Contour Will De Burca Malibu Shark Attack MynameisjOhn God Knows Mark Buckeridge
mix analogue hardware and digital software to make electronic sounds that could have been made 15 years ago – in a soulfully good way.
sticks to digital means to make his music, but his debut album, Tomorrow’s Light and Darkness, captures the essence of 1980s electronica.
sees Belfast’s Rocky O’Reilly teaming up with Atlanta’s Tribe One. On their great synths-meet-indie-meet-rap debut album they’re helped by pals such as Tim Wheeler.
A Zimbabwean Christian Shannonbased rapper called and pagan Clare man with the moniker
walk into a room . . . and create one of this year’s most inventive listens.
Finally, is a man of mystery, just like the yearning, lo-fi sounds on his debut EP Talking is Good for You.