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March 2018

NEW MUSIC: imi – Margins

Back in December we may have fanboyed a bit about the release of imi’s debut single Born For What? and  it’s fair to say we’re equally impressed by the follow-up single Margins. Check it out below!

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Martin Christie’s Music Travels: Flavolous

Ashley Tendekai performs psychedelic electronica as Flavolous, and also collaborates with a wide range of other musicians.  He is much more than a musician though, being talented in photography, film and drawing.  I caught up with him to find out more about his current work and plans for the future.

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Catalan duo Cristina Checa and Eloi Caballé are the driving force behind DESERTS – a band that starts off with a dreampop template but takes a more electronic and experimental direction in their work, both musically and visually, as exemplified by their new single Sense Likes.

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The Weekly Roundup 18.03.18

Half the world’s entertainment media seems to have been at SXSW recently but not us, sadly. We’ve still been here, working away, looking for the best of music to tempt your taste buds into sample some not-so-forbidden musical fruits.

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Introducing: Husk

Husk is the solo project on Manchester based electronic musician Alfie Austin. With music that leans heavily on analogue synth sounds and a  slightly left field take on electropop, Husk blends accessible beats and catchy melodies with some very personal lyrics that show electronic music can have a very sophisticated and human side to it. Read on to find out more about this exciting up and coming artist.

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Sweden’s Rebecca Bergcrantz aka RAINDEAR has made quite an international impression so far, featuring in publications such as Billboard, Noisey, Mojo and The Fader with her last release Diamonds In My Chest. Her reflective take on the Scandi sound is sure to win her more new friends and fans with the release of her latest single Sky.

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