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I was going to say this was the best ever chart EDM but brief fact-checking reveals it hasn’t actually been in the charts, not in the UK at least. What are you doing, people?
More PC Music. A. G. Cook shows such love for the textures and artifacts of pop music here that you can easily forget he has the name of a firm of solicitors.
Found this on a Wire cover CD – I think everyone with a sampler has started to make this track at some point or another, but this is the only time I’ve heard it properly finished.
Stretching the definition of “song” a little here, I know.
I didn’t really like ‘Lemonade’, sorry.
Chilean electro-pop. Those synths!
1. More PC Music, so some people are going to hate it 2. GFOTY is ‘Girlfriend Of The Year’ – here she is interviewing Little Mix. 3. It’s not a song, it’s a mix tape, and not really mixed, and … Continue reading
In 2010 Twin Sister were my new favourite band, then in 2011 their debut album was the biggest disappointment of the year, then they disappeared completely for a few years, were dropped by their label, then returned this year with … Continue reading
50 songs from last year – #15 – Christina Vantzou – Going Backwards To Recover That Which Was Left Behind
Quite different from #16
Understandably lots of people were distracted by the video for this. In order to avoid this, here’s the audio. And, ok, here’s the video, if you want it. Do I need to say this is NSFW? Lots of people on … Continue reading