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Playlist: Jacob Banks

Jacob Banks has just released a brand new track and video. ‘Move With You’ is a feel-good, finger clicking, two stepping, makes-you-want-to-learn-the-jive mesh of Jacob’s signature vocals and upbeat accompaniments.

See the amazing video below – WARNING you will want to learn the jive.

With such a distinct style and



Songs of Inspiration: Stylo G

Hailing from Spanish Town, Jamaica, Stylo G has pioneered his way into the UK charts with a hybrid Jamaican dancehall/dance music sound, something that both the UK and Europe can’t seem to get enough of. His breakout track, ‘Soundbwoy’, charted inside the top 20,cementing Stylo G as an exciting addition



Interview: Sega Bodega

Scotland has been making up for creating the bagpipes over the last few years, producing one underground electronic music star after another. From Hudson Mohawke to Numbers, it’s now the turn of Glasgow’s Sega Bodega, or Salvador Navarrete as he is more uncommonly called, a producer who is



Moodboard: Wretch 32

Ahead of his latest single, the mellow, understated ‘Blackout‘, dropping on Sunday, we asked grime upstart Wretch 32 – aka Jermaine Sinclair – to give us a guide to the people, places and events that have inspired his rise to the top of the UK urban game. Read



Rascals Takeover Week: Moodboard

When we asked incendiary grime four-piece Rascals to put together a moodboard as part of their PlanetNotion takeover this week, the response we got was certainly an interesting one. The Notion 063-featured group happily supplied us with a series of images depicting their interests, but rather than explain –


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My Moodboard: Josh Osho

Josh Osho is the next artist to talk about what inspires his music.

The Blues

There is this enchanting charm and powerfully hypnotizing effect the blues has on me. I stumbled across my first portal into the blues through Muddy Waters, the acclaimed father of the electric Chicago blues, and …



Marley Movie Musing

It’s a cheap unimaginative way to start a review, but I’m going to say it anyway: If you see just one movie this year, please make sure it’s Marley.  Like most people I have his greatest hits album, Legend, on my ipod, and can recognise Three Little Birds within a …