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Album Review: Young Fathers – Dead

Having seen super hot electronic pioneers Numbers, Hudson Mohawke and Sega Bodega plucked out of the depths Glasgow over the last few years, Edinburgh is clearly putting up a fight not to be left behind, with Young Fathers’ brand of left-field hip-hop being thrown into the new Scottish mix.

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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



BOTW Interview Pt. 2: Lizzo

In the second part of our catch-up with our BOTW, Minnesotan rap queen Lizzo, the fiery young vocalist recalls to us how she first met her Lizzobangers co-conspirator Lazerbeak, the jitters she had about Run the Jewels beating her to ‘Batches & Cookies’, and we ask that most



Live Review: Parklife 2013

Parklife Festival, haven’t you grown. I remember when you were just a wee festival newbie, situated in the heartland of Manchester’s student community, where for £25 your average cool cat could lose themselves in some Fake Blood, a Friendly Fire or get acquainted with some Magnetic Men. …


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News: Alicia Keys added to Flow Festival

We can now announce that the legendary Alicia Keys will perform at this year’s Flow Festival in Helsinki. The R&B superstar joins an already stellar lineup, featuring the likes of Kraftwerk, The Knife, Kendrick Lamar, My Bloody Valentine, Cat Power, Grimes, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Nick Cave & The Bad …



Playlist: Clean Bandit

Ahead of their appearance at London’s Field Day this Saturday, we asked local baroque house four-piece Clean Bandit to compile a playlist of the tracks sure to be fueling their raucous live set this weekend. From their nascent inspiration by Radiohead and Ace of Base, to in vogue cuts



A Sound Of 2013: Trap

A hybrid of hip hop, grime and bass music, trap is now the new favourite genre of any hipster worth their weight in snapbacks – and I’m proud to say that I pledge my allegiance to the Trap Flag.

It’s just as likely to make you slut-drop to the ground …



BOTW Interview: Flume

We talk to Harley Streten, AKA Flume, about Aussie music, production style, and how to scrape by in the money-barren music industry.

The DJ and producer scene in the UK is massive now, but I don’t know too much about that sort of music scene in Australia. Has it grown



Introducing Our BOTW: Flume

Wikipedia may tell you that a flume is an artificial water channel. You may know the word in reference to the famous Logger’s Leap ride at Thorpe Park, or in the context of discussing water parks in British resorts such as Butlins, or Pontins.

But in this case Flume is …



Azealia Banks shares debut full length mixtape ‘Fantasea’

In a big week for new music Azealia Banks has shared her long anticipated full length debut mixtape ‘Fantasea’; with with beats from a wealth of producers including Hudson Mohawke, Ikonika, O/W/W/W/L/S, Machinedrum, Eprom, Drums of Death, Nick Hook, Lunice, and Munchi