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Cotton Wolf: Ofni – album review

Cotton Wolf have evolved. They're gifts from everything to songwriting to production, from concept to delivery have really evolved since we last heard a full length project from them in 2017. Cotton Wolf have created a universe of their own using the history of Welsh and electronica culture. Ofni is an addictive place to visit and a world a lot of people should visit.

Leg Puppy: Non Disclosure Agreement – album review

Rhys Delany gets a chance to hear the new loud and angry album by electro-punks Leg Puppy.

Ultramarine: Signals Into Space – album review

Signals Into Space is the seventh album by electronica duo Ultramarine. Ian Canty drifts off into the stratosphere.

Neneh Cherry – Kong: new single, video, live date

Twenty-four years after her worldwide hit Seven Seconds with Youssou N'Dour, Neneh Cherry returns with a slow-burning electro-dub skank with an infectious piano melody floating over the top before a killer bassline kicks in. But that's just the medium for a topical message, as Tim Cooper discovers.

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