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Gunnelpumpers – Montana Fix Album Review

The incantatory nature of improvised music will not appeal to everybody. It's for a specialized sect, those that like to be surprised. It's the spirit of adventure that sends you off on random and unknown holidays, waiting to see what lies beyond the next corner. Like any other unplanned holiday, Gunnelpumpers' Montana Fix has its...
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Strangefruit – Sea of Fog Music Video (MV of the Week) + Director / Musician Interviews

"The original concept was that the music video would become almost like an art film. Something powerful, dramatic and theatrical, drawing on my research into psychoanalytical theories revolving around the origins of desire, sexuality and power. Exploring gender roles, the uncanny, the macabre, and Freudian theories of death and sex." Laura Clarke, Director
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Haiku Salut – Tricolore Album Review

Haiku Salut Tricolore How Does It Feel To Be Loved? (2013) Unless you closely follow the little known — but still robust — musical sub-genre of folktronica, Haiku Salut’s Tricolore will likely be unlike anything you’ve heard before. In their full-length debut, Haiku Salut — made up of musicians Gemma Barkerwood, Sophie Barkerwood, and Louise...Read...
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Olafur Arnalds – For Now I Am Winter Album Review

Olafur Arnalds For Now I Am Winter Mercury Classics Imagine yourself walking down a deserted street. It’s late in the day; the sky is dappled and mottled with clouds. The sidewalks are littered with the soggy remnants of December, slush and old receipts. Your thoughts uproot, displaced in time, remembering, projecting. A fine, chill mist...Read...
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