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Dyllan and kidgloves give us an intimate request for ‘Company’

‘Company’ is the twinkle of fairy lights in a dark room, it’s the sound of your own breathing, it’s the inch of space between...

Hallworth’s indie-pop is ‘Built to Last’

At some point, most of us will have to start afresh. To leave somewhere comforting and safe for all the risks and rewards of...

Put on your ‘Bandana’ for some irresistible electronica with Love Lights...

When I first listened to ‘Bandana’, I thought, ‘Oh, this is a flashback’. There’s something in the adolescently confused lyrics and retro touches that...

Come into Emma Dark’s world with ‘The Spider and the Fly’

The ominous sound of a tick-tock - a clock? A bomb? - starts off Emma Dark’s ‘The Spider and The Fly’. It’s quickly followed...

QUIETLOVE’s sweet EDM is ‘The Dream’

"I wish I was somewhere", muses QUIETLOVE on his debut release, ‘The Dream’. It’s an apt emotional thesis for the strange, timeless purgatory our...

Mornings Here make adorable nightmare pop with ‘Mannequin’

Mornings Here make a genre of songwriting I truly enjoy; the kinds of songs where, if you don’t listen too closely to the lyrics,...

Enjoy an electronica ride on Einsam’s ‘Train of Thought’

There’s some music that speaks to our own personal experience as if an artist is looking into your head. And on the other side,...

Blair Coron ‘Still, Let Us Live By The Moon In Ecstasy’

The latest piece from Blair Coron, ‘Still, Let Us Live By The Moon In Ecstasy’, is not an overwhelming track, despite its flowery title....

‘Overdose’ on indie disco with Pastel Jungle

I’ve always loved disco. I could never pull off an Afro, or belt like Donna Summer, but there is something so joyous in music...

Folk-rock for a pandemic world with Midlight’s ‘Emergency Song’

‘Emergency Song’ begins with jangling guitar strums and haunting string drone. The opening lyric “All the rats have gone back to their holes”, sets...

Deconstructed pop healing with Saint Idiot’s ‘Terracotta’

‘Terracotta’ begins frantically, seemingly randomly, like a child is pressing all the buttons at once. It’s a look-at-me opening with a tuned percussion-like sound,...

A tribute to love and survival with Apteekii’s ‘Shelter’

I love a witty, upbeat, ingeniously crafted track as much as the next reviewer/nerd. But let me never underrate the claims of the simple,...
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