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Sam Gellaitry – Dntstp (2014) | New Music

  Presumably in-between projects at present, Scottish beatmaker, Sam Gellaitry, uploads an unreleased song to his secondary SoundCloud account to make us all jealous that he was making quality tracks even when he was merely 17.   Entitled “Dntstp”, it is very much a Gellaitry piece. As one might expect, the song is a little less polished than his most[…]

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The Avalanches + Toro Y Moi – If I Was A Folkstar | New Music

  Coming back after 16 years must not be easy: a lot of expectations and hype surround The Avalanches‘ new project Wildflower, coming almost two decades after the critically-acclaimed debut Since I Left You.   After having debuted the first single “Frankie Sinatra” – an infectious over-looped electro swing jingle featuring rappers Danny Brown and MF Doom – and having previewed some[…]

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Radiohead Manager Says New Album Out In June | Music News

  Radiohead’s manager, Brian Message, has reportedly revealed the band will release their next album in June, their first since 2011’s The King Of Limbs.   Speaking at an In Conversation event at the London bar, the Wanstead Tap, Message said the long-awaited album “will be like nothing you’ve ever heard”.   The news, not yet confirmed by the band[…]

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Låpsley Makes Debut US TV Performance On Colbert | Music News

  Låpsley, BBC Sound of 2015 and NME Best New Artist nominee, has made her debut on the US TV on Friday night (January 22), when she performed her new single “Falling Short”.   The singer presented the track from her upcoming album Long Way Home on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.   Now signed with XL Recordings, Låpsley started her career[…]

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Ibeyi – Ibeyi (Album Stream) | New Music

  Ibeyi are French Cuban twin sisters, who sing spiritual style chants, and mix it with a dubbed version of funk, at the tempo of your heartbeat. They deal with tough subject matters, including loss and grief, the album also branches out into a further political complex. The presence of their self-titled album is very dense, it’s darkly moving, and[…]

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