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Gliss Riffer

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Pre-order Gliss Riffer in any format and receive an instant download of ‘Feel the Lightning' and 'Learning to Relax'. The Gliss Riffer inflatable hand is  over 12” in height ...View 'Gliss Riffer'?

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Why Make Sense?

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Hot Chip will release their sixth album and second for Domino, Why Make Sense?, on 18th May 2015. Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced ...View 'Why Make Sense?'?

 
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BOB MOSES ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM 'DAYS GONE BY' OUT SEPTEMBER 18TH

Bob Moses | 06/25/15

Bob Moses have announced their debut album “Days Gone By” out on Domino on September 18th, 2015.

LISTEN TO PANDA BEAR'S "CROSSWORDS (PETE ROCK REMIX)"; PBVSGR REMIXES EP OUT NEXT WEEK

Panda Bear | 06/25/15

Panda Bear will release PBVSGR Remixes EP digitally next week featuring remixes by Pete Rock, Andy Stott, Container, DJ Marfox, and PC Music member Danny L Harle. Listen to the newly released “Crosswords (Pete Rock remix)” below in addition to the previously released “Boys Latin (Andy Stott remix)” and “Come to Your Senses (Danny L Harle remix)”. See the full tracklisting below.

Panda Bear will return to the US later this year to play... Read more?

ARCTIC MONKEYS

The band’s initials, a new morning, an analogue radio frequency and an existential statement - the title of Arctic Monkeys’ fifth album AM suggests all of those things and more.  And the record itself lives up to this pithily resonant billing by being, in drummer Matt Helders’ typically forthright estimation, “the album we’ve always been waiting to make”.

It starts with a sumptuously squelchy synthetic-sounding beat. This turns out to have been built out of all too human body parts, as all four Arctic Monkeys got together to contribute foot-stamps and knee-slaps  - “which might make people think of Lederhosen,” admits... Read »

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