‘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.
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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
Normanton Street teamed up with some of Brighton’s best rappers to bring you this hard remix of their 2016 hit ‘Angelene’. Featured rappers in order of appearance: Mrisi, Hatter, Frankie Stew, Bobbie Johnson, Maczee P and Phonetic.
We’re happy to bring you the second episode of Peggy’s World, a series that focuses on interviewing emerging talent in the UK. Episode two features Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn who have recently released a new album. London band The DAs also feature alongside pianist Charlie Lewis. We also, somehow, // Read More
Two years on from their highly regarded debut album The Morning, FS&HG’s latest project couldn’t have come soon enough. The Flowers In Your Room has been a while in the making, with the duo releasing the odd track over the past year and a half, building up anticipation behind the project. Fabric, Still, // Read More
It’s already been a flying start to 2016 for Brighton hip-hop duo Frankie Stew & Harvey Gunn. They’ve just provided the music for this collaboration video between Vans & Asos celebrating 50 years of Vans’ influence on fashion and skate culture, and the tune suits the aesthetic of the video // Read More
Continuing their brilliant trend of dropping tunes unexpectedly, Frankie and Harvey have released ‘Grateful’. The duo resume in their classic style: Harvey’s soothing instrumentals creating the perfect platform for Frankie’s heartfelt lyrics. In ‘Grateful’, as the title suggests, Frankie expresses his gratitude to those who have helped him along the way. Listen to // Read More
Brighton’s favourite hip-hop act have started releasing something other than music, they’ve just dropped some new t-shirts on their Big Cartel site. The garments come in four different colours: baby blue, turquoise, grey and burgundy. After ending 2015 on a high with the release of ‘Still’ and having made a great start // Read More
To celebrate reaching two thousand SoundCloud followers and exceeding 300,000 total plays on the site, FSHG have released “Still”. Riddled with hi-hats, Harvey’s mellow instrumental features some exceptional sampling which is complemented by Frankie’s emotive lyricism and calm delivery. Listen here: These two are moving fast, try and keep up with // Read More