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Joan Wasser, better known as Joan As Police Woman, and fellow Brooklynite and songwriter Benjamin Lazar Davis are gearing up to release their collaborative record Let It Be You on 21st October.  The album has apparently been partially influenced by the musical patterns of Central African Republic Pygmies, which the pair share a mutual interest […]

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 […]

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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