. So here it is: I have been known to get obsessed with a song and play it a few times… Continue Reading →

Doe Paoro – New Lows

Listen to the vocal and you’ll think you’re in the 90s – the influence is clear…possibly a little bit Mary J Blige – but the synths and what sounds like electronic steel drums bring it band into current R&B. From… Continue Reading →

Hoodlem – Through

If you’re sensing a synthy, minimal theme going on here you’re not wrong – not sure whether it’s the weather or my mood but smooth, chilled and low-effort is definitely appealing right now. The tags on their bandcamp are “alternative”,… Continue Reading →

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