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Post-Ape – The World is Over

Post-Ape – The World is Over

  • 18th November 2013

Congo happened to be on TV this afternoon – a great flashback to the ever optimistic 90s. There’s the camp diamond hungry Tim Curry and a volcano that destroys the wonderfully named city of Zinj, just after everyone’s been saved by Amy the gorilla (that’s her sitting on the plane…

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Hoopla Blue

Hoopla Blue

  • 16th August 2013

Birmingham’s Hoopla Blue have just released Seams, their second only track to the world ever. It’s brilliant.

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Jingo

Jingo

  • 7th June 2013

Despite their conventional setup, their music is quite exceptional. Their are hints of Mansun and Garbage with a real melodic rock vibe.

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Cosmo Sheldrake

Cosmo Sheldrake

  • 22nd March 2013

The world is abundantly full of mind-blowing instruments, but one you’ll always remember is a Sousaphone. It’s related to the tuba and predominantly designed for marching bands, wrapping around the body of the player. It’s instrumental hug. What the world is not full of is people like Cosmo Sheldrake –…

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Hotel Cinema

Hotel Cinema

  • 6th March 2013

The LA duo Mark Hadley & Keeley Bumford are also known as Hotel Cinema. I haven’t visited them yet but I’ve heard their blissfully intricate pop.

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Joanna Syze & Tyhh – Left In Dust VIP

Joanna Syze & Tyhh – Left In Dust VIP

  • 5th March 2013

Joanna Syze & Tyhh began a collaborative relationship through a mutual passion for quick beats and big bass. Although they’re both Bulgarian, Joanna moved to North America in 1991 and it was the web that brought her together with Tyhh.

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