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News: Summer Series @ Somerset House 2014

We love summer, especially those long hot days in the city. One of our favourite summer occasions is the Summer Series @ Somerset House, and luckily this year’s event looks to be amazing. Set amongst one of London’s most breathtaking settings, the intimate summer festival, which takes place between …



Album Review: Midnight Juggernauts – Uncanny Valley

First forming in 2004, Melbourne alt. electronica trio Midnight Juggernauts return with their third full-length, Uncanny Valley, this month. It comes off the back of their 2007 debut album, Dystopia, and its 2010 successor, The Crystal Axis, which won the Australian Independent Record Awards (AIR) for Best …



Album Review: Raffertie – Sleep of Reason

It’s hard to believe that Sleep of Reason is Raffertie’s debut album when the London-based producer and composer’s name has been floating about for a good few years now. Raffertie – real name Benjamin Stefanski – has put his name to several EPs and singles as well as remixes …



News: Mighty Mouse – Disco Circus (Volume 4)

Though he likes to think of himself primarily as a DJ, Mighty Mouse is perhaps best known for his remixes and acclaimed compilations. October 2009 saw the release of his first Disco Circus mix, which skillfully compiled some of the best singles and remixes of recent decades from a wide …



Album Review: Duologue – Song and Dance

With a much delayed rise to (relative) prominence via the twin evils of reality TV (Road to V) and the third series of Skins, London five-piece Duologue have certainly taken their time with their debut album – I mean, Skins was almost four years ago. This begs …



Introducing: Night Engine

Beckoning you not only to throw down some serious moves but also to consider just what you’re doing are London’s Night Engine. The four-piece create angular, rhythm-led dance-punk that’s good for the brain and the feet in equal measure.

With the newly unveiled ‘I’ll Make It Worth Your



Album Review: Singtank – In Wonder

Brother and sister musical duos; they’re kind of creepy, right? And slightly unsettling is also just about the best way to sum up the electro indie debut album of French sibling double act Joséphine and Alexandre de la Baume as well.

Although they have been writing music together for around …


Field Day Review

Festival Review: Field Day

Victoria Park opens its gates only a few times a year for festivals catering to the young and hip, today is no exception. Field Day is for the music fan that would rather see music’s next greatest than be stood in front of a main stage filled with chart fodder.…


Field Day

Festival Guide: Field Day

Where: Victoria Park, London
When: 6 – 8 July
Cost: £45
Size: 5,000
Age: 6
In a word: #hipster
Web: www.fielddayfestivals.com / @fielddaylondon

Like a regrettable night at The Dolphin, Field Day is an East London rite of passage. The entire hipster contingent of LDN’s self-proclaimed ‘trendiest borough’ will descend …



Nicholas McCarthy, puppets and Shakespeare.

If you were to mention the idea of going to see a Shakespeare show of any kind, I guarantee memories of being dragged through countless plays and poems by over-zealous English teachers will flood the minds of those around you, making them raise eyebrows or laugh. But being a budding …