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You'll find a cornucopia of tasty tunes to bounce off your eardrums. I update with new tunes, art and photography every week, depending on what I'm doing and listening to at the time, old and new. I'm based in London UK but I love to travel and discover new music along the way and share my musical journey on neoloop.

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  Albums of the year
Aug 27th, 2012 19:22pm


DOOM and Jneiro Jarel’s joint project JJ DOOM came out this week. Titled Key To The Kuffs on August 21st. Featuring 15 new tracks, including collaborations with Damon Albarn and Portishead vocalist Beth Gibbons. Doom is at his upmost best and having resided in London of late you can hear the influence this has had. I'm just loving the late track, Wash Your Hands. Amazing Album, go get it. RECOMMENDED

Buy it on iTunes

Categories: Hip Hop
Aug 26th, 2012 21:01pm

I'm only Bugg'n

Still loving the tinpot alley percussion and bass-heavy beats of this tune from TNGNT duo Glasgow's Hudson Mohawke and Montreal's Lunice.

Categories: Dubstep, Electronic
Aug 26th, 2012 20:48pm

Multi-layered hypnosis

Kieran Hebden has collected together all of Four Tet's vinyl only singles from the past year and put them on Pink, his new album. With two new tracks; the funk-fuelled Lion and the mellow and tranquil masterpiece Peace For Earth running in at over eleven minutes. This track entitled Pinnacles is still my favourite with it's driving funk groove and piano flourishes.

Available now on iTunes

Categories: Electronic
Aug 19th, 2012 23:58pm

Just add a hot sun in a clear blue sky for maximum effect!

Perfect tune for a hot sunny day, El Guincho knows how to soundtrack the summer with this feel-good hit. As recommended by Jamie xx, taken from the 2010 album Pop Negro, the steel pans add a calypso vibe with chiming melodies and choppy percussion, bliss!

El Guincho is the recording alias of Spanish musician Pablo Díaz-Reixa. Also a member of Coconot, Díaz-Reixa rose to prominence with his 2008 album, Alegranza!

Officia site, bands place in MySpace

Aug 7th, 2012 22:28pm

Fantasic new tune revealed from Coexist...


Categories: Alternative, Chill
Aug 6th, 2012 23:25pm

Electro-goth you can trust

Electro-goths Trust made their debut with TRST back in February this year, the Toronto duo Robert Alfons and Maya Postepski are virtual clones of Crystal Castles with a striking resemblance to their fellow Canadians. Dirty synthesizers and pulsating electro beats, heavy influences of 80's electronic masters such as Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk. The album has been a slow burner for me, growing in significance with more airplay. Dark and weird, tracks like Gloryhole and (single) Bulbform twist and turn from brutal trance to hi-energy disco. This track, This Ready Flesh is a slow and heavy monster-slab of a tune, Alfons and Postepski duet with sinister under-current. Scary, but in a good way!

Not sure about that cover though, it's certainly not the artsit in the picture!

Buy it on iTunes

Aug 5th, 2012 23:33pm

Obscure Future-Retro-Pop

Ah, the brilliant John Maus has just a released A Collection of Rarities and Previously Unreleased Material. The usual Maus madness is evident on a mixture of tracks dating back to 1999. The Minnesota man's witty lyrics are in full effect on this track Bennington, a love story from 2007. Following the amazing 2011 album - We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves this is obscure and pure future-retro-pop. 

Official site Buy on iTunes

Categories: Alternative, Leftfield
Aug 5th, 2012 22:02pm

I love the sound of broken glass

WhoMadeWho drummer and producer Tomas Barfod conjures up a big slab of glitch-pop on this track Broken Glass taken from his recent new solo album Salton Sea. WhoMadeWho guitarist Jeppe Kjellberg also features in this broken-vocal-synth-pop weirdness. Salton Sea is an  eclectic array of genres singing in harmony on this quite exceptional LP from the Danish countryman. Brooding house (Till We Die featuring Nina Kinert) sits happily along side indie-dance-pop and pumping electro (Python). November Skies featuring Swedish singer Nina Kinert is ethereal grand pop. Very much in the mould of Röyksopp this album maintains a seal of quality throughout. Recommended.

Nice cover too...

Categories: Electronic, Pop
Aug 5th, 2012 16:25pm

While in Paris this week I made the usual homage to Serge Gainsbourg's old house in Rue De Verneuil to see the progress of the ever evolving graffiti. Looking as spectacular as ever there are currently some good pieces of art on there. It's an amazing house in the heart of Saint Germain.

Categories: Photography
Aug 5th, 2012 15:45pm


Still enjoying John Talabot's ƒin album (Click here for review) and also some of his great remix work, this old track from The Golden Filter gets a full Talabot make-over, the steady build-up of the wonky organ and ghostly samples wash over a pulsating beat. 

Categories: Electronic, Remix
Aug 5th, 2012 13:29pm


The eagerly anticipated follow-up to The xx's groundbreaking debut continues to gain momentum following a plethora of remixes of first single to come from Coexist. Angels has received a number of treatments over the last few weeks. This one from Bodhi is the pick of the bunch adding some sweet beats to original and keeping Romy Madley-Croft's delicate vocals in tack. Love this!

Categories: Chill, Electronic, Remix