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  • LUXURY DEATH

    Luxury Death burst onto the scene this summer surfing a wave of hype. This is mostly of course due to the appealing sounds created by the chemical spark Ben Thompson and Meg Williams channel, but also in no small part owing to Ben's history as a member of recently disbanded punky rabble-rousers Nai Harvest.
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Lully

LULLY

Having the same name as a 17th century French composer can be somewhat problematic in the Google search department. I couldn’t find anything about Lully, other than the track I was handed, but that creates a nice air of mystery about the artist. Whoever they may be (a girl it seems from the soundcloud images) … Continue reading

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D_R_O_H_N_E

Liverpool-based electronic producers DROHNE are breath of fresh air within the genre at the moment. As new artists perfect their grooves and clean cut melodies, the duo are concocting some dark and mysterious sounds. Reminiscent of acts like Trust and Crystal Castle’s, DROHNE explore the weirder realms of electronic music and latest track I.C.U is … Continue reading

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LEEDS FESTIVAL 2016 PREVIEW

It’s set to be an amazing year this year at Leeds Festival, and the line-up on the BBC Introducing stage is one of the most exciting in years. With fresh new talent coming from all over the country, it can be dizzying choosing the right acts to catch. We thought we’d give you the low-down. … Continue reading

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BREATHE PANEL

The latest signings to Fat Cat – home of We Were Promised Jetpacks, PAWS and The Twilight Sad – Breathe Panel look like they might be the latest exciting group to come out of Brighton. They’ve already played with Tipping Point faves The Big Moon, support lovely labelmates Honeyblood soon and release their first single ‘On … Continue reading

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ODINA

If you’ve come to The Tipping Point looking for a pick-me-up, this tip is not it. ‘You Loved Me, You Killed Me’ by Odina is a melancholy folk song about heartbreak. The fragile track from the London/Barcelona based musician airs the timid, quirky sensibilities of the likes of SOAK and Soko. However, Odina’s saccharine voice … Continue reading

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