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Track of the Day: Danny Brown – Dip

January saw a flurry of hype surrounding Danny Brown’s first major label release. Tentatively titled ‘ODB’ and supposedly finished in December 2012, it was hotly anticipated by a rabid fan

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Track of the Day: Twin Shadow – Old Love/New Love

On last year’s excellent Twin Shadow LP, Confess, George Lewis Jr threatened to take listeners from the disco-lit stage to a dancefloor after-party on several occasions during the album’s 43

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Track of the Day: The Field – Cupid’s Head

As the pioneer of a genre that blurred the lines between minimal techno and ambient music, The Field on his three previous albums created an indelible style that pieced together

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Track of the Day: Four Tet – Parallel Jalebi

It’s always so lovely to log on to SoundCloud and have this as the latest track published in your stream. The second track to be taken from Four Tet’s forthcoming

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Track of the Day: Swearin’ – Watered Down

‘Watered Down’ bears all the hallmarks of 90s alt-rock, with lyrics about getting stoned, a bass line that runs throughout and carries the song during the downbeat moments of its

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New Video: Umlilo – The Elements

Brand new video from androgynous performance art musician, Umlilo, for a track that is dark and brooding, and sees a variety of vocal styles from the Cape Town-based artist. This follows

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Track of The Day: Blood Orange – Chamakay (ft. Caroline Polachek)

Dev Hynes, the man behind Blood Orange, has written and produced for artists as varied as Britney Spears, Florence & The Machine, Theophilus London, The Chemical Brothers and Bleeding Knees

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Track of the Day: Yuck – Age of Consent (New Order cover)

What with several bands releasing dancier singles of late, UK garage–rock/lo–fi outfit Yuck offer a response: a sublime ode to early stalwarts of the Manchester alternative dance scene and one

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Track of the Day: Arcade Fire – Reflektor

On “The Suburbs (continued)” the final track off Arcade Fire’s excellent 2010 album, The Suburbs, married singers Win Butler and Régine Chassingne whisper, “sometimes I can’t believe it, I’m moving