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Antonymes
(For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly

As Antonymes Ian M. Hazeldine has developed a sound that mixes neoclassical flourishes and the almost imperceptible pulse of ambient music. On (For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly the artist plays piano and electronics and then gradually incorporates string arrangements from James Banbury, creating a sound tha...view item »

Antonymes meets Slow Dancing Society
We Don't Look Back For Very Long

If you've not heard Antonymes yet then you really should have! The last few releases we've had by this guy have been super solid and they've flown out super quick. His take on neo-classical ambience is as good as you get and this new album where he's joined with Slow Dancing Society is a...view item »

Antonymes
The License To Interpret Dreams

I don't remember hearing this chap before. That doesn't mean to say I've not heard him before. My memory has been reduced to a pile of rubble in recent years and I often can't remember anything unless it's happened in the last 5 minutes and that's pushing it. I blame the internet. Anyhoo Mr Antonymes is from North Wales and here's made a neo-cla...view item »

Salli Lunn
Heresy & Rite

Salli Lunn are a Danish four piece from the town of Frederikshavn. 'Heresy And Rite' was originally made available at the back end of 2010 via Australian label Hidden Shoals (as well as on their own imprint) but it has only just made its way into our hands. First up, this is a hands...view item »

Hotels
Where Hearts Go Broke

I was hungry and I just ate an apple but they really dont do anything.... I'm still hungry, apples are practically a drink so I don't see how it can be classed as food. You should check out the Hotels CD though on Hidden Shoal Records though that does nothing to satiate my permanent 24 hour hunger. Where Hearts Go Broke is what I'd call quality ind...view item »

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