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Hilary Woods – Birthmarks // Album Review

And this intensity pervades throughout, as across the eight tracks, Woods explores fluctuating experiences of selfhood and becoming expressed with unbridled ferocity.

Beatrice Dillon – Workaround // Album Review

Whilst Workaround captures the hypnotism of sultry, dusky nights in the club, drawing on the spaciousness of dub and experimental electronica, it's also an incredibly intimate record, deserving of attentive solitary listening.

Clipping. // Interview

"Every moment in time gets the monster it deserves. It’s always some sort of representation of some anxiety within a culture."

Jenny Hval // Interview

“I think for someone who feels different, or is treated differently, being able to feel ordinary is a place of calm”.

KAINA – Next To The Sun // Album Review

Emitting an emotive warmth and vitality, Next To The Sun – the debut record from Chicago based artist, KAINA – is imbued with a glistening, rich humanity.

Jamila Woods // Interview

"I’d been thinking a lot about the question of what will I add to that conversation…"

TALLINN MUSIC WEEK // LIVE REVIEW

"I was repeatedly impressed by the consideration and dedication to the event." Kezia Cochrane reviews Tallin Music Week.

Stella Donnelly – Beware Of The Dogs // Album Review

Lyrically, Beware of the Dogs bears Donnelly’s particular, wry demeanour as she astutely balances sharp wit alongside stark vulnerability, purveyed via her soaring vocals.

Sir Babygirl // Interview

"My mom raised me to deeply respect Whitney Houston as the most important diva..."

Buke And Gase – Scholars // Album Review

A record of hypnotising eclecticism, Scholars is a striking testament to the duo's sublime talent.

Harvey Causon // New Sounds 2019

The Bristol-based musician and producer crafts songs imbued with emotive poignancy purveyed through his pensive and insightful lyricism.

Vessel // Interview

"...listening to classical music was like a whole new world of language and expression and feeling and, to me, that actually seems really punk."

CHAI – PINK // Album Review

Across the six tracks, CHAI embrace self-love and acceptance, reject beauty norms, tackle the world of modern dating and alight on the 'Hello Kitty cult' with their playful and defiant vitality.

Amber Mark – Conexão // EP Review

Amber Mark’s blossoming and textured sonic tapestries know no bounds; her EP exists distinctly in a world of it’s own making.

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