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Moodboard: Andreya Triana

Growing up in South East London, Andreya Triana was submerged in a multi-cultural environment. A unique vocalist, Andreya started singing at the age of 7, taking influences from the sights and sounds of inner city London. In 2010 Andreya released her first album ‘Lost Where I Belong,’ since then Andreya



Preview: Horizon 2014

Next up in our week of previewing the best of this year’s winter music festivals, we’re heading to Bulgarian Bansko for some Horizon hedonism and we catch up with festival director, Jack Robinson.



Now Hear This: 12/10/13

We’re not really about lists. We like longform interviews and in-depth analysis; wordy think-pieces and lengthy reports. But that’s partly because we’re music-loving writers and there’s nothing we love more than the sound of a keyboard clacking satisfyingly with the sound of our own thoughts. Hey, at least we’re honest.



Festival Review: Dimensions

Dimensions Festival, which cruised into its second year this earlier this September, is definitely the connoisseurs choice of a Croatian festival getaway. Brought to you by the folks behind Outlook, and carried out in the epic abandoned Fort Punta Christo, the four-day event boasted a line-up that only the most daring of organisers could hope to pull off.



Interview: Andreya Triana

Andreya Triana is a talent that has been emerging for quite a while now. Since featuring on a flawless Flying Lotus tune back in 2007, Ms Triana has steadily worked her way up, becoming a regular staple of Mr. Scruff’s tracks as well as being the voice of Bonobo



Track Premiere: Andreya Triana – ‘Song for a Friend’

As an insight into just how things have changed for Brighton-based soulstress Andreya Triana, ‘Song for a Friend’ is second to none. When we last caught up with her in Notion 047 (way back in 2k10, kids), the nascent songwriter and Bonobo collaborator was hot off the heels of …



Review: The Big Chill – Saturday

Lost in the midst of Kanye fever, Saturday’s line-up seemed only to be a prelude from what should have been a seminal performance in Big Chill history. You could argue it was, but the hordes of crowds who found themselves walking away may say otherwise.

As far as preludes to …


Andreya Triana X Mount Kimbie

Quick equation for you: 2 x (thing we love) / 1 thing = we love x 2.

[One of our staffers is a thermodynamics oxbridge grad, but you wouldn't know it from that.]

What you’re seeing above is Ninja Tune smokestress Andreya Triana’s track A Town Called Obsolete as remixed …