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  • Social Contract
    Social Contract Posted by Chris Smyth 17 May, 2019

    South London band Social Contract return with new politically driven single 'Common Tongue', the title track from their upcoming debut EP set to release this spring via Beatnik Creative.

    'Common Tongue' is the story a "new build" community turned sour over the decades. It is a raw and spell-binding tale of the post-war new towns movement in England and how the years left those citi

  • Sullii
    Sullii Posted by Chris Smyth 17 May, 2019
  • ISSUES
    ISSUES Posted by Ed Sellers 14 May, 2019
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  • Ruby Fields
    Ruby Fields Posted by Ben Winchester 10 May, 2019
  • Jamie Lenman
    Jamie Lenman Posted by Ed Sellers 03 May, 2019

    Jamie Lenman made his way up through the UK underground scene as the singer, guitarist and songwriter of noughties band Reuben, rubbing shoulders and playing shows with stablemates Biffy Clyro and Frank Turner's Million Dead.

  • april
    april Posted by Martin Mackay 03 May, 2019
  • Jas Shaw

    In early 2018, Jas Shaw, one half of Simian Mobile Disco was diagnosed with a rare health condition - AL amyloidosis - a disorder of bone marrow cells. Having just completed SMD's 7th studio album 'Murmurations' and with a special show at the Barbican scheduled for April, things were thrown into confusion.

  • Simian Mobile Disco

    When James Ford and Jas Shaw met at Manchester University in the late 1990s, they never imagined they'd end up creating a human synthesiser.

  • Balming Tiger

    A diverse music collective taking their name from the famous Asian tiger balm ointment, Balming Tiger is a self-proclaimed "alternative multi-national k-pop band" with the aim to create a global impact.

  • Dua Saleh
    Dua Saleh Posted by Serena Parsons 01 May, 2019
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    It's tempting to describe Dua Saleh as a natural. An artist who only began recording music two years ago isn't supposed to sing with such infectious bravado and haunting gloom. Yet to say Dua, who identifies as gender non-binary and goes by they/them pronouns, has arrived fully-formed on their first ever EP project titled 'Nūr' - (pronounced 'noor' - meaning "the light" in Arabic). They may have just decided to try songwriting, but they've spent their life working across divisions: borders, mediums, identities, and protest lines.