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Bon Iver was there, along with Damien Rice, Aaron and Bryce Dessner, My Brightest Diamond, Mouse on Mars, Kings of Convenience, The Staves, two Alt-J members, and so many others. More than a hundred musicians gathered in Berlin for the most amazing, crazy, free spirit festival you can imagine. We were there too, and we brought back some great videos.

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It was a June evening at Le Comptoir Général in Paris. Alicia Keys played an outstanding Concert à Emporter, with no mic, no speaker, just a Rhodes, a double-bass, and a few fans. And we are incredibly proud of this film.

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I remember the first time I met Tom very well. It was the day WU LYF’s Go Tell Fire to the Mountain went out, and we ended up – God […]

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Sasha Siem, apart from being the finest tour guide in all of her Majesty’s kingdom, is a writer, singer and multi-instrumentalist with a new album set to be released October […]

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When I said “see you tomorrow”, they replied “maybe”. I have to admit that we trapped Money big time: the appointment was at 8am on a very cold February morning […]

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They were the first band featured in our “And Now Watch Them Grow” serie and in a couple of months, Wedding have grown quickly. The duo, half-Mancunian, half-Berliner, just signed […]

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What is more exciting than picking up bands at an early stage ? When first demos get released, when first EPs are spread all over the internet hoping that a small label will noticed them, or that a bigger one – for the luckiest ones – will approach them. What if The Lemon Twigs was instantly becoming your new favourite band?

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It was at The Great Escape last year. Brighton was surprisingly sunny, and I was walking to one of the festival’s venues to go watch a musician I had discovered a […]

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What is more exciting than picking up bands at an early stage ? When first demos get released, when first EPs are spread all over the internet hoping that a small label will noticed them, or that a bigger one – for the luckiest ones – will approach them. What if Albert B. was instantly becoming your new favourite band?

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