JME talks a lot about himself in his songs. He “had a durag straight at birth” (‘96 F**kries’), his vegan diet includes “No meat, no cheese, no milk, no eggs” (‘Pulse 8’), and we even know his school history: he “went Welbourne, went St. Paul’s, went Winchmore then // Read More
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Everyone knows Stormzy. You know, the bloke that was on Sunday Brunch? Did that interview with Graham Norton once, makes grime music, but is also beloved by your gran, who thinks he ‘seems like a lovely chap’. What’s that, you haven’t heard of him? That’s a disaster, you’ve got // Read More
The originator himself, Wiley is widely regarded as the founder of grime, and the one who has done the most to ensure its continued existence. That being said, it doesn’t change the fact that he hardly ever performs anywhere he’s booked to play; Wiley once described himself as like the // Read More
AFROPUNK may have been held in New York since 2005, but last year was the first time it made the foray across the Atlantic, and into London. As much a political statement as a music festival, the event promises “an eclectic line-up and an audience as diverse as the acts they // Read More
Hatter’s back with an edgy new music video for his new, self-produced single ‘Backwards’. Featuring friends, Brighton musicians and a lot of facepaint, watch the full video here: The video was directed, shot and edited by Nuff Hungry.
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
‘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.
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