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The Field Report #4 – Second Line Up Fever and Scandinavian Persuasion for Hip Hop’s Coolest Cats.

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

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Interview: Context

It seems everything’s taking off in the world of displaced, formerly Norwich-based MC, Context. Now living in London, the last few months have seen him drop what may be his strongest track to date in the form of the acerbic ‘Small Town Lad Sentiments‘: a biting tune

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Live Review: Wireless 2013 – Friday

Since its inception in 2005, there haven’t been many festivals that have been able to compete with – the newly Yahoo! sponsored – Wireless. From its first outing eight years ago now, which featured a lofty cast of headliners including New Order, Basement Jaxx and Kasabian, it’s …

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Video: Jay-Z explains ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail’

So I’ve just found out I’ll be heading down to see Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake at Wireless on Sunday and am absolutely BUZZING. Getting into the spirit of the hip hop veteran’s 12th album Magna Carta Holy Grail, I’ve been watching these video teasers on repeat (#totallysane). Even for …

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Review: Pulp at Wireless

Reformations, to me, are like meeting up with an ex girlfriend. It can go either way. What charms were once seen as being the most enlightening of features can grow withered, tired and lose their edge. Or, you light the spark for a future of prospect of at least a …

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Grace has gone Dub

There’s much anticipation as Grace Jones announces that she will be releasing her album Hurricane off the back of her performance at Wireless festival on July 3rd. The re-release of the now classic album will have a Dub twist and is produced by Ivor Guest.

The cover is a striking …

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