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“Lies” – By Fyfe

Paul Dixon, 23 year old from London is playing with this ‘folk electronica’ with this song from his self released album “Picture of Our Youth”

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“Hey Now” – By London Grammar

Really strong retro rhythms coming from this young trio who are clearly inspired by the similar chilling sounds of the XX.  Hannah Reid leads the vocals in a band that met at Nottingham University.  I think these guys are going to break big soon! Awesome stuff.

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“Run Boy Run” By Woodkid

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“This Life” – By Josef Salvat

Brand new Australian singer songwriter. Subtle yet strong downbeat melodies swim over a slow steady heartbeat followed with Josef’s spoken word vocals.

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“Timestretch” by Bassnectar

Music to rock your head back and forth to…and do work. Dub-step DJ from Santa Cruz, California. Saw this guy at Reading festival and he made my head pound brilliantly. Listen to a whole set of his to hear his best.

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“Spiral” by Bozzio, Levin, Stevens

Music to relax and do work to.   Taken from their second studio album (and my personal favourite) “Situation Dangerous” released in 2000. If you like listening to good drummers this is for you. Tragic and Tziganne are another two brilliant tracks off this album.

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“Ghostwriter” By RJD2

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‘Retrograde’ By James Blake

Having just won the Mercury Prize 2013 a few days ago, James Blake is gaining recognition for his electronic music with his album ‘Overgrown’ showing just what he’s capable of and with this song, ‘Retrograde’ demonstrating just that.

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“Sonnentanz” By Klangkarussell (Sun Don’t Shine ft. Will Heard)

Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine Ft. Will Heard) by Klangkarussell Out Now @ http://po.st/SonnentanziTunes

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“Full Circle” – By Half Moon Run

With thanks to the recent Assassin’s Creed trailer I saw at the cinema yesterday, which has the makings for a film rather than a game with the epic nature of the composition, comes this beautiful song by Half Moon Run called ‘Full Circle’.  A chilling track that fits this trailer so perfectly well I found […]

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“Synesthesia” – By Andrew McMahon

From his first album under his own name, Andrew McMahon brings together his upbeat vibes and electronic noise to compile the album “Synthesizers” – which is rather appropriate.  Somewhat underrated as an Artist as this song proves, I’m sure we’ll hear more of him as this song certainly shows promise as an Artist. Follow Andrew […]

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“Up Up Up” by GIVERS

Indie pop style band from Louisiana, USA, the ‘Givers’ here with their Up Up Up song.  Actually released in 2011, they’ve seen some fame with this song on many a quirky advert and featured on the game Fifa.  We’ll sure see if we hear more from them but I’m liking what I’m hearing.

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“I LOVE LONDON” – by CRYSTAL FIGHTERS

If you live in London then this ones for you!  English/Spanish Crystal Fighters bring forward some fast vibes in this I love London song.

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“Rain Tears” – by Get People

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“Higher Love” – by James Vincent McMorrow

Light the candles for this one.

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“Rhythm of the Night” By Bastille

You’ve got to give it to Bastille here as this is a very sexy remixed version of this classic 90’s dance song by Corona and the original “Rhythm of the Night”.  

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“Sleepyhead” by Passion Pit

Turn it up loud now and crack open that beer staring you in the face and start dancing.

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“Chocolate” By 1975

Relatively new to the scene, The 1975 are a British band who formed together in 2002 in fact, not 1975.  The name originates from some writing the band came across on the back of Beat Poetry book that was being cleared out of a run down farmhouse in Ibiza.  Their first album is due out […]

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