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MEAN LOVE - Sinkane

With roots in the rich musical history of North America as well as Africa, Sinkane provide a new perspective on what Soul Music is, and what it can be. Sinkane’s Mean Love rolls like an emotional, existential history of the artist. Ahmed Gallab has crea

V - Maroon 5

This latest album from Maroon 5 includes the songs 'It Was Always You' and 'Coming Back For You'. The Guardian gave it two stars feeling that: "There are enough hooks here to show how the LA band have shifted 17m albums, but also evidence as to why mo

Whorl - Simian Mobile Disco

James Ford and Jas Shaw aka Simian Mobile Disco are back with a brand new album featuring the tracks 'Redshift' and 'Sun Dogs'. The Skinny said: "Whorl feels like a bold new direction for the duo".

Milk for Your Motors - Gemma Ray

This new album from Gemma Ray is the follow up to her 2012 album 'Island Fire'. It includes the songs 'The Wheel' and 'Buckle Up'.

Syro - Aphex Twin

Whenever one of the most celebrated and influential electronic fartist, Richard D. James can compete with the music flip to influence built. The better part of a decagon, James Polygon Window, Caustic Window, GAK and maintain, including Aphex Twin has unr

Looking Backwards, Moving Forwards: Gemma Ray Interviewed

With a new album, Milk For Your Motors, out now, Wyndham Wallace meets Basildon-born Gemma Ray to discuss nostalgia, serendipity and her love for her new home, Berlin.

Indiana: No Romeo review dance-pop that's no stranger to despair

Dressing despair up as dance music is an idea older than disco itself.

Mean Love review easy-going psychedelic groove pop from Sinkane

(DFA)Brooklyn's Ahmed Gallab has been many things a multi-instrumental Yeasayer and Caribou collaborator, the band leader in the recent William Onyeabor revival tour, and a recording artist in his own right, now on a couture indie-dance label.

Telepathic Relations: An Interview With Shabazz Palaces

The astral hip hop of Seattle's Shabazz Palaces conjures up a disorienting and thrilling patchwork of shifting moods and sensations. Laura Snoad speaks to vocalist Ishmael Butler about new album Lese Majesty, the science fiction of Octavia Butler, and the

Maroon 5: V review - the search for another Moves Like Jagger continues

When Maroon 5 released Moves Like Jagger in 2011, they achieved something no other band had ever achieved: they made sane people question whether they might, in fact, quite like Maroon 5.