The wait has been long, but the sophomore record of Norwegian pop punk band Sløtface is finally out. Since it has already been over a week since the release, and we have all had the chance to listen to it on loop, I think it is high time we dived deep into it. ‘Sorry for [...]
As the first few chords of 'Free Years Later' opened the show, we heard a girl behind us say "this is going to be some spiritual sh*t" and we felt it too. Kano took us to the endz, to church and back again blessing us with as much of his 15 years worth of material that he could cram into 2 hours.; he brought the garage, grime and gospel vibes.
For a plant to blossom and grow in to something bigger and brighter, it needs to start off as a seed. If this seed is healthy, it will grow steadily. The same goes for music venues and the acts that grace their stages.
So When I got the go ahead to write up a review about a song and band of my choice, my brain was absolutely racked up with possibilities. “Which band am I going to fan boy about?”
His biography describes him as someone who “sought solitude as often as he could find it.” A man who “wrote most days like his life depended on it…” A man who now tours full time with a growing fan base taming his solitude sought after state. A man named Jeffrey Martin.
Guess whose back!!! I’m really excited to have even been invited to cover this event and will forever be grateful to Wired PR and Chase & Status. What an incredible year they’ve had following the release of ‘RTRN II Jungle’ and what better way to end the year than with one f**k off rave in London.
Recycled loops and 1605 develop, change and move backwards and forwards from loopy musical melodic tech-house to deep techno to really sparse and quite banging minimal dance floor techno and back again.
Saul Milton (chase) and Will Kennard (status) have come up with what is not only a fantastic dance floor and DJ friendly tune that sits in what is described as “Nu Jungle” - a genre split off of drum and bass.
I think I first met Eucalypta L.V briefly at Fire, Vauxhall back in January 2016 and then again later that year at Born N Bred Festival (bring that festival back ASAP) where her and Jack saved me from my tinder date. She said she was a singer and sang a little bit for us and [...]
My favourite South London gal, Tallulah, is back with her new song 'More Than Friends' which has appropriately been released on Valentine's Day ❤️