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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 […]

The particular brand of electronic-jazz-slash-instrumental hip-hop peddled by Toronto four-piece BADBADNOTGOOD has always been rather idiosyncratic – hardly surprising, given their origins covering and reimagining artists like Tyler, The Creator. There’s no trace of that mimicry in their current output however, for the group has refined that combination of genre into a sound that is truly […]

A few weeks ago, a track called Lifted by Palmistry – aka Benjy Keating – went down rather well. And rightly so, as it was a leftfield bedroom effort that took on dancehall tropes and mixed them with a woozy vibe of intoxication, swaying ‘like this, like that’ as Keating sings. But repeating that trick […]

For any idiot asking the question of whether Maxwell still has a place in contemporary R&B-soul, have a listen to the opening track of blackSUMMERS’night. On All The Ways Love Can Feel he and his brass-backing take soul to places we haven’t heard in ages, that falsetto blending so deeply with the light jazz feel and […]

For the best part of the last fortnight, the Howard Assembly Room has played host to the Yorkshire Festival and its Songlines Series.  Already four rather exceptional, musically and geographically diverse artists have graced the boards of this beautiful performance space within the Grand Theatre, Leeds: there has been the thrilling sound of Mbongwana Star […]

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