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alt-J: Relaxer Review – The New String-Laden Approach Leaves us with Nothing Much to Decipher

Over the last five years, alt-J have become wonderfully wonky soundtrack poster boys for nerd chic. Armed with a salvo of digital ticks and squawks, an absurd bibliography of Continue reading alt-J: Relaxer Review – The New String-Laden Approach Leaves us with Nothing Much to Decipher

Bastille’s Wild World: A Genre-Less Pop Album for the Alternative Crowd

‘To me, the image isn’t about what’s just happened or what happens next. It’s not about how they got there or how they got down. It’s about sharing a moment- two friends existing in that split second in that exact space, two people framed in the vast context of this huge mad metropolis that we’ve built. They’re there out of choice,’ Continue reading Bastille’s Wild World: A Genre-Less Pop Album for the Alternative Crowd