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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,



Now Hear This: 02/11/13

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.



Album Review: Washed Out – Paracosm

Ernest Greene, aka Washed Out, has come a long way since his days of being an unemployed librarian. Two full years since the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Within and Without, Paracosm presents to us a more focused and accomplished sound. His vision of a conceptual …


New video: Washed Out – Don’t Give Up

Washed Out (producer/songwriter Ernest Greene) has released the stupefyingly gorgeous video for Don’t Give Up, the first official single from his forthcoming album Paracosm.

Filmed at London Zoo by acclaimed designer Kate Moross, the video compliments the oozing lucidity of Don’t Give Up‘s hazy yet fully …



Guest Mix: Tropics

It’s not surprising, though it is perhaps unfair, that Tropics – aka Chris Ward – was lumped in with the chillwave movement of a few summers back. If the Southampton producer’s balmy moniker wasn’t enough to go by; his latest EP – Home & Consonance, which dropped late last …



News: Washed Out announces sophomore album

Following up his critically-acclaimed debut Within and Without, Ernest Greene – AKA Washed Out – now announces his second album, Paracosm, to be released on August 12th via Weird World. Named after the phenomenon whereby people create intricate imaginary worlds, such as Tolkein’s Middle Earth and C.S Lewis’s …



BOTW Playlist: Jaws

With JawsMilkshake EP – a collection of their singles and b-sides released to date – dropping later this month via Rattlepop, we asked the much-hyped Birmingham quartet to put together a playlist of the tracks that have inspired their musical lives.

As children of the 90s now



Album Review: Poolside – Pacific Standard Time

A confession: I didn’t get away much this summer. Had I had the opportunity though, you can bet your bottom dollar Pacific Standard Time – the debut full-length from LA-based ‘daytime disco’ duo Poolside – would’ve been the first album I’d have made sure was on my iPod. As its …



Exclusive Mixtape: Mausi – J’aime La Musique Relaxe

Mausi are a cool new band whose single, ‘Sol‘, has recently been released. It’s really nice and you should listen to it by clicking on the link.

BUT THAT’S NOT WHY WE’RE HERE. No, we’re here to write about a new mixtape they put together especially for us. …



Review: Standon Calling

A couple of weeks ago, we went to Standon Calling. If it weren’t immediately obvious, the festival is a twenty-minute walk from the village of Standon, in Hertfordshire. The journey from Kings Cross to the festival site was a lengthy and arduous one, so we were looking for a …