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Now Hear This: 12/10/13

We’re not really about lists. We like longform interviews and in-depth analysis; wordy think-pieces and lengthy reports. But that’s partly because we’re music-loving writers and there’s nothing we love more than the sound of a keyboard clacking satisfyingly with the sound of our own thoughts. Hey, at least we’re honest.



Rosie Lowe unveils Kwes & Dave Okumu-produced debut EP

We’ve a bit of a Tuesday treat for you here. Devon-bred and now London-based vocalist Rosie Lowe has announced plans for a debut EP, Right Thing, to see release this December on 37 Adventures. Lowe, who up until this point is perhaps best known for her beguiling guest …



BOTW Playlist: Vondelpark

With their debut album, Seabed, dropping this week via renowned Belgian bass-peddlers R&S, we asked London trio Vondelpark to put together a playlist of the tracks that inspire their mellow, jazz-tinged indie. The results, to say the least, were surprising. From the Brazilian funk-tinged noodlings of Azymuth‘s



Matthew Dear + The Invisible at Fabric

Matthew Dear has made a pretty big name for himself in the pop world lately.  To support his recent success, Beams, he’s performing at Fabric on December 5th in what’s sure to be a lively show.

Beams, for those of you who haven’t checked it out yet, is …



TGIF Mixtape #3

After taking a week off from our TGIF mixtape, it’s back! And with a vengeance. This time, we’ve selected a few tracks from some stand-out underground stars of UK grime & hip hop, namely a couple of tracks from members of the Last Night In Paris collective. Add in a …



Preview: Notion 059 Jessie Ware Cover

Feast your eyes on our September Issue’s coverstar (one of them, at least), Jessie Ware. Eloquent and confident, yet reserved and always elegant: in the sublimely sophisticated ‘Devotion’, the very British diva Jessie Ware has delivered an album to lose yourself to. Harking back to a time when long players …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #11

Last week one of PlanetNotion’s friends was dubbed a “regular” at the Old Blue Last – over-frequenting a gig venue meant for eighteen-year-olds is so hot right now. We need to grow up and start going to the theatre, but that’s not going to be happening any time soon. Because,


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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