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Manic (CD)
Cat: 082437 0. Rel: 17 Jan 20
Pop
  1. Ashley
  2. Clementine
  3. Graveyard
  4. You Should Be Sad
  5. Forever (Is A Long Time)
  6. Dominic's Interlude
  7. I Hate Everybody
  8. 3am
  9. Without Me
  10. Finally/Beautiful Stranger
  11. Alanis' (with Alanis Morissette - interlude)
  12. Killing Boys
  13. Suga's (with Suga Of BTS - interlude)
  14. More
  15. Still Learning
  16. 929
Review: You could argue that, of any scene, the pop world has been the biggest beneficiary of the democratisation of access to music. After all, while chart irrelevancy continues to haunt, we've seen a real renaissance in and among the trash, with a resurgence of unfettered poignancy to the songs themselves, and a slew of soul searching stars in ascent. You could also argue that Halsey is the finest of this crop of new schoolers, with "Manic" her finest hour to date. A record that contains both US and UK number ones, but also hidden classics worthy of any "Best B-Sides" playlist you'd want to compile, it calls upon references from relatively unlikely places, for example trap, in its quest for universally acknowledged refinement. R&B, reroofed-future garage rock and even country are also here, making for a soundtrack as arresting vocally as it is instrumentally.
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Deleter (CD)
Cat: HF 001CD. Rel: 15 Jan 20
Indie
  1. Luxe (feat Alexis Taylor)
  2. Deleters (feat Angus Andrew)
  3. Endless
  4. Free Gloss (feat Nicholas Allbrook)
  5. Moment
  6. Near Mint
  7. No Error
  8. San Sebastian
  9. Ruby
Review: It's been a long time between drinks for Toronto's most explicitly named band, a hardware loving, laptop-shunning four-piece that were once signed to XL Recordings/Young Turks. "Deleter" is not only their first studio set for four years, but also their first self-released album. They hit the ground running via a fine hybrid indie/electronic collaboration with Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor ("Luxe"), before working their way through loose-limbed analogue funk ("Deleters"), shoegaze-influenced wall-of-sound bliss ("Endless"), skewed electro-disco stompers (the Moroder-influenced "Moment") and the kind of jangling indie-dance numbers that should prove popular with fringe-sporting misfits the world over.
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