Kwabs

Former Jazz student at the Royal Academy of Music and the one-to-watch for 2014, Kwabs has more than a flutter of hype surrounding him. And quite rightly so, his single ‘Wrong or Right‘… Continue reading

Woman’s Hour

Woman’s Hour – Darkest Place I know what you’re thinking; post The XX four-piece posse Women’s Hour, are filled with the same stuff as the Mercury Music Prize-winning moody youth-sters. But no. Something… Continue reading

Andrew Ashong + Theo Parrish – Flowers

Theo Parrish has one of the best ears for house music – filling his Detroit label, Sound Signature, with intelligently aware artists (Specter and Omar S to be exact); honing their skills and… Continue reading

Dabrye – Magic Says

Magic Says is the slyly hidden offering on Tad Mullinex, aka Dabrye‘s 2004 EP “Game Over“. The Ann Arbor native has been developing his inventive sound with long-term (and clearly creatively supportive) label Ghostly International since 2000,… Continue reading

Jon Hopkins – We Disappear

Jon Hopkins – We Disappear The prolific potentate of the ever fluid IDM genre delivers his 4th solo album, Immunity (Domino). The album as a whole demonstrates Hopkins’ sense of smart musical intellect by… Continue reading

Interview with…Harry Keyworth

Harry Keyworth is a hands on kind of musician. Literally. He uses raw energy to tap out a drum beat using nothing but his guitar, whilst singing with a voice that would melt… Continue reading

Young Fathers – Deadline

  What’s annoying about Young Fathers is that they know how to adapt. So much so, that just as they were surprising us with their Scot-rap goodness, they managed to slither away mercilessly… Continue reading

METZ – Wasted

Well, well, well what do we have here eh? I tell you, there’s nothing more pleasing than discovering three talented males (Chris Slorach, Alex Edkins and Hayden Menzies to be exact) from Toronto… Continue reading

Fatima – Red Light

Is it an Erykah?! Is it an India?! Why no, it’s Fatima! And look, she is bringing with her a straw basket filled with a deep soulful energy bars and minimal techno cakes to sell at the musical market. She’s here… Continue reading

Jamie Lidell – Multiply

Remember back in the day when things were just, you know, simple? I remember. Kids were playing Pokemon and Magic the Gathering, hipsters actually danced in clubs and, more importantly, there was no such thing as Jessie… Continue reading