Monthly Archives: April 2019
We were a fan of Captain Over as soon as we heard his collaboration with Trim on his debut EP last year and now, carrying the torch for his follow-up, is another of London's finest, Manga St Hilare, on a track that follows the same off-beat, sci-fi, grime path but with a more uplifting tone. We facilitated a chat between Captain Over and Manga to find out a little more about their working processes, why MCs can be "conservative" and what makes an outsider in grime.
We caught up with singer-songwriter Bibio to find out more about the making of his new album, Ribbons, an acoustic tour through a myriad of influences from psychedelia to ambient, to electronic, soul and more. So sit tight, buckle up and read on...
"...I just felt like I had a clean slate and I could do whatever I wanted..."
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are back and on top form with their fourteenth album, Fishing for Fishies.
...But, for all those generous nods to the Hold Steady’s beloved motifs, Craig Finn’s made a glorious solo record that sounds nothing like his regular band and, more so, doesn’t leave us kinda wishing it did.
We caught up with the globe trotting duo, Model Man, to find out about a few tracks that have inspired their debut EP, 'City Songs'.
We went to see Martha at The Garage on Tuesday 17th April 2019.
We review soul sunshine EP, Ruf Dug presents The Committee
The producer reveals a selection of influences that shaped latest album, Loma.
Be it ‘Show Love’’s digital dopamine rush, the cosmic tropicalia of ‘Girl’ or the raygun funk of ‘Back In Time’, Big Wows is full to the brim with bold, experimental pop music.
We went to meet classical composer, Joep Beving, in a serene corner of his home of Amsterdam to talk about how Henosis became the crescendo in a trilogy of albums, whether the pressure in following his initial success effected his creativity, his love for synths, and the magic of melancholy and why it touches us all.
Taking a new approach towards writing and recording this album, Alfons sought absolute quiet to make sense of the inner workings of his mind, resulting in an enthralling two-part record.
“I’m sorted. Once I’ve got some kids and a dog… bruv, I’ve done it all!”
We caught up with rapper and campaigner, Lowkey, to find out about a few tracks that have influenced his new album ahead of his live show this Friday 19th at EartH, Hackney.
If the remedy to a ‘London Nightmare’ can only be a California dream, with Drugdealer we now know that it will be an Angeleno leading the sound of the next British Invasion.
Any self-respecting supermarket plays incidental music. If supermarkets played as mesmeric, non-incidental music as the content of W.H. Lung’s Incidental Music, then arguably more people would go shopping.
After releasing undeniable Ibiza anthem 'I'm Not Defeated' earlier this year, Fiorious explores the music videos that inspired the tracks themes of resistance and defiance.
Kelly Moran’s debut for Warp Records, Ultraviolet, received nearly universal praise upon its release in last year. Now as she touches down in the UK for string of tour dates up and down the country, we gained an exclusive insight into 24 hours of her previous stop off in one of Europe's electronic music Capitals, Berlin.
We caught up with the Brighton-based five piece, MarthaGunn, to find out a little more about them ahead of their string of headline shows this spring, including at The Waiting Room, London.
Album of the year? Fucked if I know. But, yeah. Maybe.
We caught up with Sydney-based singer-songwriter and producer, Lupa J, to watch her brand new video for single 'The Crash' and got to know her a little better via some quick-fire questions.
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