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Brooklyn Bowl, London 27/08/15
We'll get something in the diary soon
The EP was recently released by Delicious Demon Records. [read more]
The release follows July's stellar single debut 'As Ever', the title track to Gemma's upcoming album coming in October. [read more]
The star producer/DJ/musician sat on DJ Target's BBC 1Xtra show to debut his eclectic 20-minute plus mix. [read more]
If you thought his The King of AnxietyEP was impressive, wait until you get a load of this. [read more]
The delicious nuanced sounds and soft understated atmosphere in the EP's opening track 'Angel' takes centre stage here over any maximalist filling of space. [read more]
It judders forward with shuffling drums, gloriously looping guitar lines weaving through and rippling into one another in fluid mergers of melody and rhythm, warm crunchy bass rumbling below. Flavoured with ordered chaos. [read more]
The track was inspired by stories Hanna heard while working at SafePlace, a shelter for women that survived sexual abuse and domestic violence. [read more]
The song is propelled forward through big, sing-along choruses, whirring guitar melodies and mechanical chords. [read more]
Clanton's gutsy vocals boom, providing admirable humanity amidst the swirling mechanics and distant past of the music's hypnotic tide. [read more]
It's described by singer Karl Klaseie as "a simple song living in a complex world." For me, that's true enough: softly jangling guitars, a jaunty rhythm, uncluttered nature and a laid-back vibe. [read more]
It's a calm yet swirling pool of gleaming sounds, like pinprick stars set to a sparse, steady beat: the ticking of a clock as plaintive introspection effuses from gentle guitars and Foy's fluttering vocal. [read more]
Coming Home To Texas is made up of reworked tracks from his debut LP, and features the likes of Slim Thug and Bun B. [read more]
The surprise duo's new 12" EP arrives today. [read more]
Spence's new album Prom King arrives September 18th. [read more]
With a new album on the way, the Stones Throw alum hatches a funktastic remix of the UK duo's newest single. [read more]
Soundtrack royalties will go towards building a performing arts center in his hometown of Compton.
The Los Angeles native's debut album Me arrives September 11th on Terrible Recordings.
The band kick off their upcoming tour this Friday at the Exchange in Bristol.
The unsigned outfit's new album Impact arrives September 18th.
The emotive, jarring video was personally directed by Jam City (Jack Latham) and Canela Blue Roan.
The triumphant return of The 405's most unsuccessful column. I'm sure that this will make me happy. Single of the week is back and in need of your rapturous validation.
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