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Night Flight
Night Flight

Night Flight have been likened to Coldplay, although I’m not too sure they’re happy with that comparison. There is a video of them on Twitter covering a Steely Dan song with a strategically placed Big Star album in the background, though, perhaps this points more to their influences. Their self-titled debut album is made up from two previously released EPs and two brand new tracks.
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Roo Panes
Quiet Man

‘I'm not the man they think I am at home/Oh no no no I'm a quiet man/Quiet man burning out his fuse up here alone’ is not how any of the choruses on the third LP from Roo Panes go. Mostly they sound like stuff that he’s swept up from Bon Iver’s cutting-room floor while Justin Vernon nipped out for a quick game of backgammon with Kanye. His earnestly intense quiver of a voice is accompanied by some earnestly intense instrumentation on Quiet Man - mostly guitar, drums, piano and those little chemtrails of reverb that Olafur Arnalds puts on everything. Bear Grylls probably loves this album.

Whyte Horses
Empty Words

Here come enigmatic Manchester psychedelicists Whyte Horses with their second album (not counting the thing they did with a children's choir). They are led by crate digger Dom Thomas who also finds time amongst digging those crates to helm Finders Keepers. Noel Gallagher described their last record as 'great' so hopes are even higher for this.  

Mt. Wolf
Aetherlight

Comparisons will be made, Sigur Ros being one of the most frequently-drawn similarities, but the truth is Mt. Wolf are onto something original. Aetherlight is their debut offering and it's a record that simmers away, constantly threatening to boil over into chaos. Don't take this thirteen-track lightly...

Whyte Horses
Pop Or Not

Whyte Horses are a Manchester project helmed by Dom Thomas of Finders Keepers, who is all about exploring global vinyl archives to find unheard wonders. That feeds into the band, whose sound combines an implausibly wide array of genres into an energetic melange that just about seems to work. Pop Or Not is out on CRC Music.

Roo Panes
Paperweights

Contemporary folk-inspired pop (or is it pop-inspired folk?) from the heart of rural Dorset. Roo Panes follows up last year’s debut Little Giant with Paperweights, a collection of 10 tracks that probe “a place of deep personal expression [while] resonating with universal truths and values”, via voice and guitar. Out on CRC Music.
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Roo Panes
Little Giant

Earnest and heartfelt singer-songwritering here from Dorset-born Roo Panes (is that his real name?), 'Little Giant' steers clear of fashions and fads to deliver some beautiful nimbly fingerpicked guitar and Panes's rich, clear voice commanding the listener's attention with some intuitive, emotional folkpop, gently augmented by soft female backing vocals, strings and piano.

Family of the Year
Summer Girl EP


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