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Original Swimming Party Release ‘Biggest Curse’

Electronic experimental duo Original Swimming Party, have announced the release of their new single  ‘Biggest Curse’ featuring vocalist Moonchild Sanelly. Taken from their forthcoming remix EP, the single is now available to stream from October 6th.

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Telegram’s New Single ‘You Said You Saw us’ to be released soon

To coincide with a short UK Tour, London rockers TELEGRAM are set to release a brand new single on the 4th of November 2016. Recorded in London with producer Andy Savours, ‘You Said You Saw Us’ is the first new material since the release of their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Operator’ in February this year, and is set to be their finest moment yet. A truly rocking statement of intent, the new single will be available at all major outlets and will also come as part of a special digital edition of the album.

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Massive Attack: ‘The Spoils’ with Cate Blanchett

The Famed Bristolian rockers are playing London’s O2 arena next February, heralding the dates with a startlingly beautiful video of ‘The Spoils’, directed by John Hillcoat and featuring the iconic face of Cate Blanchett. All’s fair in love and war, as the saying goes. What do we walk away with when love ends?

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Erika: 3D Warrior

Hot on the heels of Bjork and her three dimensional Virtual Reality show at somerset House comes Erika, who is launching her new 3DVR app at Lights of Soho on Monday the 15th August. Following on from shows in Europe and the UK, this exciting app will feature songs and artwork by Erika and her collaborators and friends. The launch will also herald a new single Kryptonite which will be released on the 22nd of August on Imma Sounds.

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Paul Smith sounds on Apple Music

Paul’s trio of themed playlists is also accompanied by a short film shot in various locations around Notting Hill including Paul’s regular spot of record shopping, Rough Trade, and his office in Covent Garden.

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In Praise of the Alabama 3: Still Standing

SEEN has always loved this band, ever since ‘The Sopranos’ in fact, for which they wrote the theme ‘Woke Up This Morning’. It’s hard to believe that twenty years later, they’re still standing, still relevant, and have just announced a new album and tour, to start this Autumn.

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Tiga: No Fantasy Required, Part Three – Truth

SEEN has been a fan of electronic music pioneer Tiga for some time, since the hypnotic ‘Make Me Fall In Love’, so we are enjoying his third full-length album, No Fantasy Required, which is out on Counter Records. The accompanying video series, directed by Tiga himself, illuminates his creative process and is typically coloured by his articulate humour. Part Three is succinctly entitled Truth.