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Record Shopping with GoldLink

Whilst in London this summer for his sell out show in Shoreditch – that Andre 3000 of OutKast casually decided to come along to and watch – we thought it only fitting that a rapper with such eclectic musical taste, should be shown around one of London’s finest record shops,



The Field Report #1: Snoop Dogg texts. Whatever’s next?

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



BOTW Moodboard: Supreme Cuts

With their wildly imaginative second album Divine Ecstasy out this week on Memphis Industries, our BOTW, Chicago’s Supreme Cuts, take us on a visual guide to the thought processes behind the album. Or, as the duo themselves put it: “A rare glimpse into our twisted skulls.” But, before


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Musogyny: The Race to Ban Artist’s Visas

With the ‘Year of the Twerk’ safely behind us, its good to see that the issue of feminism in popular culture still rages on strong as Australian group Collective Shout is following on from their campaign to try and get Tyler the Creator banned from performing down under with a …



Time to Get Funky: Snoopzilla x Rdio

I was not aware that Snoop Dogg had in fact stopped being Snoop Lion.Whoops. Maybe it was after he was reincarnated. Snoop Dogg can now add YET another name to his repertoire- Snoopzilla. It’s not just Snoop on this, as it is a duo name deal. Snoopzilla refers to …



Preview: Afrojack x G-Star Raw

Afrojack has collaborated with G-Star Raw for a capsule collection that derives from the leather A-Crotch pants that G-Star tailor-made for the artist’s performances earlier this year. The ‘A’ of Afrojack acts as a key feature of the G-Star RAW X AFROJACK Capsule Collection, and is also a reference for …


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Notion 064 Feature: Whinnie Williams

From Sunday Girl to Ye-Ye Girl via Britain’s best hip-hop producers: the remarkable reinvention of Whinnie Williams

HAIR / Leigh Keates at Premier Hair & Make Up using Cloud Nine
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Album Review: Major Lazer – Free the Universe

For someone who has never really bought into that whole ‘Sean-de-Paul and Blue Cantrell’, faux-Jamaican thing, Major Lazer have repeatedly surpassed expectations. Take their 2009 smash ‘Pon De Floor’ for instance, which still gets even the most rigid of movers to lose their shit on the dance floor …



Review: Together Festival 2013

Few music moguls spark the sort of pandemonium that Snoop Dogg does. I can state this with some assurance because I recently ventured all the way to Bangkok’s Together Festival to witness the LA rapper first hand, alongside A-list draws from the world of electronic music such as Justice, AN21, …



“The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop”

Now that we’re nearing December, it’s round about time for the Holiday spirit to kick in (I’m used to using Thanksgiving as a marker for when I can officially start playing Christmas music, but I figure it’s about that time on this side of the pond too).

And really, what’s …