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Justin Martin - Hello Clouds

“Unlike the aforementioned LP, this release isn’t solely dedicated to feed Martin’s DJ sets. The record’s nature and sounds are recognisable – there’s the same bulging squelch synths of old that gurgle away throughout the record – only now they’re tamed by a sheath of luxurious production.” – …

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NZCA Lines - Infinite Summer

“A more immersive, majestic and ultimately engaging release than album one. Don’t expect ‘Infinite Summer’ to gravitate the commercial stardom of genre-spearheads Phoenix and Hot Chip, but while Lovett continues to shoot for the moon NZCA will orbit ever closer.” 

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Prins Thomas - Paradise Goulash

“Not only is this arsenal of obscurities as insightful as it is successful in championing the Norwegian’s fascination with retro-futurism, the sinuous and astutely developed tracklist is prevented from disintegrating to an indistinguishable slurry of sound and matter.

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INTERVIEW: Krept & Konan

Wow, I’m overdue uploading this interview. I had the link to CLASH pinned to the top of my Twitter profile for the majority of last year so that no-one would miss the chance to read my conversation with these two. 933 more words

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Justin Bieber goes half nude on cover of latest issue of Clash magazine

The singer, who was wearing a fedora and necklace, with only a peek of his backside on the cover, reflects on how the critical acclaim of ‘Purpose’ followed a period of maturity that abandoned the personal struggles he suffered that almost derailed his whole career. 88 more words



I stumbled upon this band and video while browsing through my Feedly-feed.
I didn’t know the OFFICERS (from the UK), but my first impression is very good. 46 more words


Album Review: R Kelly - The Buffet

It’s no secret that R Kelly is one of music’s least respected men. A shame, considering that during his prime he produced some of the finest R&B/pop crossover hits of the ’90s – songs that are, 20 years on, still remarkably popular. 445 more words