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Cantaloupe
Error States

Lithe Nottingham electro-synthpop quartet Cantaloupe lost a couple of members to boring life stuff (jobs, babies, you know) following 2015’s well-received Zoetrope, so follow-up Error States is mainly the work of drummer Aaron Doyle and synther John Simson plus a host of guests, all of them apparently fro...view item »


ULTRAS
ULTRAS

ULTRAS is not an album of field recordings of football gangs (although that would be good), but it does carry a certain violence to it. ULTRAS is Gav Prentice (he of Over The Wall fame) plus a number of Scottish producers, making up a racket of distorted guitar-driven pseudo-hip-hop wit...view item »


Cantaloupe
Zoetrope

Groovy instrumental synthpop weirdos Cantaloupe deliver their debut ten track album Zoetrope. The Nottingham new-schoolers clearly have no time for trends and an abundance of time for rocking the rock out of their synths. Fun for all the family. Out on vinyl LP from Hello Thor Records. Limited to 500....view item »


Grey Hairs
Schmey Hairs

Grey Hairs Schmey Hairs is released on limited edition (500 only) transparent yellow vinyl (including download codes)....view item »
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Cantaloupe
Splish / Wet Dog

My hometown of Nottingham occasionally knocks out a great band and Cantaloupe are definitely one of those, mixing synth-pop, kraut, electro, post-rock with great results, ‘Splish/Wet Dog’ is a superb catchy plonkathon of a single out on Hello Thor Records on 12” vinyl and digital download, Can...view item »
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We Show Up On Radar
Sadness Defeated



Anxieteam
Let's Eat Soya/ Lonely In The Digital World



Fists
Olympic Hits

I recently saw these guys at Truck festival and bought this EP as a result.  It's great. Weekend is quite feisty and poppy but anthemic, the keys remind me of the Stooges, but it's less scuzzy than that. Squirl Squeek is quite Cramps-y with lots of odd lyrical references.  Ace Is The Way is again anthemic ...view item »
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Fists
Cockatoo/ Skit

I reckon Fists might have won the Sleeve of The Week award with their 'Cockatoo' 7". It's so good I genuinely don't know where to start so I'll move right along to the music - it's keyboard heavy indie pop, which I'm always happy to hear a bit of every now and again if I'm honest. Coincidentally enough I'm reminded of a far gentler take on tha...view item »