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A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

Kent based band Get Inuit have been busy the last few months. Supporting Spring King on tour, playing Reading, Leeds, Y Not, Truck Festival and even squeezing in some headline dates in between, you’d forgive them for having a bit of time off. Instead, they’ve just released a brand new // Read More

by × January 5, 2017 ×

Music

Watch Maya’s colourful music video for ‘In The Grey’

Watch Maya’s colourful music video for ‘In The Grey’

Māyā have kickstarted the new year with a new music video. Watch ‘In The Grey’ below and make sure you subscribe to our channel!

by × January 4, 2017 ×

Music, Reviews

Our favourite albums from 2016

Our favourite albums from 2016

2016, while not the best year for global/national politics, terrorism, or vibes generally, still brought plenty to the world of culture and music. Mainly, of course, the deaths of many cultural and musical icons. Okay, it was awful generally. But here are some of our favourite albums of the year – a few golden nuggets of // Read More

by × January 3, 2017 ×

Music

December in December

December in December

As we reach the end of 2016, Maczee P has shown no signs of slowing down. With Cuth‘s production underneath verses from Booda French and fellow Brightonian Frankie Stew, December is another example of Maczee P’s high work rate and consistency. When asked what the tune was about, Maczee P // Read More

by × December 23, 2016 ×

Music

SYZ and ORCA team up yet again to create ‘Astral Haze’

SYZ and ORCA team up yet again to create ‘Astral Haze’

As part of SYZ’s ’14:15:16′ release on SoundCloud, Brighton boys SYZ and ORCA have collaborated to produce Astral Haze. The pair have been working together for a long time – since college, in fact. Talking about their first days producing together at college, ORCA said “I seem to remember those days // Read More

by × December 16, 2016 ×

Music

Law Spot end the year on a high

Law Spot end the year on a high

Lawspot have been killing it this year in Brighton, but have done exceptionally well over the past few months. This Brighton based hip-hop platform is definitely one you’ll want to keep your eyes on in 2017. Hopefully, they can keep up the pace with their quality uploads which have been coming // Read More

by × December 6, 2016 ×

Articles, Music

Hadouken! Grime Music and Street Fighter: A History

Hadouken! Grime Music and Street Fighter: A History

Grime music and video games have more in common than you may think, from JME’s first beats being made on Mario Paint to the soundtrack of a 1994 Wolverine game sounding like the world’s first grime instrumental. The late 1990’s and early 2000’s were a fertile time for the gaming industry, // Read More

by × December 1, 2016 ×

Music

The Month In Grime – November

The Month In Grime – November

Kahn & Neek – Fabriclive 90 In a year of so many social and economic disappointments, the one thing we can safely say is that grime music is stronger than it’s ever been. Shortly after the initial fabric closure announcement, the new Fabriclive compilation was announced and was to be // Read More

by × November 30, 2016 ×

Music

Celeste releases a music video for ‘Daydreaming’

Celeste releases a music video for ‘Daydreaming’

We knew it was a positive sign when ‘Daydreaming’ was played by Annie Mac on Radio 1 last month.  We’ve now been blessed with a cool, trippy music video to partner Celeste’s excellent vocal delivery on Daydreaming. Despite her online music catalog being rather thin, this track gives us a // Read More

by × November 18, 2016 ×