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Willie J Healey wants to apologize to his neighbours

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If you guys are into the sounds of acts such as Mac DeMarco, Only Real and a little Kurt Vile here and there… You really should give Willie J Healey a spin… Learn more about...

Samantha Urbani (+Dev Hynes) drops solo debut 1 2 3 4

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You have got to love this totally 80’s vibe dripping from Samantha Urbani first single “1 2 3 4”. Samantha Urbani is known for being the charismatic founder and...

Bite the bullet, listen to Teeth by The Japanese House

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The Japanese House release her third taste of the widely acclaimed debut EP “Pools To Bathe In”, it’s named “Teeth”. The track comes after two other...

Perfect weather match for Mai Kino’s debut Burn

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Today’s dollops of awesomeness comes from a Portuguese singer based in London. Her name is Mai Kino, remember her, you’ll see a truck load more in the coming months....

Straighten-up for Matt Woods’ Leaning Towers

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Matt Woods hails from Truro located in Cornwall but recently moved to London to fully dedicate his time to music. He has a classical background as a chorister that definitely...

Introducing : Her

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So little is actually known from this French duo aside from the fact they’re backed up by Red Bull Music Academy and will play their first ever date at the Ubu in Rennes....

From Toronto, here is supergroup LIDS

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We’re a little behind, but we just only discovered this new band thanks to Fractal Célestin (a rising member of the Humanhuman community by the looks of it). So we had to...

Yates delivers new track : Virtue

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Yates delivers “Virtue”, his new song after dropping “Mako” and “Dive” earlier this year. The Australian born, but Berlin based...

Introducing : Boy Scout

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Experimental british duo Boy Scout just released their debut track “Get Me By” two days ago, and we cannot help but think these guys will be you’re go to music...

Thee Nine Three : A play on words with Point Break or Pink Floyd ?

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We don’t routinely post hip-hop here, only a few standout tracks, mixtapes or EPs make it to the frontpage. But we were sent this very clever alternative blend of crazy...