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Enchanting and haunting alt-folk from North London's Annie Eve in today's #TippingPoint.


The latest Tipping Point Roundup features our faves from the last 2 weeks, including the new single from Eliza and the Bear plus Astral Pattern, Denai Moore, Blood Relatives and Fabienne.

Composed as a three piece, and hailing from Ascot, Febueder have already gained plaudits, and the all important airtime, from the likes of Lauren Laverne and Giles Peterson. In addition, the release of their debut single, in which ‘Alligator’ is included, has been met with critical acclaim amongst tastemakers and blogs.

In Manchester, when four-piece Letters To Fiesta were constructing their glorious electro-pop ditties, the chances are they weren’t thinking of penning odes to automobiles. It was probably raining though. Now, however, the sun is well and truly out and that crack of light shining down is most probably the result of ‘Vampires’, the latest track from the Manchester based band.

Rhodes started as one-man bedroom project from Hitchin, UK – but following the two breathtaking demos posted on Soundcloud of late, things are starting to get a little more serious. The most recent of the two tracks is ‘Always’; and it’s a heartfelt song that whispers with gentle guitar and overwhelms with layered vocals.

LAST NIGHT IN PARIS. ‘Breathe’ comes from the debut mixtape from London based music/art collective Last Night In Paris, entitled ‘Roses’, and sees members Collard, KC and Taurean Roye taking the limelight this time around- venting about their issues with the fairer sex whilst being calmed down by the production... Read more here:

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