[INTERVIEW] Marc Pell

“I’ll give you a quick demonstration”: Marc Pell reveals his secret powers and his jungle. Marc Pell, alias Suitman Jungle, who is apparently a quiet London business man wearing a classic, blue suit and an sober ochre tie, is one of the few contemporary artists, that can represent suitably our frenetic 21st century, a chaotic... Continue Reading →

Live Review: The Ninth Wave

  It’s fair to say that the Ninth Wave aren’t quite like any other band. From their stylish gothic aesthetics to their vibrant, post-punk tinged tracks, the band haven’t put a foot wrong since their exciting shift that was solidified with the release of their debut EP ‘Reformation’ last year. It therefore doesn’t come as... Continue Reading →

Dave drops visuals for “Hangman”

After reigning the year of 2017 with his hit records No Words and Question Time, collaborating with Joey Bada$$, a sold out tour to making an appearance on Drake’s album “More Life” it seems 2018 will be another victorious one for the London rapper with the release of his first single of the year “Hangman”... Continue Reading →

[Album Review] Nervus – Everything Dies

'Everything Dies’ is a ten track album ringing with raw and poignant sentiment. It’s heavily driven by the sincerity of the lyrics offering a chance to reflect and critique, careful to not leave out the darkest and most fragile thoughts. Songwriter Em Foster uses her own experiences to give a personal touch to their work,... Continue Reading →

[INTERVIEW] Anti-Clone

From the “murder capital of England” to dominating Europe. A sit down interview with Lam Richardson.   Sipping a coffee in the Café Nero on Boston high street, guitarist and vocalist Liam ‘Lam’ Richardson begins by telling me a brief band history. “The band played its first show in July 2011, with a practically different... Continue Reading →

Sussana // Go Dig my Grave (Album Review)

With a career that’s spanned over a decade, Norwegian born Susanna Wallumrød has produced many projects surrounded by an aura of serene beauty. From The sombre art pop of ‘Flower of Evil’ to the delicate chamber folk of “If Grief Could Wait” her records are often as bleak as they are ethereal. Her finest work... Continue Reading →

Jean Tonique // Well Mannered Frivolity (Album Review)

Popular music, much like popular culture, has always been burdened with an unhealthy addiction to the past. Some of the most popular records of the decades have been wholly derivative, but whereas artists like Solange and Childish Gambino brought us tasteful and reasonably refreshing takes in their respected genres, Jean Tonique’s debut album ‘Well Mannered... Continue Reading →

[Album Review] Gift Wrap – Losing Count

Gift Wrap is the new solo project from Brendon Avalos of the Brooklyn-based punk band, B Boys. While the B Boys sees Avalos drawing influence from the near in-exhaustible canon of punk, Gift Wrap is a love letter to the 1980s-industrial England. “Losing Count” largely taking its inspiration from early Mute Records artists like Fad... Continue Reading →

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