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Buke and Gase at The Line Of Best Fit

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Buke and Gase new songs featured at The Line Of Best Fit

Brooklyn’s experimental indie duo Buke and Gase are back with “No Land” and “Pink Boots”, their first tracks since 2017’s Arone vs. Aron EP.
— The Line Of Best Fit

Mothers at Loud And Quiet

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Mothers album review at Loud And Quiet

Variegated textures come with jagged rhythm guitars and heavy percussive lines; the polyrhythmic influence is evident on tracks like ‘PINK’ with a brilliantly thunderous mesh of pedals and distortion.
— Loud And Quiet

Binker and Moses at Dazed.

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Binker and Moses feature at Dazed.

Musicians Moses Boyd and Binker Golding reflect on the significance of the temporarily shuttered venue, which helped usher in the city’s ‘new jazz scene’
— Dazed

Astrid Sonne album review at Drowned In Sound

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Astrid Sonne album 'Human Lines' review at Drowned In Sound

This is an excellent album, and should appeal to anyone interested in contemporary composition, avant-garde electronic music, or travelling between different worlds and zones.
— Drowned In Sound

Soho Rezanejad at The 405

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Soho Rezanejad interview at The 405

We talked to the Danish musician about the impetus and inspirations for her new album Six Archetypes
— The 405

Soho Rezanejad album review at The Quietus

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Soho Rezanejad album review at The Quietus

Rezanejad’s vocals – a heady mix of Nico’s monotone croon, the booming and unexpected inner strength of Zola Jesus and the idiosyncratic dexterity of Kate Bush – lends an resonance that is perfectly in sync with the electronic soundscapes and silences that form the bedrock of her music.
— The Quietus

Myles Manley video premiere on The Fader

Myles Manley video premiere 'Relax; Enjoy Your Night Upon The Town' on The Fader

The Irish singer/songwriter pulls his own “Praise You”-style dance moves across a city, his jerky movements embodying the anxiety of his folk-pop single.
— The Fader