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SEASFIRE

Bris­tol four-piece who’ve joined the dots be­tween Spirit Of Eden- era Talk Talk, James Blake’s folk­step and The Weeknd’s in­tro­spec­tive r’n’b. The de­but sin­gle, Fall­ing, is gor­geous, a dra­matic slice of small hours pon­der­ing and post-club melan­choly. Sound­cloud.com/seasfire

FLAT­BUSH ZOM­BIES

Thug Waf­fle is what has got folks in a flurry about Brook­lyn trio Zom­bie Juice, Meechy Darko and Erick Arc El­liott. Let’s hope there are a lot more stoned bangers to come from the Zom­bie Man­sion. Per­haps they can per­suade Zom­bies’ fan Lana Del Rey to get on board for a col­lab­o­ra­tion? flat­bush zom­bies.band­camp.com

SLOW PLACE LIKE HOME

It looks like be­ing a fine year for Ir­ish elec­tronic mu­sic. Done­gal’s Keith Mannion’s deep, moody, evoca­tive and beau­ti­fully pitched, som­no­lent elec­tron­ica is best cap­tured on lat­est EP re­lease Coastal

Hubs for Chivalry (avail­able for free via his Band­camp page)break­ing­tunes.com/slow­place­like­home

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