Trickstar Radio, Brighton’s young and burgeoning internet radio station, has just received a licence to start broadcasting over DAB. The underground music station, which has a focus on urban electronic music, has in recent times acted as a launch pad for some of the city’s most promising musical careers, and prides // Read More
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Sticking with the relatable theme of political hysteria, DJ Shadow has dropped a phenomenal music video for ‘Nobody Speak’ which features American hip-hop duo Run The Jewels.
Boundary Brighton is a new addition to this summer’s festival lineup and adds to a list of exciting events Brighton has to offer.
Recently, a lot of young artists have been deleting their online catalogue and starting again with a new, improved sound – George Gianluca has done just that.
A few years ago, talented sisters Anna and Sonia Kuprienko moved to London after fleeing political turmoil in their home nation of Ukraine, but that hasn’t stopped the Bloom Twins’ work rate and passion for their craft.
Zone is the name of this tantalising single song release from enigmatic producer/songwriter Ambrose. Based sometimes in Brighton (and other times in London), Ambrose delivers rich vocal harmonies over a backdrop of sparkling synth arpeggios and thickset bass, clearly channelling James Blake in this solidly produced teaser for his forthcoming EP. • Ambrose’s EP will be // Read More
For some reason, city based festivals never attract the same amount of hype as their rural counterparts. Festival goers are looking further and further afield for their amusement, with Outlook and Benicassim featuring just as frequently on the tongues of British music fans as Glastonbury and Bestival. It’s rare that // Read More
This year there are some great line-ups at some great festivals, so we thought we’d pick out the ones we feel will be most enjoyable. Yeah you have your Glastonburys, Benicassims, V Fests and all that, but they’re all a bit much for some. So, instead, we’ve gone for the more // Read More
A few weeks ago we were invited down to Standard Jam’s latest event, which featured two of the UK’s most progressive and influential DJs. One of those present was Rinse FM’s Roska.