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  • The 405 meets Auclair
  • The 405 meets Kero Kero Bonito
  • The 405 meets Sinkane
  • My Favourite Place in London: Laura Welsh
  • The 405 meets Auclair
  • The 405 meets Kero Kero Bonito
  • The 405 meets Sinkane
  • My Favourite Place in London: Laura Welsh
  • The 405 meets Auclair

    by Richard Greenan , 19 September 2014

    London singer-songwriter Tanya Auclair's music exists in a forest of signposts and fractals, where atoms hum and fizz like planets in skewed orbit. [read more]

  • The 405 meets Kero Kero Bonito

    by Russell Thomas, 18 September 2014

    Fresh sounds! You'll get 'em with Kero Kero Bonito, a trio of musicmakers from London. In particular, you'll find 'em on their debut album, Intro Bonito. Mixing videogame sounds with J-pop, dancehall, MIDI aesthetics, seasoning with cute vibes and wonderfully inane / fun subject matter, it's pretty much a perfect intro to the band. [read more]

  • The 405 meets Sinkane

    by Lior Phillips, 18 September 2014

    There is nothing pro forma about Sinkane. Each beat of the drum feels conspicuously different, and every synth filter from the Sudanese frontman, Ahmed Gallab, seems increasingly spirited. More importantly though, there’s a kind of looseness and warmth about the new album that I find incredibly engaging. [read more]

  • My Favourite Place in London: Laura Welsh

    by Courtney Buck, 17 September 2014

    Music and photography have always had a long standing relationship, whether it’s inspiration for a song or video to persuading a potential listener to tune in. For some, the visual aspect of music is perhaps even more important than the music itself. But for 27-year-old singer/songwriter Laura Welsh, images play an integral part in her musical career. [read more]