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    THE FEBRUARY ISSUE IS OUT NOW

    The February Issue, the last of the little guys, is out today. Featuring Gazelle Twin, Powell, Viet Cong, Lydia Ainsworth and more, you're going to wanna get your hands on this one, IRL.

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    29 JANUARY | 18+ AT WESTERLIEFDE/UNIE

    18+ keep it arty in their 'Trust Tour'. As hypnotic and magnetic as they are, we all know this is going to be a show not to be missed.

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    30 JANUARY | NAOMI PUNK AT DE NIEUWE ANITA

    Captured Tracks is renowned for the freshest alternative music overseas. Naomi Punk are no exception to this, they will rock hard at De Nieuwe Anita together with Nancy Acid.

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    31 JANUARY | TR/ST + VICTIM, VICTIM AT WORM

    Robert Alfons' powerful, dark electro-pop is back in our country! Rotterdam electro-duo Victim, Victim will open fire for him.

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    1 FEBRUARY | NAOMI PUNK AT DB'S, UTRECHT

    On their second date with us, Naomi Punk will be joined by locals Here Come The Wolves for a second round of harsh, powerful songs straight from their guts.

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    POLL: BEST SUBBACULTCHA SHOW OF 2014

    Yes folks, it's that time of year when we hassle you about you about your favourite Subbacultcha! show of 2014! Perk, a free year-long membership to the best answer.


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    We're going platinum! The latest plateau has been reached, 70 Subbacultcha shows at Red Light Radio. A feat attained by our dearest Carly Blair all on her lonesome. On this episode she finds company in Twerps, Amen Dunes and upcoming Subbacultcha artists Warm Graves and Absolutely Free.


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    WE SAW YOU | NANCY ACID

    We spoke with Aruba exports Nancy Acid about music, lazy Sundays and guilty pleasures.


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    mp3 of the day

    Berlin's Janus overlord M.E.S.H. just blessed us with the B-side to his upcoming single, building on the icy foundations of last year's excellent Scythians EP. Meticulously crafted, it brings to mind sleek, shimmering chrome constructions or, in his own words, "stealth pilots speaking in the upper atmosphere, telepathically". Highly recommended if you enjoy music that is good!

     

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    JAM CITY - UNHAPPY

    Given Jam City's (née Jack Latham) history of high concept 'club track deconstruction/sonic rendering of physical spaces' and stuff, you'd be forgiven for raising an eyebrow after hearing 'Unhappy', a straight up synth-pop cut off his upcoming record, Dream a Garden. Granted, it remains distinctly Jam City-ish, only now he done went and brought in guitars, hooks and vocals (!), trading in abstraction for socially conscious, anti-capitalistic subject matter. Check out the totally subersive video featuring the man/metropolis himself right here if you're as over mankind's folly as we are.

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