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Single Review: Gabriel Bruce – Sleep Paralysis

The debut single from Gabriel Bruce features a throaty growl reminiscent of Leonard Cohen and a beautiful accompanying book. Take a peek.

Written by Amelia Gregory

He's got the same kind of low pitched growl as Leonard Cohen, but Gabriel Bruce is not an old man whose voice has been buffeted and torn by years of abuse. He is the fresh faced ex vocalist of Loverman, and his debut solo single burns with a similar beguiling intensity. Sleep Paralysis is accompanied by a moody black and white video directed by maverick creative Ferry Gouw.

The 7" single comes with a beautifully designed and illustrated book that looks into the phenomenon of sleep paralysis, featuring cuttings and ephemera of people’s recollections of this remarkable sensation. The record sits in the back, reminiscent of story records from my childhood. It's perhaps no surprise that this records should come with such inspiring artwork, given that Sleep Paralysis is released by Off Modern, which is a creative collective that formed in Corsica Studios in 2008 - since then they have produced… read more

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An interview with singer songwriter Kyla La Grange

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Written by Amelia Gregory

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An interview with Swedish musician Lykke Li

The enigmatic genre-defying starlet takes time out to talk to Amelia's Magazine at a recent gig in London

Written by Kat Phan

Photography by Lee Goldup Sweden is a small country but it has produced some big exports. Whether it’s infectious pop, this web affordable furniture or fashionable, well-priced clothes (take a […]


Herman Dune – Live Review

229, London, September 9th 2009

Written by Satu Fox

The luridly lit room at 229 last night, what is ed website was curiously full of loved-up couples and it’s not even Spring – but Herman Dune‘s music and personal […]