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Premiere: Newsome ‘Capricorn’

Having undergone a name change, James Berkeley, formally known as King Dinosaur, has returned under the moniker Newsome. The Brighton-based producer and singer had already grasped the attention of some of the most influential people in the biz, including Rob Da Bank, Huw Stephens and Sister Bliss. He’s also …



News: XOYO Residency – The 2 Bears

We’ve got some exciting residency news! No, it’s not Britney’s residency in Vegas coming to the UK (I wish), but London’s very own XOYO have announced the second part of their residency series. As part of the series, four massive talents will play 12 consecutive Saturdays each. Having open the …



Replay takes over Bestival

It was another year of success for Replay as they continued their partnership with Bestival, one of the most renowned UK festivals.

This year became even better than expected at the Replay and Rob da Bank stage which brought festival-goers some of the best music from the inside of …



Introducing: Joe Hertz

It’s very easy to be one of the many artists or producers in today’s industry to create throwaway music. Managing to get everything right, from the melodies to arranging the beats takes time, persistence and talent. For Joe Hertz, he has what it takes, and then some. His new …


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Rob Da Bank Stage steal the show at Bestival

Last weekend saw Replay host the Rob Da Bank stage at Bestival. Located on a grassy hill, the stage was home to the likes of Death in Vegas, Willis Earl Beal, Dan Le Sac, Grimes and my personal fave – AlunaGeorge.

The Bestival partnership is part …




This issue we’ve gone for two different covers that embody the many sides of our two loves: music & fashion. We were struck by the arrival of Aiden Grimshaw, and we feel he deserves a chance to stand up for himself as a new kind of reality graduate. On the …



C.A.L.M Down Dear

Next Friday, that’s the 25th November, C.A.L.M (Campaign Against Living Miserably) are taking over the Oxford Circus Topman from 12-8pm in a mammoth 8 hours of live DJ battles. Wow. Which is all the more exciting once you know who’s playing: Rob da Back, Dan Le Sac, Huw Stephens, …



Bestival: Why It Works

The tranquil dips of the Isle Of White’s climbing hills hide many great things, but perhaps none more special than Bestival. Now in its seventh year, Rob Da Bank’s brainchild has been a pioneering force of good amongst a constantly fluctuating festival market, and still every year it manages to …



Who did the soundtrack?

PrettyFresh and BFI Southbank have teamed up to bring a new regular event, Sonic Cinema, which will explore and celebrate moving image. The curators Tayo Popoola and Stuart Brown plan to use this opportunity to explore their own passion of how the two mediums work together, weather it be feature …


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Interview With Bob Tollast of the Laurel Collective

One of the most intimately creative festivals around at the moment, In The Woods brings attendees closer to nature as the whole festival takes place ourdoors in the middle of scenic woodlands. Now in its fifth year, the festival features some of the best electronic music acts and also hosts