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music in review.


As we wave goodbye to the summer solstice of musical delights; we say hello to the autumnal season of lo-fi and cardigan hot chocolate with the next segment of new music friday:

Forget Me: Lewis Capaldi‘s first music in three years brings about a formula destined for melancholic familiarity from the lovable Scotsman.

Another post-punk movement makes waves with The Garden‘s HORSESHIT ON ROUTE 66, it is a fast formation of sturdy inflections of alternative jungle escape and a true spirit of a new wave movement. No rules; no holds barred.

Grooving on a relaxed dancefloor, your favourite DJ artisan is back. Bonobo with AFK. A worthy number following up from the immersive Fragments earlier this year, it is the next fruitful chapter for the ever-growing DJ and producer. You think Ibiza vibes are bland? Think again… Artist Spotlight: Bonobo.

Stadium-ready anthems are writhing out the packet for The Amazons on How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me? Their third studio release since 2017, it is a love letter and a parade beacon of shining aspiration and hope.

Encompassing everything chill techno and melodic house, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs releases When The Lights Go. A successive listing of 17 tracks produced from his 2021 EP, The Distance. It is true dance vibes and worthy of a momentous celebration.

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