Junip – Always

The story that leads to Junip’s 2010 release is one of patience and perfectionism, frustration and persistence, sheer bloody-mindedness, inspiration and success. The place to which it takes you, however, is one of pastoral contemplation, autumnal grace and inscrutable, haunting serenity. A cosmopolitan three piece from Gothenburg, Sweden – featuring Tobias Winterkorn (keyboards), Elias Araya (drums) and José González (vocals & guitar), the latter of whom you’ll be familiar with from his solo work – Junip have existed since 1999, maybe even 1998. It’s so long, frankly, that none of them are quite sure. FIELDS, however, is the album that they’ve been itching to make ever since.

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Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix)

Two Door Cinema Club are an electropop/indie rock band from Bangor and Donaghadee, Northern Ireland formed in 2007. They are signed to French record label Kitsuné Music, through which they released their debut album Tourist History on 1 March 2010.

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The Pinker Tones – Happy Everywhere

In June of 2001, Professor Manso and Mister Fury met three times on three consecutive days on Carrer Pamplona in Poblenou, Barcelona. They hadn’t seen each other since University, and quickly work out that they live less than 500 metres apart.

On the fourth day, Mister Fury receives a call, asking him to compose the music for a TV series “Once Upon a Time in Europe”. Furia calls Manso, and the digital production skills of the Profesor and the analogic sympathies of the Senor are united for the first time.

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