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  • Girlhood
    Girlhood Posted by Andy Duggan 12 Jan, 2018

    Girlhood are Christian Pinchbeck and Tessa Cavanna, that began when their separate musical projects came to an end, with the pair drawing inspiration from the shared sounds on which they grew up. Taking cues from Fugees, late 80s hip hop and The Avalanches and 90s neo-soul, the pair use Christian's narrowboat - still docked on a London canal - to write, record and produce their

  • Canshaker Pi

    "Canshaker Pi will blow the world away with their sound. They are loud, young and not too snotty. They play guitar rock. They don't sound like anything in the Portland Oregon high school system I can tell u that - confident, frustrated tunes beyond their years. Get in the way of these lads and sparks will fly for sure." - Stephen Malkmus

    Indeed, a Canshaker Pi show can be descri

  • Zapatilla
  • Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
    Nnamdi Ogbonnaya Posted by Matt Pickering-Copley 04 Jan, 2018

    NNAMDI OGBONNAYA is a multi-instrumentalist composer, producer, and performer. His musical identity was forged in the DIY community of Chicago. Relentless participation in numerous musical projects bridged genres and created inroads between scenes. Near constant activity quickly made him a locus of gravity in the community. Constant participation quickly opened channels to a b

  • L-Vis 1990
    L-Vis 1990 Posted by Nick Reddick 21 Dec, 2017
    www.l-vis1990.com

    The world of electronic music is a volatile one: with a seemingly infinite number of subgenres and sonic permutations, it is subject to constantly evolving tastes and trends. Success and influence are fleeting; musicians are often judged as only as good as their last single, mix or party. One figure to not just survive but thrive on this ephemeral landscape is James Connolly,

  • Danny L Harle

    One afternoon two years ago, Danny L Harle composed a song to play in his DJ set; a huge fan of 1990s dance tracks such as Haddaway's 'What Is Love' and Corona's 'Rhythm Is A Dancer', he wanted a song of his own to play alongside them. The result was 'Broken Flowers': both a paean to the past, and the sound of something modern.

    Now 'Broken Flowers' is reappearing, lightly polished, to

  • BiG HEATH
    BiG HEATH Posted by Craig D'Souza 20 Dec, 2017
    www.9t9t5.com

    BiG HEATH is not only an artist that embraces being different, but also dares you to be different.

    The story of an overweight kid from Cambridge with a stutter and a love for rap music goes back to his birth year of 1995.

    Jump forward to 2017 following some notable live support slots with both Nas and Freddie Gibbs, BiG HEATH arrived with an almighty bang onto the scene wi

  • Sports Team

    London-based Sports Team has shared the second song from their recently announced debut EP, 'Winter Nets', listen to 'Beverly Rosel' here. The song follows the recently aired 'Stanton' with the vinyl now available to pre-order on Nice Swan Records and will follow on 12" vinyl in early 2018.

    Hailing from various parts of the country, six-piece Sports Team met whilst studying at Cambr

  • Cut Chemist

    Life moves in cycles. Every death yields a rebirth. Every rebirth unfolds into a new life. Cut Chemist can attest. On his long-awaited second full-length solo album 'Die Cut', the trailblazing DJ and producer underwent a creative birth reflected in its 17 tracks. The artist augments his signature approach famously earmarked by impeccable sample selection, searing scratching, and

  • Ramz
    Ramz Posted by Craig D'Souza 18 Dec, 2017

    Ramone Rochester, otherwise known as his stage name Ramz is a UK rapper and singer from South London. Having only begun his musical journey earlier this year, at the age of 20, Ramz has embraced all genre's of music soaking up the culture and what's currently happening within the UK Rap scene. He explains on 'Barking' "I like to make music that reflects how I feel in that particula

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