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Review: MYD – Born A Loser Rating 78%

Review: MYD – Born A Loser

Myd, the delightfully eccentric yet irreverent French DJ, musician and producer has released his highly anticipated debut album Born A Loser via Ed Banger / Because Music. A looped album of fun electronica, Born A Loser is precisely the kind of album we'd want to drop this Summer, reminiscent of festival and disco vibes.

Features

THE MONO LPS: Everyone has really got into the synth mixing with the cello

THE MONO LPS have not only released new track Think About It, but have also dropped a new album, Shuffle/Play. Released via Fretstore Records it’s a record that finds the Liverpool band getting playful with our playlist listening habits. The band spoke with The Fountain about both of these releases as well as further plans for 2021.

Books

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Review: A Swim in a Pond with the Rain by George Saunders Rating 74%

Review: A Swim in a Pond with the Rain by George Saunders

Every now and then we are enriched by the views of an acclaimed writer, and for a thorough 432 pages George Saunders does precisely this, guiding us through the works of Russian writers such as Tolstoy, Gogol and Chekhov. With A Swim in a Pond with the Rain, the New York Times bestselling, Booker Prize–winning author of Lincoln in the Bardo and Tenth of December comes a literary master class on what makes a great story and what they can inform us about the current world.

Music

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THE MONO LPS: Everyone has really got into the synth mixing with the cello

THE MONO LPS have not only released new track Think About It, but have also dropped a new album, Shuffle/Play. Released via Fretstore Records it’s a record that finds the Liverpool band getting playful with our playlist listening habits. The band spoke with The Fountain about both of these releases as well as further plans for 2021.

Film

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Review: Once Upon A River Rating 71%

Review: Once Upon A River

Once Upon A River is a slow-paced but considered drama that follows Native American teenager Margo Crane in 1970s rural Michigan. With stunning cinematography from Charlotte Hornsby and great performances from most of the cast, it's hardly surprising that it's a festival-favourite slice of mid-western Americana ideal. Featuring a beautiful folk music soundtrack, we can conceive a place, a time and the tale.

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