1. Mark Lanegan Band - No Bells on Sunday (EP)

    Mark Lanegan - No Bells on Sunday (EP)


    With plans later in the year to release full-length album Phantom Radio, The Mark Lanegan Band warms up with mini-release No Bells On Sunday. The EP contains songs Lanegan deemed “too goofy” for the future album and gives a taste of what’s soon to come.

    With first track ‘Dry Ice’, the new direction is immediate. The simple kick drum, the intricate synthesised ambience and the gentle guitars lay…

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  2. Ty Segall - Manipulator

    Ty Segall

    Ty Segall has become a name synonymous with relentless productivity thanks largely to the fact that in addition to his now seven solo records, he has released 17 other albums under different guises since he began this unparalleled streak in 2008. The past couple years in particular have seen him hyperactively hop between styles from the sludgy Stooges-like mayhem of Slaughterhouse, to the fuzzy…

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  3. Basement Jaxx - Junto

    Basement Jaxx FB3

    With a career spanning a total of twenty years, experience is something Basement Jaxx definitely aren’t short of. Working themselves up from modest beginnings in 1994 to achieving chart domination in the early 2000s and to then fade from the Top 40 spotlight, the dance duo have observed numerous faces of dance music. Junto, the seventh album to come from the pair, presents the latest rebirth of…

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  4. DZ Deathrays @ The Joiners

    DZ Deathrays - 1

    Battery Hens’ Kurt Cobain wannabe front man stood looking gloomily down the microphone. The rest of the meagre looking grunge band stood almost motionless as they played songs with overly familiar riffs, struggling to move at all amidst the excessive number of effects pedals on the floor. Midway into their set Battery Hens’ true personality finally began to shine through, they became much more…

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  5. Prince To Release Two Albums Next Month

    Prince Art Official age

    Prince has revealed that he is to release two albums on the same day next month. Plectrum Electrum, the long-awaited debut of his 3rd Eye Girl band – of which he took on his recent ‘tour’ around London – is finally set for release in addition to a new solo record entitled Art Official Age. That’s the artwork up there above. There’s clearly no sign yet of The Purple one dressing down anytime soon.

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  6. Rustie - Green Language


    Almost a full three years have gone by since Rustie dropped his debut album Glass Swordsvia pioneering imprint Warp Records. Back then, when dubstep was on the brink of Massive-fuelled implosion and EDM was set to rise from its ashes like some monstrous bionic phoenix, the excitable synth-driven sounds offered by the Glaswegian provided a breath of fresh air for those suffocating under the…

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  7. Jason Feathers - De Oro

    Given his apparent distaste for genre confinements since the days of the beloved Bon Iver - which have seen him tackle post-rock with Volcano Choir, play a key role in West’s…


  8. Flying Lotus Debuts New Track On BBC Radio 6

    Flying Lotus - You're Dead

    Today Flying Lotus appeared on air with BBC Radio 6’s Gilles Peterson and introduced the first taster of his upcoming album You’re Dead! with the track ‘Moment Of Hesitation’.

    Flying Lotus discussed the track during a short interview with Peterson in which he revealed the track’s personnel which includes jazz legend Herbie Hancock, ol’ buddy Thundercat and Kamasi Washington, a recent signee on…

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  9. Indiana – No Romeo

    Indiana – No Romeo (Post 22/08)


    ‘Solo Dancing’ by Nottingham born singer-songwriter Lauren Henson (known by stage name Indiana) hit number 1 in the iTunes alternative chart and number 14 in the UK singles chart earlier this year leaving a high anticipation for following debut album No Romeo.

    Imagine a fusion of New Order and Lana Del Rey at their ultimate novice and you have No Romeo. The talent is there, but it’s not exactly…

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  10. Killer Mike and El-P announce ‘RTJ2’

    Run the Jewels - El-P (left) and Killer Mike

    Killer Mike and El-P have announced the follow-up to their self titled debut as Run The Jewels, RTJ2.

    Alongside the announcement, the duo also released a full version of ‘Blockbuster Night Part 1‘.You can listen to the track below.

    Rage Against The Machine’s Zac De La Roca and Blink 182’s Travis Barker are confirmed as guest, after having been hinted at by appearances in pictures from the…

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