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Akase

Akase is a cooperation between London-based tech-house maker Midland (Harry Agius) and vocalist/songwriter Robert Redway. Despite the fact that Midland is way better known for generating tracks designed for the dancefloor, his tunes created with Redway are even more restrained and moody, with psychologically susceptible lyrics complementing the complete yet …

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Whilk & Misky

U.K. duo Whilk & Misky make an emotive, atmospheric make of pop that fuses their like of synthy, digital minimalism and soulful blues and folk. Created in London in 2012, Whilk & Misky feature vocalist/guitarist Charlie Dickens and digital maker/instrumentalist Nima Khaste. Ahead of meeting one another, Dickens had developed …

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Palace

London based four-piece Palace certainly are a self-described alternative blues-rock group with an exceptionally laid-back design. The band produced on Sept 15, 2012 and comprised Leo Wyndham, Rupert Turner, Will Dorey, and Matt Hodges. Their debut EP captured the interest of significant DJs and fellow London-based musician Jamie T. The …

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M.O.

British isles girl group M.O. (never to end up being baffled with Danish vocalist/songwriter MØ) rode the early-2010s nostalgia for everything ’90s, causing the appearance and close-harmony pop-R&B audio of U.S. trios like TLC and SWV. The group was produced in London in 2012 by Frankee Connolly, Annie Ashcroft, and …

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Primitive Parts

Primitive Parts certainly are a London-based rock trio comprising Male Bonding alumni Kevin Hendrick (guitar) and Robin Religious (drums) and Sauna Youth member Lindsay Corstorphine (vocals/guitar). The genesis for the music group goes back to 2012 when the three had been working jointly at an archive store in Crouch End. …

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Mutya Keisha Siobhan

As founding associates of U.K. R&B-pop clothing Sugababes, Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena, and Keisha Buchanan acquired each parted firm using the group through the entire noughties, with Donaghy departing in 2001, Buena in 2005, and Buchanan in ’09 2009, all amid rumours of strained romantic relationships within the music group. …

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Flowers

London noise pop music group Blooms began in 2012 when singer and bassist Rachel Kenedy answered guitarist Sam Ayres’ “vocalist wished” advert as well as the duo began attempting to produce music that sounded like “early Madonna through a broken tape machine” and was motivated with the dark, fuzzy, reverb-heavy …

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Not Waving

Following the end of his solo guitar and laptop outfit Banjo or Freakout in 2012, Italian-born, London-based Alessio Natalizia continued to focus on his task Walls with Sam Willis, but with personal circumstances and musical differences taking their toll, the duo amicably split, and Natalizia focused all his energy on …

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Tiggs Da Author

Vocalist, composer, and rapper Tiggs Da Writer gained reputation in a brief time. While documenting materials at the same studio room complicated as the musician Sway, he was asked to feature on vocals for the monitor “Still Sway and Kane,” a remix from the monitor “Still D.R.E.” by Dr. Dre …

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Wolf Alice

An evocative North London alt-rock clothing led by vocalist Ellie Rowsell, Wolf Alice deftly mixes folk, grunge, and electronic components with classic ’90s indie rock and roll. Formed this year 2010 by Rowsell and guitarist Joff Oddie, the duo released an eponymous EP individually before expanding right into a four-piece …

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