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Woman's Hour

In the Studio with Woman’s Hour

Over the past few years, Kendal four-piece Woman’s Hour have slowly been cementing a sound as distinctive as their stage name, which pays homage to the popular radio show. Capitalising on a wave of buzz generated by standout singles ‘To the End’, ‘Darkest Place’ and, most recently, ‘Her Ghost’, the



We Can’t Wait for Field Day

Guys, it’s nearly June! And do you know what happens in June?  You know, aside from optimistic weather reports? FIELD DAY! Set in London’s Victoria Park on the 7th and 8th June, Field Day offers perhaps one of the most exciting line-ups to grace the capital this summer. Seriously, take …



Playlist: Digitalism’s Top Ten Club Bangers

The gurus of electro music Digitalism are going to be headlining Kitsuné Club Night event at Village Underground on April 19th, which is guaranteed to raise your spirits, excite your senses, blow your mind and tire your body in the most delightful way possible. Utilise that long Easter weekend best



Field Report #5: Techno Troops, Tasty Morsels and the Extrordinary Tony Benn

Festival season, like an impending wave of low pressure threatening to burst our river banks, is upon us. And to get our taste buds tingling, organisers have been chomping at the bit to let you know of their exclusive headline acts ready to define our summers. These days, the great



Primavera Sound Lineup

OK, deep breath: Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Disclosure, Metronomy, Chvrches, The National, Pixies, Nine Inch Nails, and Kendrick Lamar have all been confirmed for the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona this summer. Running from Monday 26th May to Sunday 1st June, the festival’s organizers have managed to …



Olugbenga – ‘Silver Pixie, Iyawo Mi’ (Hugh Remix)

I’m going to be honest with you, dear readers: We really don’t know that much about Hugh. Earlier this year, when the London-based foursome dropped a beguiling slice of thoughtful electronica in ‘Not Fair Too Far‘ onto the world wide web, we found ourselves captivated by the …



Preview: Independent Label Market

Things that make you think ‘omg it’s nearly Christmas’: That John Lewis advert that everyone gets all cutesy about, your local high-street embarking on a sorry attempt for Christmas decorations, and your nan ringing up to ask for knitting measurements. Oh, and then there is one announcement that doesn’t send …



My #RSD13: An International Affair

Sometimes – in fact all of the time – attending Record Store Day can feel a bit like being a kid in a candy store. For Notion’s Coco Wong – who’s recently moved to the UK from Hong Kong – this is more true than ever. Here, she tells us



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



Øya Festival Lineup Grows

Øya Festival in Norway has announced new additions to its lineup.

Metronomy, Willis Earl Beal, Best Coast, Chromatics and a variety of other acts will take to the stage over the course of the weekend, between 7-11 August, joining headliners Björk, The Black Keys and The