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Preview: Flow Festival 2013

Helsinki’s Flow Festival has, without doubt, become one of Scandinavia’s most consistently interesting festivals in recent years; hosting a unique mix of household names, alternative mainstays and local Nordic gems. Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2013, this year’s revelries – which run from August 7-11 – look set to be …



Kraftwerk Gigs at Tate Modern

Kraftwerk, the German group, pioneered, innovated, and revolutionized electronic music.  Over the past 40 years they have released several critically acclaimed albums.

The Tate Modern is going to hold a massive retrospective for this group in February, where the band will play in London for the first time in …



Interview: John Tejada

With the release of his sophomore full-length The Predicting Machine for legendary German label Kompakt last month, we caught up with eminent Austrian producer John Tejada to chat about his formative years, mysterious future collaborations and his brief foray into West Coast hip-hop…

You come from a pretty musical family



BOTW Playlist: Hey Sholay

Our current BOTW – Sheffield’s Hey Sholay, who we introduced you to yesterday – put together a playlist taking us through a mix of their influences, past and present. It’s an eclectic collection; veering between the dizzying jazz of Miles Davis and Chet Baker to classic cuts from Bowie, …



Interview: Night Works

Night Works emerged this year with their track ‘I Tried So Hard‘, an experimental take on soulful RnB sounds – debuted alongside a mixtape. Since then, all that’s emerged from his social media outlets is another mixtape, a mix, a rough experimental clip, and only one other full



Festival Report: Way Out West – Saturday

Saturday was all about Frank Ocean: his beautiful tumblr love letter drew attention away from the tired exploits of Odd Future and towards his debut solo effort in a way that nobody could have predicted but that everybody welcomed. It was all about Frank Ocean; that was until around 3pm …


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Review: Nickel Pressing – ‘Uncanny’ EP

Some rotter has come round, nicked all the guitars and stuff and left several classical instruments in their stead. Recording session over, right? Not if you’re Nickel Pressing, a French outfit named after a launderette chain. They make do with the remaining equipment for most their debut EP Uncanny, …