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Omar Souleyman Releases ‘To Syria, With Love’

SEEN cannot believe that she hasn’t listened to anything by the great Omar Souleyman, before. He started out as a wedding singer in his native Syria before re-locating to Turkey six years ago to escape the civil war. Since then he’s toured the globe, collaborated with Björk and Four Tet, performed at the Nobel Peace Prize …

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Migration is out: Bonobo’s Long-awaited New Release

SEEN absolutely loves Simon Green, aka Bonobo, and when we heard about the arrival of a whole new album (the first since 2013’s The North Borders), it’s something we get very excited about. With the masterful ‘Migration’ (Bonobo’s sixth album), he cements his place in the very highest echelons of electronic music, and beyond.

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After the Explosion, before the Collapse: Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro, Mayfair

SEEN very much admired Conrad Shawcross’s fabulous and profound sculpture that was part of last year’s Barbican exhibition on science-fiction, so we were pleased to hear that he’s back with a new exhibition starting 13th September. Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of new works by Conrad Shawcross. After the Explosion, Before the …

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Julie & The Wrong Guys Share Album Streamer

Julie & The Wrong Guys are airing a new video accompaniment to their self-titled debut LP. The band is comprised of Julie Doiron, of the ’90s Sub Pop band Eric’s Trip, Eamon Mcgrath and members of the hardcore band Cancer Bats, and while it may seem like an unusual combination, NPR describes the record as …