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Introducing : Lockjaw

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Sometimes it only takes one featured article and the hype blows out of proportion. Thanks to Chad and his insatiable drive to find new rare prime cuts of music from around the...

Introducing : Emile Haynie

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How on earth does a track as EPIC as “A Kiss Goodbye” by Emile Haynies featuring music industry heavyweights like Charlotte Gainsbourg, Devonté Hynes and...

[FESTIVAL REPORT] : Route Du Rock 2014

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Keeping it true to its legacy, the Route du Rock 2014 offered a quality line-up, with a blend of top-of-the-bill acts and others more prompt to be seen in smaller scale venues...

[LISTEN] Pale – Silence

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The pair of lads I’m about to follow-up on here had made blog headlines and made a promising name for themselves around a year ago with two amazing tracks : “Fearing...

Introducing : Kero Kero Bonito

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You will forgive my deviation in sharing the existence of such a band the second you hit play on their very new (3 days since it was posted on Soundcloud) track by London based...

Introducing : PARLA

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PARLA is the new collaborative project from Liu Bei‘s frontman Richard Walters of which we already covered here and producer – songwriter extraordinaire Guy...

Introducing : Fabiana Palladino

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So I promised I’d be back today with (mid-August) new music de share and in fact I have a whole list of new artists to go through. I’ll start with the most striking...

Introducing : FORMATION

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After discovering this South London twin-brother duo on Humanhuman and writing a piece for our good friends over at Part Time Wizards two weeks ago I was eagerly waiting for...

Sundaze #102 – Original art by Paul Grelet

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Hey Hey guys hope you’re well, it’s a little quiet these days and I apologize in advance for the lack of blog posts lately and in the coming weeks. I’ll be off...

Introducing : Subculture Sage

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From the UK, I’m happy to introduce this up-and-coming experimental hip-hop duo of visionaries from London named Subculture Sage. It’s a soul driven fusion hip-hop...