You should know Ugø. On his latest project ‘Like Your Life Depended on It’, the south London rapper showcases his skills across 16 tracks his skills as well as his passion for professional wrestling. Nods to wrestlers on ‘BLK Kane’ and ‘Gnarly’ are quite fitting. Ugø brings the aggression and fire with his raps that... Continue Reading →
They say time flies when you’re having fun, and The Jungle Giants’ Brixton gig seems to be no exception... read our full review!
Tom Rosenthal has always gone against the current. His uniqe style of indie folk-pop has always been very self-contained to mainly acoustic songs that make you dream of long car rides under a starry night sky...
Words: Oliver Childs | Photography: Jack Tobin A lot can happen in ten years. An artist can (and probably will) change their style of music to develop as an artist. White Lies are no different. However, the one constant factor of the three-piece that has remained the same over the last ten years is just... Continue Reading →
Words & Photos: Philip Giouras Ahead of two massive shows at London’s 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace this week, Vampire Weekend’s ‘Father Of The Bride’ World Tour came to Birmingham’s O2 Academy last night. Due to unfortunate circumstances, the tours support, Songhoy Blues, couldn’t perform. While most bands would axe the slot or perhaps draft in... Continue Reading →
Words: Lauren Dehollogne Depeche Mode’s new documentary ‘Spirits in the Forest’ isn’t as much about them as it is about their dedicated fan base. Six people from around the world – Mongolia to the US to Romania – were picked by Dutch director and photographer Anton Corbijn to convey the story of their dedication. One... Continue Reading →
The Glove That Fits, Homerton. In early March, four of the most prolific and masterful producers and DJs of drum and bass, and dubstep, convened in a dingy basement in Homerton for a night of murky drums and sadistic frequencies. Alix Perez, Halogenix, Deft and Lewis James performed to a crowd of no more than... Continue Reading →
The self-titled debut record comes from the Cardiff based post-hardcore Holding Absence and their softer, melodramatic black and white branding in the form of a a vivid, yet restrained colour palette of sound. Shaking with vibrato and the ability to out-ballad previous track ‘Penance’, the record utilises ambience ridden vocals and pianist melody in ‘Marigold’... Continue Reading →
Headlining O2 Academy Brixton is a big deal; that’s exactly what alternative rock band Deaf Havana did. Following the release of their fifth studio album Rituals, the English 5-piece play their biggest show to date to a whopping 5,000 people. With support from Stereo Honey, and IDKHOW, the show is roaring to start. Accompanied with... Continue Reading →