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From Johannesburg to Doncaster. Genre-splicing polymath Skinny Pelembe has spent 2018 releasing a volley of gorgeously abstract trip-hop tunes.
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Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
Mercurial composer and pianist Electra Perivolaris may be a new name in the contemporary classical world, but she’s already been called out as a ‘star of the future’ by BBC Introducing...
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Within the suitably bohemian surrounds of a warehouse space in Dalston, sisters AYA have mastered their sweeping, transcendent and cathartic style of pop.
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Frost is French-Swedish sound artist Johanna Bramli (Imitation Electric Piano) and Steve Lewis (Fujiya & Miyagi). Dig their binary electronics and transcendental pop here...