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CEO – Wonderland Review

CEO, or rather Eric Berglund, finally released its long anticipated second album Wonderland earlier this month, after teasing us with singles Whorehouse and Wonderland for the last couple of weeks.

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The Knocks – Savior (ft Wes Miles)

Usually, I’m somewhat allergic to “featuring” tracks. But for one of my favourite vocalists, Wes Miles from Ra Ra Riot (yes, he really is!), I’m more than happy to make

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Howling Bells – Slowburn

Rewind a bit (couple of years) and yours truly went to see a band play in the biggest venue in my hometown. I honestly don’t remember who I went to

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SLK – Be

SLK released her first single Ride a couple of weeks ago and made quite an impression here. SLK’s ambient sound, electronic percussion and touching vocals might not be the most

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Cash+David – Funn

Funn. Not fun, or Fun, or even Fun. But Funn. It’s the title of London-based duo Cash+David’s (Johnny and Craig) first single. They describe themselves as “Singing ‘Like A Virgin’

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Khushi – Phantoms

We’re big fans of Khushi with his beautifully orchestrated melodies and touching vocals… And we’re sure you’ll be fan as soon as you hear this! And yes, Phantoms, again yeah.

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Bastille – Flaws (The Chainsmokers Remix)

Bastille picked up a well-deserved Brit Award yesterday for British Breakthrough Act (beating Disclosure, London Grammar, Laura Mvula and Tom Odell) after a very successful year. Equally impressive is the

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Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow Review

Welcome to the beautiful weird world of Bombay Bicycle Club. Their latest album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, is one of the first top albums of the year. It even