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Moodboard: Slow Club

Soon, oh, so soon we are going to be delighted with the new album from Slow Club – ‘Complete Surrender’. Their third album is due to be released on the 14th of July on Caroline International. Whilst undoubtedly growing and evolving, the band stays true to who they are …



New track: Emikaized ‘Let’s Dance’

Her mum is from the Czech republic, she’s a classically trained musician who grew up in Milton Keynes and now she lives in Berlin. Emika is an intriguing woman with a soul for electronic music – a self made artist with drive and unmistakeable talent who says that music is …



Pepsi Max x Janelle Monáe

Pepsi is known for its collaborations with the biggest names in music from Beyoncé, Akon, Britney, Shakira and Michael Jackson. Now, Pepsi Max have teamed up with the wonderfully talented musical android Janelle Monáe. Announced as Billboard’s 2014 ‘Rising Star’, Janelle Monáe will release a special version of David Bowie’s …



BRIT Awards 2014: Are they needed?

It is finally here, it is BRIT Awards night! David Bowie, Prince, Arctic Monkeys, Katy Perry, Beyoncé (who may or may not be there), Pharrell (who will be there, Vivienne Westwood hat may or may not) will all be in attendance. As well as the amazing list …



Interview: Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett is a woman who doesn’t mince her words. She’s a natural storyteller with literal lyrics consisting of day-to-day observations about gardening accidents, masturbation and the people she meets along the way.

At just 25-years-old, she’s forging an independent, self-sufficient path in many ways; starting her own record label



Seth Rogen, Call Me: Our Own Parody List

Maybe you’ve been hibernating lately, catching up on that R&R, getting ready for the holidays. Whatever you’ve been doing doesn’t really matter (sorry), you’d have to have been living under a huge e-rock to have not caught James Franco and Seth Rogen’s lolsome recreation of Kimye’s steamy, over-share video for


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Introducing: Pincers

Every now and then, a record shows up in your inbox/promo pile/Spotify recommendations (delete as appropriate) that completely knocks you for six. It could be that this particular artist is doing something so frighteningly unique that it warrants no easy classification, it might be that it’s just impeccably well-written and



Patterns’ Top 10 Icons of the ’80s

Take a listen to ‘Sunny Days‘, the latest single from Costa Rican synth-pop foursome Patterns, and what’s the first thing you think of? Why it’s the 1980s, of course. Those slick, arpeggiating synths, liquid vocals and exuberant hand-claps just scream sunset rides in vintage convertibles along Miami



Guest Playlist: Seekae

It’s all change in the world of Aussie electronic trio Seekae. Not only have the antipodean three-piece signed to the much-lauded Future Classic imprint (Flume, Jagwar Ma, Classixx), their as-of-yet untitled next album – due early next year – is going to be their first



BOTW Review: Gang Colours – Invisible In Your City

In a recent interview, Gang Colours’ Will Ozanne explained to me how with Invisible In Your City – his second album under the moniker – he, “wanted to take the listener on a slightly different journey;” one that involved the ambition to branch out from his bedroom roots …