Despite our absence at the end of March, we’re very happy to bring you an extended edition of ‘The Month In Grime’ which will be showcasing the last two month’s releases. Let’s kick it off straight away with the latest release from Rapture 4D. Rapture 4D – Unrelated Grime Even // Read More
Articles on several subjects.
Another week, another five acts. It’s bloody exhausting, isn’t it? But it’s worth it, because all of them are great, so stop complaining. See below for this week’s five, don’t enjoy yourselves too much (but do enjoy yourself a little bit). Salen Salen is a village in Sweden with 652 // Read More
You’ve had a whole week to listen to the five acts we recommended for The Great Escape, so if you’ve done that then well done. If you haven’t then we aren’t angry, we’re just disappointed. But don’t worry, here’s five more you can check out to make up for it! // Read More
The Great Escape is all about new music. Sure, there are bands like Slaves playing, but they’re just to sell tickets to the unassuming. Dig deeper and it’s all sweet, sweet new music. “But I don’t know any new music!” We hear you wail, wiping your dribbling nose on the sleeve // Read More
Just when you thought your summer wasn’t going to have a soundtrack, Sweetmates have dropped their debut EP, and it’s a banger. Combining the house-inspired electronic drums of producer Declan Rogers with singer/guitarist Sam Bunker’s emotional lyricism, Disco Turd manages to straddle the indie/electro divide like it’s the // Read More
‘Calm’ is our first taste of Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn in 2017 and they’re sounding as smooth as always. Hopefully, this means there’s more to come from these two this year. Here’s the official music video filmed with an Amsterdam backdrop by Rosie Matheson.
As we progress through 2017 and reflect on what the past twelve months taught us, it’s a good time to think about what we want to achieve in the New Year. Unfortunately, last year, Brighton had a huge issue with people’s safety on nights out. An online survey by The Tab // Read More
With grime’s recent re-appearance in the mainstream of popular music a lot of articles have been written about where it came from and what it can be compared to. Amongst these comparisons a popular one is that grime is the modern day equivalent of punk. Whilst the two seem to // Read More