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Moodboard: Sivu

When things began for Sivu he was working in a call centre. The video for his track, ‘Better Man Than He’, went viral. From that point everything changed. No longer was he reciting from a script surrounded by the drudgery of call centre ‘lolz’, but was in fact inking a …



Track Premiere: Veronika Vesper – Fuck The EGO

Veronika Vesper is quite the renaissance woman. Combining the experimentalism of Bowie, the off-the-wall attitude of Bjork, and the ambition of Gaga, Vesper feels at home; whether home happens to be the studio or the stage. A classical flutist and a performance artist in one, it’s no doubt she’s going …



Album Review: Omar Souleyman – Wenu Wenu

From Syrian weddings to the stages of Glastonbury, Omar Souleyman will one day be a legend amongst the best of wedding singers. Making a name for himself as the go-to matrimonial entertainer in Northern Syria, Souleyman performs a traditional strain of Arabic music known as dabke; a popular and intricate …



Moodboard: THUMPERS

It’s been a hell of a year for Warwickshire-bred, alt-pop duo THUMPERS. Not only have they dazzled our ears all year long with a series of impressive tracks – ‘Unkinder‘, ‘Dancing’s Done‘ and now ‘Sound of Screams’ – whose brilliance has been indisputable, but they’ve



Guest Playlist: Wild Swim

Cinematic is a word thrown around far too much these days when it comes to describing music. In the case of Oxford’s Wild Swim, however, it feels entirely apt. The five-piece – whose latest single ‘New Dawn‘ is out on Monday via Almanac Recordings – dabble in



BOTW Moodboard: Frankie Rose

On the back of her momentous, crystalline second album, Herein Wild, Brooklyn’s Frankie Rose takes on a visual tour of the things that inspire her – from sci-fi visionaries to lo-fi filmmakers.

If there’s one common link you can draw between Rose’s last two solo albums, it’s exploration. Whether …



Moodboard: Let the Machines Do the Work

With the video for their groovesome ‘Let Me Be the One‘ having already racked up an impressive 80k views on YouTube, Brighton four-piece Let the Machines Do the Work have been riding the crest of a hype-wave this summer. As we approach the release of the quartet’s debut



BOTW Video Premiere: Nadine Shah – ‘Cry Me a River’

In our BOTW interview with soulful Geordie songstress Nadine Shah – which you can read in full on the site tomorrow – the fast-rising singer-songwriter spoke of an exceptional show at this year’s Great Escape festival, taking place in the cavernous expanses of St. Bartholomew’s Church. One of the first …


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Maserati present the ‘Seven Notes World Tour’

What do you get when you put one of the world’s most famous sports car brands, and the creator of the world’s most iconic hi-fi systems together? Ok, no one would guess this on their own – it’s the Maserati Quattroporte.

Iconic Italian car brand Maserati and British sound …



News: Henrik Vibskov x Dale of Norway, AW13

Since 1879, heritage brand Dale of Norway has been creating high quality knitwear in the small village from which it derives its name. For AW13, the brand has collaborated with Danish fashion designer and CSM alumni Henrik Vibskov – whose designs have clothed the likes of Kanye West, Bjork and …