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1/2/3/4 — #01 — New Beginnings

Featuring the sweeping orchestral sounds of Cam Butler, driving Tunisian rock from Bargou 8, dreamy electronic pop from Glider Pilots and gorgeous experimental chamber folk from Anna & Elizabeth.

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1/2/3/4 — #103 — The Age Of Immunology

Vanishing Twin are one of the incredibly exciting ensembles to emerge from the UK, though their members are from across the globe - Belgium, Japan, Italy, France and America. Their new album, The Age of Immunology features a diverse selection of sounds, from muscular Krautrock mantra, Morricone-esque lounge to fried-out electronic pop. You'll hear an essential track from this release plus Monnone Alone, Doug Tuttle and more.

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1/2/3/4 — #184 — Kindsight is a Wonderful Thing

Kindsight is a new act from the Copenhagen indie scene who formed out of a shared love for The Sugarcubes. The quartet makes retro-tinged indie pop that is instantly appealing and addictive. We feature their new single plus one of last year’s great debut records from Mamalarky and the latest slice of clever pop from Field Music.

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Quiet Space — #163 — Cumulus Sketches

An excellent new release to start 2021. Wil Bolton returns with ‘Cumulus Sketches’ , an album of fragile, drifting ambient structures for daydreaming and cloud-watching. Pastoral analogue synthesizer melodies and effects pedal textures are intertwined with rural and urban environmental sounds recorded in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka. As well, the excellent Hibernate label with a series of releases available online for a charitable cause.

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1/2/3/4 — #183 — Nanana

On this episode featuring the debut from a Swedish artist who has been busy behind the scenes lending her talents, she finally steps out and up with a stunning single. Don’t let the title NaNaNa fool you, this is majestic sweeping pop that starts simply but soars as it reaches its conclusion.

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1/2/3/4 — #182 — Surfgazing with Double Happiness

All killer no filler – well that’s true of ALL 1/2/3/4 episodes in my opinion! Featuring the excellent debut from Brisbane’s Double Happiness. ‘Surfgazing’ is a reverb-drenched ode to afternoons spent sun-kissed and wave-side, to letting the wind take your hand as it dangles out the car window along the highway and to ’60s beach parties and the dance crazes that accompanied them. Highly Recommended. Also magic tracks from Dominic Breen, Heavenly, Merce Lemon, Froggy Prinze, Lack the Low and more!

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