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Tell you who’s gonna be massive: Kacy Hill. The Kanye-approved, Price-produced pop powerhouse has already dazzled us on her Bloo EP, and with Lion she shows us why she’s a proper force to be reckoned with. Taking eastern melody tropes and moulding them around that soaring vocal, Hill doesn’t seem to be kidding around when […]

Ok, so you could argue that the world doesn’t need another electronic pop type that goes by a variation of the name Hannah. but Finland’s Hannah is an intriguing prospect – sure, her debut For U ticks all the needed boxes for a nice little track, but she also has the nous to take it […]

After contributing his first track as Amato via Cititrax on the ‘Tracks Volume 1’ compilation last year, the Frenchman returns on Veronica Vasicka’s imprint with a new-wave and EBM-infused debut solo EP, ‘Le Désordre Et La Nuit’. Stream the steroids-boosted ‘The Labyrinth’ in full now. Source: Inverted audio Premiere: Amato – The Labyrinth

We do have a lot of time for rising act biLLLy, despite the infuriating typography. His new track Can’t Blame is a funky bit of leftfield bedroom-boppery that deserves to be heard, and so we thought something a bit better than a usual Upcoming post might be in order. Here’s a little Q&A for you to get […]

Kenny Anderson, aka prolific Fife-based singer-songwriter King Creosote, has revealed that he’ll be releasing new album Astronaut Meets Appleman on 2nd September via Domino.  Speaking of the record, Anderson said: “I wanted to push myself songwriting-wise, so I went in with hardly anything and had to wing it.  I wanted to try and flip the […]

1. Blow My Mind – Pleasure House 2. Keep On Smiling – Answer Back 3. Bodies – We Were Lovers 4. Laugh or Cry – DaVina 5. Make You Mine – Megan Wilde 6. Regrets – The French Broads 7. Sunset Moon – Shah Jahan 8. Heart Out – Thaddeus Anna Greene 9. Swing On […]

Dates: 5th-7th August Where: Braziers Park, Oxfordshire It’s a little less than a month before Supernormal returns to the Oxfordshire countryside to host the best in experimental music and arts.  Long-form improvisational group Vibracathedral Orchestra, Texans The Cush, Dutch institution The Ex, off-kilter poppers Bas Jan and many more had already been announced for the […]

According to their long-suffering label boss Johan Angergard, Sweden’s The Radio Dept. are so reclusive they make Scott Walker look like a Kardashian.  Their 21 years of existence have produced a grand total of three (brilliant) albums, they’ve spent the last six years putting out guerrilla political singles and they hardly ever play live.  Tonight’s gig is […]

It hasn’t been long since producer Gold Panda released his latest full-length album Good Luck and Do Your Best but he’s already back with a new, surprise EP.  Kingdom has apparently been inspired by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.  The five songs is a collection of relatively downbeat electronica, closing with an […]

Ahead of Exit Recordings stage takeover of “This Must Be The Place” at Farr Festival on Friday 15th July with Vivek, Kid Drama, Mark System, dBridge and Skeptical playing a special back-to-back set, we invited the Hertfordshire based producer to serve up a slither of what to expect in the woods. Source: Inverted audio Farr […]

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