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Review: The Avalanches – Wildflower (XL Recordings)

"It is an audaciously cinematic soundtrack fitting nothing in particular; but its sweeping synaesthetic kaleidoscopes can crop up your deepest, unrealest teenage dream-memories." Harry Manson reviews Wildflower, The Avalanches' first album in sixteen years.

LIVE REVIEW: LITTLE MAY (AMPIFIER CAPITOL)

When self-proclaimed “dork” Field announced the remaining two songs there was a collective sigh of pain from the crowd - if Little May had announced they were going to continue to play, I would have continued to stand where I was, just to prolong the sheer pleasure of listening and watching these incredible artists create music that both they and their audience love. Tyler Morgan reviews.
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Review: Deakin – Sleep Cycle (My Animal Home)

"Listening to this album, you might get a sense of Deakin as a pathological procrastinator, or manic-depressive, or else afflicted by some other variety of creative paralysis to have spent six years making an album that feels largely incomplete." Nick Morlet reviews Sleep Cycle.