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Introducing: James Wolf

From its very first string of balearic, canned chords, ‘Heart & Soul‘, the second single from London’s James Wolf had us hooked. The follow-up to last year’s ‘No Danger’, it’s a hugely infectious melding of pop, house and disco awash with another tropicalia to feel perfectly suited to



An Ode to Sky Ferreira

Dear <3 Sky <3,

(Okay, I realise that the chances of Sky Ferreira actually reading this are pretty slim, and why would a ‘model-cum-actress that takes drugs with her grunger boyfriend’ spend her intoxicated weekend soul-searching via social media?)

Anyway, that last sentence was a shameless gambit to highlight the …



Track Premiere: PSB – ‘Theme From PSB’ (D/R/U/G/S remix)

With their first full-length, Inform-Educate-Entertain, London duo Public Service Broadcasting offered up one of the most inventive, unique debuts we’ve heard so far this year. A sample-led affair, it ran the gamut from transcendent electronica through to motorik krautrock, taking its audible cues from a variety of public sources …



Interview: Callum Wright, aka D/R/U/G/S

We recently discussed the new D/R/U/G/S (stage name of Callum Wright) music video for “The Source of Light”, which shows off his strengths as a pop musician. He knows how to make solid, warm, beautiful tracks.  Wright has been gaining increasing popularity for his musical ability, and his shows have



D/R/U/G/S Releases New Music Video

D/R/U/G/S is a stage name of Callum Wright who, for a 22 year old, has surprisingly strong pop sensibilities.  His music slowly invaded music blogs and then radio shows, and then he began to tour around Europe.  He’s had a pretty organic and impressive career so far, and his music …



Album Review: Naytronix – Dirty Glow

Naytronix is quite the piece of work, from moments of sheer un-adulterated psychedelica (that any Magical Mystery Beatle would be proud of), to more than questionable 80s synth offerings. Naytronix – consisting of former tUnE-yArD Nate Brenner and his bevvy of instruments – takes you on a weird and quite …



BOTW Interview: Stay+

Alex Cull chats to our current BOTW – the elusive Stay+ – about anonymity in the digital age, the future of video game music and his hometown of Manchester. Oh, and Bono…

You were forced to change your name from Christian AIDS to Stay+, what was the thought process behind



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #12

If youre one of the Really Sad Ravers that got turned away from Bloc this weekend only to traipse to Hyperdubs sold out last minute night and splash in the rain down to XOYOs FlyLo/The Weeknd-headlined show to find out its full


Last Days of 1984

Album Review: Last Days of 1984 – Wake Up To The Waves

This emerging Dublin two-piece currently have a European tour underway and have already been causing an underground buzz having played under similarly associated acts such as Django Django and D/R/U/G/S.

First and foremost, this duo provides pulsing electro pop to see people dancing through euphoria all night long. The nostalgic …



Nail The Cross Festival IV

Nail The Cross festival is back for its fourth birthday – hurrah. The new music and arts festival, curated by London label No Pain In Pop and promoters Lanzarote, is the definitive event for establishing acts on the cusp of breaking into stardom. Previous acts to have adorned their stage …