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The stumbling beat, Wagnerian electronic backbone and liberating piano meanderings of ‘Earache’ form a stimulating instrumental.
Sumney’s music exists outside of the confines of any genre, with perhaps the only distinction being that it is always well worth a listen.
Presenting five crack new tracks to help you celebrate winter's end (hey, there's no harm in being optimistic)
‘Dot To Dot’ draws influences from a plethora of genres, cultures, tones and flavours. It's a banging tune with big bass sounds, big energetic drums and just big, well... 'bigness'
Introduce your grateful ears to Lost In The Manor's latest curation of choice cuts, featuring The Drink, Band Of Gold, Blackmale Beats featuring Meakoom, Joon Moon and Love Nor Money
"The whispered chants, plaintive harmonies and lingering piano crescendo of the opening segment are compelling enough, but it is the stampeding bass notes and forceful chorale of the mid-section that packs the punch: piano hammers strike the strings like desperate blows on a bolted door as the singer directs his anger towards an unreachable almighty."