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Glasgow-based producer Miaoux Miaoux, real name Julian Corrie, is returning this year with his new album ‘School of Velocity’ on Chemikal Underground. ‘It’s The Quick’ comes from the album and it channels The 2 Bears and LCD Soundsystem, thanks...
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Fleu, pronounced ‘flow’, is a brand new duo signed to Odd Child Recordings. Odd Child is a label belonging to Simon Cowell’s Syco group, so it’s not surprising that this tune possesses catchy pop qualities. ‘Magic’ is squeaky clean...
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Getting your first track premiered by The Fader isn’t a bad way to start proceedings, and that’s exactly what new London artist Bo Rocha has done with ‘Tangerine Flake’. Cinematic, soothing and calm, the track is sparsely populated with...
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Uplifting chords set the tone for ‘Veils’ from Brighton based musician White Peaks. The track is effortlessly relaxed, with delicate vocals seeping through and careful percussion flourishes driving its rhythm. It’s clear at this stage with such an accomplished...
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South London twin brothers Formation are capable of making a delightfully groovy track. Give ‘Young Ones’ a spin and you’ll know just what we’re talking about. The duo have already been earmarked by the likes of Clash, The Line...
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­­­South London’s Huntar impressed with his first track ‘Expectations’, and now the young producer returns with the equally impressive ‘Naked Noises’. The track goes about its business via a delightfully slow tempo, with soulful vocals hanging over the top...
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Shift Work are a relatively unknown London project, but when your debut EP gets signed to the highly respected Optimo Music you know you must be doing something right. The EP is called ‘Scaled To Fit’, and it fits...
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The Slow Revolt first sparked interest after he remixed Patten’s ‘Peachy Swan’, with the outfit starting out as just one person. Now, The Slow Revolt performs as a duo, where loops, FX, guitars, drum machines and vocals all collide...
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Tusks, real name Emily Underhill, is one talented young lady. She is the writer, performer and producer of the ethereal single which is entitled ‘Dreamcatcher’. The track is a combination of ambient textures, soothing piano and dreamy vocals courtesy...


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