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Dots Jukebox: New Music Part 7 – The Underground Youth, Empathy Test & Teleman

Posted on the 27 June 2014 by Music Vstheworld @musicvstheworld

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As part of the run-up to my 100th Dots Jukebox, I wanted to do something a little bit different. I asked my music loving friends on Twitter to suggest their favorite song by a new artist (or the most recent they can think of), asking them to do so secretly. I compiled all suggestions, and instead of the normal Dots Jukebox evening, I’ve written a one line review of every song and will be revealing them over the course of two days.

@geniusmover selected Persona, from 2011 album Delirium by The Underground Youth.

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DOTTY VIEW:Subtle, melancholic, dark, intricate, eerie, and heavily influenced by psychedelic shoegaze; This song is minimal in the best possible way. Here it is…

Next up is @recrwplay‘s new music choice – it’s called Losing Touch and is by Empathy Test, from their EP of the same name (released in February).

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DOTTY VIEW: Layer upon layer of mesmerising electronica with a slight trance vibe, this is delicate, atmospheric and heart warming. Have a listen right here…

A second outing for Teleman on this playlist is their song Cristina as chosen by @lennybun from their debut album, Breakfast.

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DOTTY VIEW: Eloquent, wistful, evocative, intelligently composed and beautifully presented. As they sing, “Lie down, and let the music play, nothing in the way now…”

To be continued…

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