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Album Of The Year: Telefís

With ‘a hAon’ and ‘a Dó’ sharing the top spot in our Albums Of The Year, Telefís have achieved a truly remarkable feat. Vocalist Cathal Coughlan sadly passed away earlier this year, so uber-producer Garret “Jacknife” Lee steps forward to accept the award
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Kurt Dahlke

DAF and Der Plan legend Kurt Dahlke – aka Pyrolator – reflects on how he ended up performing at an Argentinian “future discotheque”
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Acid Klaus: Klaus Encounter

Co-founder of The Moonlandingz, Eccentronic Research Council and International Teachers Of Pop, Sheffield’s prolific producer and “cultural agitator” Adrian Flanagan is back with a new album under his latest alias, Acid Klaus
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Jean-Michel Jarre: Man Of The Future

Jean-Michel Jarre is forever looking to move inexorably forward. His latest album, ‘Oxymore’, is a musique concrète record created with 21st century technology, pushing 3D binaural sound to incredible new levels and keeping the French maestro several steps ahead of the curve. Headphones on…
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Plaid: Interstellar Overdrive

Andy Turner and Ed Handley return with Plaid’s euphoric ‘Feorm Falorx’, an intriguing concept album about performing at an intergalactic festival on a distant planet. As you do. Stand by for stories about their time in The Black Dog and working with Björk
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Ron Geesin: Da Doo Ron Ron

Brass knuckledusters, adjustable spanners, Pink Floyd collaborations and a surprising surplus of Bramley apples. In a secluded nook of East Sussex lies the unusual world of Ron Geesin