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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Whilst their trademark indie-electronica marriage ‘Chapter One: A Long Way From Home’ was solely created via email, the long-awaited sequel ‘Chapter Two: Konstellation Neu’ was recorded in one room, with two drummers and mad professors on synthesisers contributing to an … Continue reading
This duo is made up of two young women: Sonja Glass from Hamburg, Valeska Steiner from Zurich. Their debut album ‘Mutual Friends’ came out late last year, but it is a bounty of calm guitar and a repertoire of convincingly relatable … Continue reading
The hemp trading company support organic farming, reduce agricultural chemical use, encourage ethical trade, save water and create a buzz around activism. The THTC founder, Gav Lawson, was named ambassador for the PEA Business Awards (The People and Environment achievement awards), at its inaugural session. … Continue reading
I break horses: Stockholm dwellers Maria Lindén and her musical partner Fredrik Balck are “I Break Horses”. The duo have quietly been crafting the nine tracks that make up debut album Hearts throughout stolen moments gathered up over the past … Continue reading
Zed’s Dead’s track “Coffee Break” samples Dionne Warwick’s world-renowned anthem: “Say a little prayer”. This elegant mix of dubstep beats and heavy bass compliments the soulful meanderings of Warwick’s distinct vocals, allowing for the kind of dub step which … Continue reading
No one can deny that Frankie Rose and the Outs album from 2010 was an absolute knock-out full of girlish rock and sweet sweet melodies and soft vocals over simple chords. But now, there is a new Frankie Rose. Signed … Continue reading
Be warned, the video and the song itself are pretty explicit. But the video definitely doesn’t follow the normal format of a hiphop video. Childish Gambino is a fairly unique and in my eyes welcome addition to the hiphop scene.
In this ‘you get a track that returns the chills, weariness and gravel that are supposed to come with stories of the day-to-day hustle, eking out a living in the street “workplace.” ‘ I haven’t heard of Big Heavy before, … Continue reading
Released unassumingly just a few weeks ago, Nicolas Jaar’s “And I Say” ft. Scout LaRue and Will Epstein is an undeniable accomplishment by all involved. LaRue’s vocals are eery and seductive and the minimalism of her ‘aabb’ lyrical rhyming scheme … Continue reading