Following 2018’s acclaimed ‘Psychic Data’, TVAM’s Joe Oxley has reappeared with a second long-player, ‘High Art Lite’, all cranked-up synth distortion, shoegazey euphoria and white-hot noise. Get ready for a vertiginous wall of sound

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