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  • The 405 meets King Creosote

    The 405 meets King Creosote

    by George Meixner

    In a move that will later be shown to be embarrassingly hypocritical, I called Kenny Anderson (aka King Creosote) at his native Anstruther home from my Essex-coastal abode, a distance of 550km. We talked about the unique documentary that Kenny recently scored - the music of which formed his new album, From Scotland With Love. [read more]

  • The 405 Guide to Moombahcore

    The 405 Guide to Moombahcore

    by Will Robinson

    Recently, I've seen a bunch of people throw around the phrase "moombahcore" to describe various electronic music songs. The songs themselves are usually pretty good - I'm especially partial to Downlink's remix of Porter Robinson’s '100% in the Bitch'. However, the term "moombahcore" is a shaky one at best. [read more]

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  • The Essential Elliott Smith Playlist

    The Essential Elliott Smith Playlist

    by Rob Hollamby

    In summer 2003 I woke at 4am every day for a month, and walked through sleeping suburbs as the sun came up. Those mornings, pushing a vacuum cleaner through the quiet halls of a crumbling primary school, I first came to know Elliott Smith on Either/Or, his second full-length under his own name. [read more]

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  • You Followed Us On Soundcloud: Edition #4

    You Followed Us On Soundcloud: Edition #4

    by Larry Day

    We're highlighting five acts a week that are following us on Soundcloud who we think sound any combination of rad, neat or super-duper. [read more]

  • You Are What You Listen To

    You Are What You Listen To

    by Stephanie Vance

    It happens to the best of us. We hear a song for the first time. Jaw hits floor. Push 'repeat'. It's in your headphones every morning on your commute to work. Can't start the day without it. On loop in your head for weeks. The song speaks to you in a way that you can't fully explain, but you feel under your skin. [read more]

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