Electronic

Single review: Dream Estate ‘You’

2017 may have been a pretty rubbish year in terms of equality, politics and terrorism, but we have to admit

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Single review: Victoria Celestine – ‘Can You Hear The Echo?’

Multi-instrumentalist Victoria Celestine returns with yet another catchy as hell new single. ‘Can You Hear The Echo?’ is out now

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EP Review: LOOP – Call Me LOOP

London-based singer-songwriter Georgia Buchanan, AKA LOOP, has released her debut EP “Call Me LOOP”. Although brand new blood, LOOP is

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Album Review: Alison Moyet – Other

Anybody who has kept track of Alison Moyet’s movements in recent years will know of her partnership with the extraordinary

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Single Review: Avante Black – Make A Mess

Over the last ten years, my faith in music has been alternately eroded, bouyed, crippled, and rebuilt, as I watched

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Single Review: Shadowlark – Do Your Worst

Come and get lost in the misty, night-drenched aura of Shadowlark’s debut cut ‘Do Your Worst’. It’s hard not to

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Single Review: Dirty Dollhouse – ‘The Last Time’

Female electronic-folk trio, Dirty Dollhouse,  seemed to hide themselves away in their evocative and euphonious empire after the release of  their

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Single review: Victoria Celestine – ‘Carrying On’

Despite her tenders and sheer youthful exuberance, Victoria Celestine is already on her way to finding stardom. Her latest single

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Single review: EMILIE – ‘Never Enough’

In an industry that feels almost inundated with electronic music at the moment, Edinburgh-based artist EMILIE comes as a breathe

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London Grammar Unveil Title of their Second Album “Truth Is a Beautiful Thing”

Four long years after their critically acclaimed debut ‘If You Wait’, the Ivor Novello recipients have unveiled the details of

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