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Music

Ocean continues to represent Brighton in his new video

Ocean continues to represent Brighton in his new video

The Brighton rapper has yet again added to his incredible collection of music videos with these new visuals for ‘High Street’, filmed by AboveGround.

by × February 10, 2016 ×

Articles

Nic (Normanton Street) | Photo credit: fsandhg.bigcartel.com

New t-shirts from FS&HG

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

by × January 18, 2016 ×

Music

FS&HG round off 2015 with ‘Still’

FS&HG round off 2015 with ‘Still’

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

by × November 30, 2015 ×

Music

FS, HG, SBTV.

FS, HG, SBTV.

Brighton favourites Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn have featured in a new SBTV series directed by Harry Hitchens. The duo performed incredible live versions of ‘Sometimes’ and ‘Put It On Me’ (with Normanton Street) during an intimate set at Hitchens’ London apartment during the summer. Here’s how it went down: // Read More

by × October 16, 2015 ×

Reviews

‘Psychedelic fresh air’ – We take a look at Onoe Caponoe’s ‘Voices From Planet Cattele’.

‘Psychedelic fresh air’ – We take a look at Onoe Caponoe’s ‘Voices From Planet Cattele’.

High Focus have certainly continued their seemingly endless run of quality releases with Onoe Caponoe’s latest project ‘Voices From Planet Cattele’. Conceptually, it fits the label perfectly. As always, an abnormal blend of psychedelic themes run throughout the very heart of the project, as well as all around the outside as well. // Read More

by × February 9, 2015 ×

Interviews

“It gave me a sense of identity” – We spoke hip-hop DJ Miss C Brown

“It gave me a sense of identity” – We spoke hip-hop DJ Miss C Brown

What got you into music in the first place? I got into music purely out of love. I’ve loved music from an early age; as far back as I can remember to be honest. As soon as I could pass for old enough to get into clubs, I was there! // Read More

by × January 15, 2015 ×

Reviews

“A true hip hop hero” – We saw Talib Kweli at The Haunt

“A true hip hop hero” – We saw Talib Kweli at The Haunt

On Tuesday 25th November, hip-hop sensation Talib Kweli came to town, performing at the very intimate venue – The Haunt. This gig was an experience like no other. From start to finish, it was like one big Brooklyn 90s warehouse rave; an event that should have not been missed. Opening // Read More

by × December 3, 2014 ×

Reviews

“Lose yourself to find the answers” – We look at Jam Baxter’s new release

“Lose yourself to find the answers” – We look at Jam Baxter’s new release

When it comes to originality and innovation within the genre, Jam Baxter is renowned for his unorthodox approach, leading to some fantastic creations. ‘…So We Ate Them Whole’ is the latest project in his ever more impressive discography and really does make a point of pushing the boundaries within underground // Read More

by × November 26, 2014 ×

What's On

Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

Hip-hop legend Talib Kweli set to play in Brighton

This November, one half of infamous hip-hop group Black Star comes to The Haunt. Offering a welcome change from the pulsating, tinny world of pop music, Talib Kweli is guaranteed to offer some true hip-hop classics. 

by × October 27, 2014 ×