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Gymnast - Young Blood
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Gymnast – Young Blood (premiere)

By On April 13, 2016

Two minutes of cinematic electronica that delicately hypnotises you before subtlety looping and building into a dramatic release of dancefloor euphoria.… Read More

Thyla - Car Crash
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Thyla – Car Crash (premiere)

By On April 4, 2016

Watch the dramatic video for the soaring grunge of Thyla's Car Crash.… Read More

KEAH - Catch Breath Good Bye
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KEAH – Float (premiere)

By On March 18, 2016

With their debut EP out tomorrow, we're lucky enough to have the premier of another track from KEAH - Float is a soft and wistful electronic soundscape that envelops you in its… Read More

Light Falls - Prism
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Light Falls – Prism (premiere)

By On February 16, 2016

Lose yourself in the mesmeric techno house of Light Falls' Prism… Read More

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Orlando Seale & The Swell – Wrestling (video premiere)

By On December 8, 2015

Wrestling thunders along to the remorseless rhythm of a life that never gives you time to breathe, and the video sees Seale scrambling through a dark and joyless house party, struggling to… Read More

Feldspar - Five Years
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Feldspar – Five Years (video premiere)

By On November 6, 2015

Feldspar's Five Years is a song of obsession and emotional breakdown that builds and builds to a dramatic and thunderous crescendo, and the video by film-makers Dan Todd and Alex Jones, plays… Read More

Boat To Row - Turn The Page
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Boat To Row – Turn The Page (video premiere)

By On November 5, 2015

Turn The Page offers the withering beauty of traditional folk and the video sees the Midlands five-piece look longingly into the distance from neglected urban sprawl, as they sing about loss in… Read More

Audreytina - Who's Gonna Save Me?
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Audreytina – Who’s Gonna Save Me? (video premiere)

By On November 4, 2015

Shot for just $60, the Jed Rapp Goldstein-directed video sees Audreytina aimlessly wondering the streets of Hollwood and dancing with prostitutes, set the the jaded pop ballad, asking the same question we… Read More

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