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Live Review: Rae Morris @ The Lexington, 27/02/14

It’s fair to say Blackpool lass Rae Morris has had a rollercoaster couple of years – signing to Atlantic at the tender age of 18, she has gone on to release three EPs and has since toured with the likes of Lianne la Havas, Tom Odell and Noah and



BOTW Playlist: Clean Bandit

Earlier this week when we caught up with our BOTW, the fast-rising Clean Bandit, the London quartet told us of how their as-of-yet untitled debut album contained a plethora of guest vocalists and contributors; a list that ranged from Minneapolis rap queen Lizzo to UK reggae-head Stylo G.



BOTW Premiere: Clean Bandit – ‘Rather Be’ (Royal-T Remix)

Taken in its original guise, Clean Bandit‘s ‘Rather Be‘ already had one foot firmly placed in the world of vintage, throwback garage. With his remix however, ascendant grime producer – and Rinse affiliate – Royal-T drops us in at the deep end immediately. Eschewing the celestial strings …



Meet our BOTW: Clean Bandit

Sometimes, modern music can feel like one big advertising budget-fueled game of who can cry the loudest; of who can make the most provocative statement and summon up the most linkbait. London-based Baroque house quartet Clean Bandit have been moving in a more subtle, cunning way.

Whether it be their



Moodboard: Portugal. The Man

To celebrate the release of their wonderfully eclectic seventh (!) album Evil Friends this month, we asked Alaskan five-piece Portugal. The Man just what it is that goes into their multifarious concoction of electro and indie rock. It’s a list that runs the gamut from Pink Floyd‘s seminal Dark



New Video: Breach – ‘Jack’

Despite Beach‘s single ‘Jack‘ hitting dance floors across the UK all the way back in May, there’s finally a video to go with it – and what a video it is! It’s not a case of ‘what does this video feature?’, and more ‘what doesn’t occur in …



Interview: Delilah

She’s spent all morning and early afternoon shooting with GQ and has only just had a moment to eat. So when a delectable Wagamama’s chicken katsu is placed under her nose, the second thing I’m stunned by, after her staggeringly infallible skin and enrapturing eyes of course, is Delilah’s patience



Friday Mixtape #14: L Marshall

L Marshall is one of those new up-and-coming urban crossover artists. As well as being blessed with achingly good looks, he has been the creative brain behind numerous chart hits this year, including releases from Wretch 32 and Loick Essien – good gene pool right thurr. But this mixtape that …