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Duncan Park’s new album, In the Floodplain of Dreams, is an off-kilter journey of sonic experimentalism – Texx and the City

Aside from the sheer experimentalism of his chosen direction, Duncan Park’s next best trait is his driving consistency when it comes to releases. Another six months, another album. This time around he’s joined forces with Australian label Ramble Records for the release of his extensively unusual four-track album, In the …

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Pirates of Radio’s intercontinental debut album, When Stars Collide, balances contemporary melancholy with hope for the future – Texx and the City

The concept behind Pirates of Radio is an interesting one: the members, who all live in different parts of the world, have never even made in-person eye-contact with each other. Instead they use the seemingly endless wonders of the internet to collaborate, and their debut album When Stars Collide is …

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