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Last week we had that Gil-Scott Heron double bill, this week it's D-Block Europe and a hell of a lot more. We've got some really big artists, we've got some really not so big artists and some somewhere in the middle artists, so dive in!



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Tame Impala
The Slow Rush: Hey did you know that Tame Impala is just one guy? Just kidding, of course you did. Well that one guy (hi Kevin) is back at it again. The Slow Rush is a triumph of the kind of psychedelic rock he's pursued over the past few years. Catchy vocals hidden behind a mist of reverb, phenomenally well mixed drums and all wonderfully blended together. Buy this one on vinyl, turn on some coloured LED's and enjoy a journey into space and back.




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Katie Gately
Loom: What do you get when you cross Björk, Zola Jesus, serpentwithfeet and a genuine artist. the answer is Katie Gately, and if you missed her first album then definitely catch this one. A deft mix of big electronic sounds and well composed classical material. This is charged with dark and spooky energy that's guaranteed to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand right up. This is a really strong album, and one dedicated to her mother, “My mother’s voice is in this record, her picture’s in the sleeve notes. This record is for her” so you know it's extra special.


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Nathaniel Rateliff
And It's Still Alright: Also found in the Night Sweats, Nathaniel Rateliff is a rare breed of musician. He put it best himself when he said "I was always drawn to do a record that maybe no one’s going to love, but you do it because it’s important to you,”. That comes through big time on this, with sparse, unplugged and emotional ballads. Nathaniel's voice really carries this with gorgeous instrumental scenes. This might not be an album you like but it may be an album you love.


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Boniface
Boniface: This is the debut album from multi-instrumentalist indie genius, Boniface. It's full of the luscious synth, earnest vocal work and solid indie v i b e s you would expect from a much more established artist. The fact that they're pulling this out on album number one is a sign that this is one to watch with both eyes open. Just think, in a few years time you'll be able to tell everyone how you knew them before they were cool and it'll all be because of us.


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Moses Boyd
Dark Matter: If you liked any of the albums featured in recent Mercury Awards then you already really like Moses Boyd. That's because this drummer, producer, musician and label owner has had hands in albums by Sampha the Great, Little Sims and more. With this new album he's putting that jazz mastery to work. With plenty of fun grooves, massive solo's and instrumental wizardry, this is an album that proves the UK jazz scene is still going strong.


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Ash
Teenage Wildlife - 25 Years of Ash: Ash are one of those bands that if you haven't listened to them, you've probably heard of them. Now is a great time to change that, because you've missed some really great stuff. One of the few bands to smash through the indie-pop waves of the late 90's. Ash have consistently put out quality records and this is an excellent roundup of the highlights.




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D-Block Europe
Home Alone: This week is a D-Block Europe Double Bill because these South London boys are brilliant. On this mixtape, they've assembled a broad mix of their extremely varied back catalogue. From smooth and chill to big and banging, this has got it all. You'd hope so what with there being 19 fantastic tracks on here.



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D-Block Europe
Street Trauma: These boys are BUSY with a capital B and a capital USY. A massive album with 16 tracks with the number of features being the same number as how many bad songs there are. That's zero, by the way, zero bad tracks, just sick beats and the kind of real deal grime you want. Now you can own it on both of these albums first physical releases.


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Kvelertak
Splid: Ahhh Kvelertak, our favourite fun-to-say-hard-to-spell Norwegian heavy metal band. Now fronted by new lead-viking, Ivar Nikolaisen, they've put together an album every bit as (skull) cracking as their last albums, with personality out the wazoo. The lyrics are great ("Surrender to the hegemony of the owl!") mix is stellar and it's a lot of fun, go buy!


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Suicide Silence
Become The Hunter: Suicide Silence have had, it's probably fair to say, a bit of a bumpy ride. If you were turned off by their last record that's pretty fair but this record, with people such as Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Gojira) & Ted Jensen (Of Mice & Men, The Devil Wears Prada) behind it, this gets right back to the bands deathcore roots.


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