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Dean Blunt: The Redeemer

The Redeemer, is an intriguing, hypnotic and beautiful record that resonates around your head long after the music stops.

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DaVinci:The MOEna Lisa Mixtape

Whilst not quite the masterpiece to which its title alludes, it certainly feels like a definite artistic progression.

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Vampire Lezbos: Vampire Lezbos

Vampire Lezbos serves to remind us that there might still be a few pieces of hardcore history worthy of rediscovery.

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Flat Field

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Hippos In Tanks/World Music

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Flat Field Records

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Har Mar Superstar: Bye Bye 17

A change of direction which sees Har Mar Superstar ditching the synths and sex in favour of soul and sax.

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Cult

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Cult Records

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SWTRBDS

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Autechre: Exai

Alienating and ambiguous tracks which elude the constraints of conventional description collide with sumptuous ambiance.

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Jamie Lidell: Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell's success lies in a warped musical schizophrenia, which pays homage to its influences but doesn't shy away from its electronic roots.

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Toro Y Moi: Anything in Return

Anything In Return walks a tightrope between Toro Y Moi's past and future.

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Deerhoof: Breakup Song

Deerhoof's 12th album is an energy-pop bullet train fuelled by a surprising, newfound consistency.

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Emeralds: Just to Feel Anything

Innovation may have been forsaken for a redefinition, but Emeralds are still at the vanguard of a musical style that is definitively their own.

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Nouvelle Vague: Acoustic

This live album captures Nouvelle Vague in a reflective and entertaining mood, in front of a very enthusiastic Portuguese crowd.

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Matthew Dear: Beams

Matthew Dear returns to claim his crown as the rightful king of electro art-pop with an album that represents the neon-lit dawn of an artist at the height of his creative powers.

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New Sound Dimensions

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The View: Cheeky for a Reason

Some have marked this as a career best for the View, but it’s hard to shake the feeling that it has all come too late.

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Stake a Claim: An interview with dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip

Hip-hop duo dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip discuss life on the road, the mechanics of musical snobbery and why social networks can be dangerous for your health.


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