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The Olms dropped a low-profile album last year – a collection of beautiful songs, finely crafted with classic 60s style. We didn’t expect they would also dress the part, with all the eccentricity of the decade…

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August 2014, Fort St. Père, Saint-Malo. While festivalgoers were pogoing and head banging in masses at the Thee Oh Sees concert, we followed the four Londoners of Fat White Family […]

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We know nothing about Fictonian. We have but a single photo of him, taken from afar, and until now we’d only heard one of his pieces, “Full Circle Influence” – […]

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His voice is delicate. His guitar style tight. His songs minimalist. Physically, Tsutomu Satachi is completely spare; not a single thing sticks out of place. Faced with an entity built […]

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There’s always a certain absurdity to getting into an empty stadium, finding yourself alone and surrounded by immensity and silence in a place so usually full of life and noise […]

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They seemed like it was their first day in love. They were smiling. They looked like they were happy to be there on that sunny April afternoon. They were the grandparents that everyone wished they had.

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NO CEREMONY/// is exaltation despite suffering. It’s a band who takes the ashes of its sadness to make confetti, who keeps going when the heart’s no longer there and who […]

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I was this close to writing 40 lines of “Kevin Morby is great” for you, because talking about everything from this guy’s talent, to his fortunate pedigree (The Babies, Woods) […]

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Surrounded by valleys and beaches, thickets and stone houses and rocks softened by the tide, the Rance dam is like an anomaly in the Saint-Malo countryside: a model of uprightness […]

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I remember having read that Damon McMahon responded plainly, ”I’ve had many lives” in an interview when asked about his past. His atypical path in life makes it seem, however, like […]

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