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It’s best to leave haughty techno purism at the door when confronted with the debut Seams album. James Welch, its creator, makes loop-based electronica from his Berlin base, but pays…

A decade in the subtly skewed, mildly mind-bending folk-pop game, Tunng have progressed from English eccentrica draped in wilful weirdness to a more inclusive, warm pastoral songcraft. Exciting, huh? Well,…

There was a time when acoustic-bothering sods like Travis and Turin Brakes ruled the post-Britpop airwaves. Operating on the more experimental fringes were snoozetronica’s Tunng, their flimsy folkisms wrapped in…

Although Sam Genders, the sole fixed member of Diagrams, embarked on this project after bailing out of London-based indie-folk artisans [a]Tunng[/a], unfortunately he didn’t do so before they became a…

Considering humanity is a predominantly two-legged species it seems odd that there’s an entire sub-genre of compilation albums dedicated to being perfect accompaniment to driving, yet none which promise to…

We’ve just launched our pick of the 50 best tracks of 2011. We also asked a whole load of musicians (and the odd actor) to suggest their own standout songs…

Have you ever noticed – like, really noticed – someone who had previously passed under your radar on an almost daily basis? Well, there goes Sam Genders just now, and…

Between now and January 4 – ‘the street date’ of Radar’s annual January takeover issue – we’re going to be counting down the artists that didn’t quite make our 20…

Time for Number 7 in our sporadic Record Label Profiles series. This time, step forward Erol Alkan and Phantasy Sound. If you don’t know Erol by now we might as…