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TRUST – Joyland

Trust explore new avenues… If there was one outfit that’s taken us by surprise in recent times, it’s TRUST – the Toronto-based electronic music combo who delivered up the sleazy synth delights of 2012’s debut album TRST. At times, Trust … Read More

Introducing LORNA DUNE

The sleeper must awaken… When asked about Dune, many people are more likely to remember Sting in his winged underpants (from the 1984 David Lynch adaptation) than other more relevant plot elements. Originally a classic novel, Dune featured the nomadic … Read More


Experiments in electronics… You’d think that between Trust and Austra, the talented Maya Postepski would have all her free time accounted for. So it was somewhat surprising to learn that she’s also embarked on a solo project titled Princess Century. … Read More

AUSTRA Olympia

Baroque pop Commenting on Canada’s largest city, the writer Margaret Atwood once made the joke “First prize a week in Toronto, second prize two weeks in Toronto”. Times change and a now thoroughly cosmopolitan Toronto is the city that’s produced … Read More


New Zealand’s Princess Chelsea delivers a magical and captivating brand of electropop… Auckland-based musician and producer Chelsea Nikkel is a classically trained pianist whose pop roots stretch back to the likes of indie outfits Teen Wolf and The Brunettes. Her … Read More

GRIMES Visions

Without change something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens… It’s been a very interesting period for the electronic music enthusiast with electropop gaining a very prominent profile via some of the new artists emerging. The term ‘Renaissance Period’ has been … Read More

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