We appear to be living in an ever more digital age. On the one hand, this is good as it allows so many DIY bands and musicians an outlet to get their material out there whereby previously the costs of getting records made would have been prohibitive. On the other, we’re living in a world where the market has been flooded by music; a lack of quality control means there’s a potential for so much good stuff to go unheard and – to paraphrase the great Brian Wilson – appear like little more than a cork in the ocean.

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