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Album Review: The Stepkids – Troubadour

Once, on a grey day in a London office, I was reading an article in that great San Fran magazine The Believer. I remember Peter Coviello incisively discussing the “million-petaled flower of Steely Dan‘s uncoolness”.  I was struck by this phrase. Not only because it is a completely …



Guest Playlist: ForteBowie

Fresh from a particularly noteworthy hook-up with FTSE on ‘St. Tropez‘, it’s all kicking off in the world of Atlanta-born rapper, vocalist and producer, ForteBowie. With a deluxe version of his EP, Vice Haus, out early next month and a new single in the guise of



News: East End Film Festival

This summer sees the East End Film Festival (EEFF) return for its 12th edition, in what will be its longest run to date. From June 25th to July 10th, London’s East End will be the home of two weeks of films and events, with 16 world premieres, 2 European premiers, …



BOTW Playlist: The Flight

We asked our current BOTW – London production duo The Flight – to throw together a playlist for us of the tracks that have inspired them, not just on their debut Hangman EP, but as songwriters in general.

The pair – comprised of Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, who’ve previously …


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BOTW Review: Hey Sholay – ((o))

With their penchant for unpronounceable album titles, records pressed onto x-rays (yes, really) and 3D t-shirts, you could certainly be forgiven for thinking Sheffield’s Hey Sholay are all style and no substance. This assumption, however, belies one simple fact: their debut full-length ((o)) not only lives up to the heady …



Update: BANG THE BOX Returns + Fresh Modeselektor Stream

Bang The Box returns following the immense, speaker-melting performances at their sold out Party in the Park.

The HMV Forum plays host next month to an incredible lineup featuring Modeselektor, Siriusmo, Boy 8 Bit, Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem & some very special guests.

After curating an entire stage at the 2010 …



Introducing: Flowers and Sea Creatures

Flowers and Sea Creatures are emerging. As delightful and graphic as that imagery can potentially be, this band are far away from the monstrous likes of Cloverfield, but more represent an audial replica of the divine beauty brought by the development of an elegant flower’s growth.

This encompassing duo debuted …



Review: Dave I.D – Response

Everything needs a label, a tag – even a rough or vague one. Calling something pop, rock or whatever the latest sub-sub-genre helps us identify, understand and place a track – knowing where it comes from, what it means is all part of listening to a record. The unknown, the …