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  • The 405 at Eurosonic: An Interview with Sea Change
  • The 405 meets Rae Morris: "I feel like a parent who is about to get her freedom back."
  • Under The Influence: Shackles' Gift by Zun Zun Egui
  • Low's The Great Destroyer: 10 Years On
  • The 405 at Eurosonic: An Interview with Sea Change
  • The 405 meets Rae Morris: "I feel like a parent who is about to get her freedom back."
  • Under The Influence: Shackles' Gift by Zun Zun Egui
  • Low's The Great Destroyer: 10 Years On
  • The 405 at Eurosonic: An Interview with Sea Change

    by Doron Davidson-Vidavski, 26 January 2015

    We use the term puzzle-pop when describing the Sea Change sound because there is something decidedly confounding about it. The songs rarely go down the path you expect them to go down and the music twists and turns in a weird way. Which means that it keeps you on your toes, it keeps you guessing and it keeps you interested. [read more]

  • The 405 meets Rae Morris: "I feel like a parent who is about to get her freedom back."

    by Amelia Maher, 26 January 2015

    On the eve of the release of her debut album, there seems to be absolutely no sign of nerves, and instead she exudes an infectious enthusiasm, excitement and charming friendliness that do not falter at any point. [read more]

  • Under The Influence: Shackles' Gift by Zun Zun Egui

    by The 405, 23 January 2015

    "Tradition and modernity collide, as the band question the nature of home and our (perhaps misguided) allegiances to it. Shackles' Gift was born in Maritius, yet constructed in London, it's as indebted to the past as it is to the present and it's to the band's credit that they understand that completely." [read more]

  • Low's The Great Destroyer: 10 Years On

    by Tom Clayton, 23 January 2015

    This month we celebrate the 10th birthday of what many fans now see as Low’s defining statement, The Great Destroyer. It’s rare that a single album signals a big shift in sound for any band, and it takes a pretty brave artist to turn their backs on a signature sound, especially one as distinctive as Low’s. Luckily, they are a band with seemingly endless reserves of courage. [read more]