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London Grammar
London Grammar have an air of restrained strength that puts them in mind of their fellow Brits, Adele and The xx. The guitars are quiet, the drums gently reverbed, and the singer’s voice is classically beautiful. There’s not much info out there on these guys, other than that they are a “London
Family Of The Year
Family Of The Year—Joe (vocals, guitar), Sebastian (drums, vocals), James Buckey (guitar, vocals), and Christina Schroeter (keyboards, vocals) - completed 14 songs with producer Wally Gagel, one-half of production/songwriting team, WAX LTD and who’s credits include Rolling Stones, Muse, New Orde
Ozark Henry
Ozark Henry has left his mark on the Belgian music scene since the mid-‘90s. His early, mostly avant-garde electronic work quickly earned him the support of artists like David Bowie, Trent Reznor, Jah Wobble and Zazie. He toured as the supporting act for Moby and Garbage and the acclaimed French m


M83 In 2003, Frenchmen Anthony Gonzalez and Nicolas Fromageau enjoyed international acclaim for the album Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts, a luscious blend of shoegaze aesthetics, ambient pop, and progressive textures. But M83 had been relea
The unconventional route machineri took to recording their debut album suits singer Sannie Fox. The band Fox formed in 2008 with fellow guitarist Andre Geldenhuys only began playing live last spring. By then, their seductive, blues-infused rock had f
Macy Gray
“These were songs that I would’ve probably written in another life,” says Macy Gray in her trademark rasp. She’s been asked to identify the common denominator linking the wildly varied songs on Covered, her stunning new collection of cover so
Mark Lanegan
Mark Lanegan (born November 25, 1964) is an American rock musician and songwriter. Lanegan began his music career in the 1980s, forming the grunge group Screaming Trees with Gary Lee Conner, Van Conner and Mark Pickerel. During his time in the band L
Martin Solveig
Martin Solveig has sharply risen from being a well-respected DJ, to one of the most formidable producers and performers in the world. His music has sold well into the millions, his music videos are renowned as by far the best in their class and his p
Matthew Mole
Matthew Mole - 'I'm not the best at speaking, but through music, it's completely comfortable.  Music - It takes up a lot of my time, it drives me, it makes me who I am.I try to live my life a little differently to the way most people think it sh
Micachu And The Shapes
Micachu & the Shapes are London-based trio Mica Levi, Raisa Khan and Marc Pell. ‘NEVER’ is their second studio album and was fully recorded and produced by the band themselves at Pell’s handmade studio in Stratford. Renowned for recording w
“I guess I just accept that the music business has fallen apart,” says Moby, describing the unexpectedly fruitful environment that spawned his upcoming album, Innocents. “That demise means that, as a 47-year-old musician, when I make a record,
Mystery Jets
The Mystery Jets sit around a vast table, upstairs in a plush West London studio. Downstairs in the control room, putting the finishing touches to the third Mystery Jets album, lurks Chris Thomas, legendary producer of Roxy Music’s For Your Pleasur
The Magnetic Fields
Songwriter Stephin Merritt enjoys working with themes: escape, country roads, vampires, miniatures. The Magnetic Fields’ House of Tomorrow (1992) featured all “loop” songs. Distortion (2008) was an homage to the sound of the Jesus & Mary Ch
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