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Am_Par_Sis by Sentidor
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Those with the patience and imagination to transpose their own worlds onto the vividly surreal, kaleidoscopic ambience of Sentidor’s ‘Am_Par_Sis’ will find a complex record that rewards the determined listener.
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Eucalyptus by Avey Tare
The Independent
The free rein afforded by this latest solo effort renders most of these 15 tracks unrecognisable as songs, with Tare’s heavily reverbed murmuring of cryptic lyrics ... awash in meandering miasmas of woozy glissandi, thrumming rhythm guitar, wispy synth tones, detuned slide guitar, jews harp and backdrop collages of found-sounds, rippling waves, talking and, for all I know, the kitchen sink.
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Mellow Waves by Cornelius
The Independent
It’s the overall cool/warm Tropicalismo tone that’s most engaging about Mellow Waves, established through the light accretion of sparse piano, percussion, synth and guitar parts supporting his soft vocal on opener “If You’re Here”.
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Mellow Waves by Cornelius
Pitchfork
Known for the wild, kaleidoscopic pastiche of 1997’s Fantasma, Oyamada’s Cornelius continues to specialize in creating moments of startling fun, even if his sonic palette isn’t always as show-offy and sugar-coated as it once was.
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Mellow Waves by Cornelius
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Oyamada's work as Cornelius over the past 20 years has defied genre, logic and time; on Mellow Waves, it sounds like he's on cruise control.
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Mellow Waves by Cornelius
Under The Radar
Twenty years removed from Cornelius' masterpiece, what it lacks in frenetic playfulness it makes up in melody and orchestration.
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Fabriclive 93 by Daphni
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fabriclive 93 might not be flawless—but it sure is fun.
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Fabriclive 93 by Daphni
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Years into his Daphni project, Snaith can still make familiar dance music sound fun all over again.
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Fabriclive 93 by Daphni
Loud and Quiet
There are definitely smoother mixes in the Fabriclive’s distinguished archive, but despite the odd rough misstep, few capture the freedom, impulse and palpable sense of fun as Daphni does here. A set for the ages, if not the purists.
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Fabriclive 93 by Daphni
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Soulful yet sensational, Fabriclive 93 is a consuming mix that marks the intersection of Snaith's dance floor personas — and powerfully so.
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Fabriclive 93 by Daphni
Clash
The result makes for a listening experience that plays like a thoughtfully sequenced record, rather than a mix in itself.
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What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna
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They are protest songs, but sound anything but worthy or world-weary. Instead, they are sun-soaked aural fizz bombs which channel indie rock through his love of David Bowie and Abba.
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What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna
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McKenna has managed to take a snapshot of teenage feelings but without forging an album that won’t be looked at as one made by just a kid.
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What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna
NME
To all intents and purposes McKenna is a teen breakout star, but describing him that way feels reductive after listening to his debut, on which he proves himself a serious lyricist who deserves more than to be put in a box.
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What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna
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‘What Do You Think About The Car?’ isn’t just a bunch of great songs thrown together, this album is perfectly crafted. Declan McKenna is the voice of a generation, shining light on social issues as well as producing arena ready tracks at the tender age of just 18.
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What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna
The Line of Best Fit
Opening with a rush of pure pop before moving onto more serious topics, McKenna’s debut bursts into life with a point to prove and those aims have certainly been fulfilled.
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Universal High by Childhood
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It’s a natural-sounding progression that confounds the expected developments ‘a guitar band’ should make and instead adds a glorious musical technicolour to a set of songs to soundtrack the summer and beyond.
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Universal High by Childhood
The Guardian
While there’s still room to push it further, Childhood are clearly coming of age.
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Universal High by Childhood
Paste
Change is good and expected from new, learning artists, but lacking a distinguishable characteristic to cling to makes the trajectory for a band like Childhood hazier than the kaleidoscopic jams they started out with.
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Universal High by Childhood
NME
‘Universal High’ is the reinvention we never knew we needed.
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Universal High by Childhood
God Is in the TV

One similarity between Childhood’s Universal High and predecessor Lacuna is that they both radiate a laid-back aura that can imagine them being played on a smartphone speaker as a couple relax on summer grass but Universal High goes a step further. It’s so smooth and sensual in parts, it could act as an aphrodisiac.

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Universal High by Childhood
Clash
From lead single ‘California Light’ to the eponymous ‘Universal High’, it’s immediately obvious that this is a record much more polished than its predecessor, and as a result, feels more much accessible also. As such, it struggles to take hold in the same way 2014’s ‘Lacuna’ did; its ten tracks gliding by in what’s a charming but ultimately fairly unmemorable 45 minutes.
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