New Album from Erik Nilsson in July

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Hearing Things, the new album by  Swedish neo-classical ambient artist Erik Nilsson, will see release on 30th July through Hidden Shoal. Drawing on folk, classical and electronica, Erik Nilsson blends acoustic instruments with field recordings and computer-generated sounds, crafting music akin to early Four Tet, Tortoise at their most minimal, … [Read more...]

New video from Nick de la Hoyde

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In the current musical landscape, there are no longer barriers. You don't have to be from New York or LA to be a rap artist. Poetry and pop music can go hand-in-hand, and an MC doesn't need to shy away from wearing his heart on his sleeve. This makes it the perfect time to introduce Nick de la Hoyde. Nick de la Hoyde is a 21-year-old … [Read more...]

Third album from Iglomat due in July

Post-rock electronica project Iglomat is back with its third album, Iglomat III, to be released July 27th on KFM Records.  The songs off the upcoming album are full of melodic, involving instrumentals, but also include some engaging vocal performances.  At its start, the project, co-founded by David Jack, was centered on two guitars and the sounds … [Read more...]

New EP from Island Apollo

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Having gained a seriously considerable following as The Bolts, Island Apollo is off to new and exciting things. After starting The Bolts as teenagers in Irvine, California, they were played frequently on KROQ, won Orange County's "Best Pop Artist" from the OC Music Awards, and opened for Capital Cities and Third Eye Blind.  The band established … [Read more...]

Italian electronic duo A Copy For Collapse releases 2nd Album

Synth-Electronic duo A COPY FOR COLLAPSE release new LP 'Waiting For'A Copy For Collapse has released their second full-length LP 'Waiting For' via the label No Sense of Place, bringing them closer to indie chill, dance and dreampop territory than ever before.  It is available digitally and on 12'' vinyl through the label No Sense of Place. This … [Read more...]

New album from Haiku Salut in July

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Listen to lead single "Bleak And Beautiful (All Things").  Opening with a single intake of breath, the song sees the Derbyshire Dales trio continue to fuse ideas and genres to create a song that melts electronica into folk and teaches techno how to waltz. : When the trio released their debut album, “Tricolore”, in 2013, the trio of Gemma, Louise … [Read more...]

New album from Fire In The Radio

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A supergroup of sorts, Fire In The Radio are a band of punk and hardcore lifers who’ve pooled their resumes into an exceptionally catchy, well-written album, Telemetry. Think Samiam, late-period Jawbreaker, even Saves The Day.” Work on Telemetry, which contains eleven tracks, started last year when Fire in the Radio spent time at Inner Ear … [Read more...]

New compilation from DulceSky

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'Spies of the System: 03-14' -DulceSky Celebrates 11 Years of Audio Releases DulceSky, the American dream-rock, shoegazer-influenced band with Chilean roots has been creating distinctive, dynamic, melodic music since its inception in 2002 by founder and frontman Oliver Valenzuela. The band’s sonically-involving, lyrically thought-provoking, … [Read more...]

New remixes EP from Lunar Twin

Dream wave duo LUNAR TWIN debut EP via Emerald & Doreen Recordings Dream-wave band Lunar Twin presents their new EP on German boutique label Emerald & Doreen Recordings. This release features two tracks from their debut Lunar Twin EP - a new edit of their breathtaking 'Champagne' along with some rather amazing remixes, and a new edit of … [Read more...]

Jessica Pratt announces UK and Scandinavian tour

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Still counting the plaudits awarded to her sublime and even more intimate second album, On Your Own Love Again (released earlier this year on Drag City), cult-building American folk troubadour Jessica Pratt makes a much-requested return trip across The Atlantic for a small and bound-to-sell-out-fast live tour of UK and Scandinavian cities this … [Read more...]