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LO FIVE When It’s Time To Let Go

Exploring the landscape soundtracks of Lo Five… Described by its creator, Neil Grant as “deep landscape electronics” and “an album of wild spaces and intimate rooms”, the sentiments behind this debut album will not fail to resonate with the listener. … Read More


Atmospheric synthpop touches the soul… The dulcet tones of EMPATHY TEST are keeping an industrious schedule following on from the polished perfection of ‘By My Side’. Now the electronic outfit return with a new tune in the form of the … Read More

MARNIE Lost Maps

Smooth contemporary synthpop both strange and weird… With the release of her first solo album Crystal World back in 2013, Helen Marnie demonstrated that she was just as adept at operating under her own steam as working within the group … Read More


Fragmented aesthetic tunes offer intrigue… Perhaps the most striking thing about the debut album from Kelly Lee Owens is its fractured nature. At heart an electronic album, the tracks contained within dart between ambient soundscapes and beat-driven compositions. Owens, who … Read More

CAROLINE McLAVY Electrostatic

Dancepop delights from the grassroots electronic scene… The domestic electronic music scene has been rapidly evolving in recent years as the next generation of musicians step up with their own approach to synthpop. This can take many forms, often taking … Read More

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