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“End of Level Boss Music” – REVIEW

“End of Level Boss Music” – REVIEW

“What are you playing?” “Errr, Zelda, Tetris… That’s kind of a big question” First things first: what a joy to listen to, this is great stuff from Mylo Stone and Percy Filth. It’s a very diverse album lyrically and production-wise, it ranges from calmer tracks like “Night Stalker”, to downright // Read More

by × June 25, 2013 ×

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Boomtown Fair 2013 – Preview

Boomtown Fair 2013 – Preview

Later this summer (August 8TH–11TH), Winchester’s Matterly Estate is once again the location for the Boomtown Fair, a unique, colourful and simply brilliant festival now entering its fifth year. This we’ll see the likes of Toots & The Maytals, Serial Killaz and Gypsy Hill rocking the fair over the weekend.

by × May 18, 2013 ×

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SplitProphets & Jman – 08/02/13 – Cellar Door

SplitProphets & Jman – 08/02/13 – Cellar Door

Angry, gritty, and energetic are three words which could be used to describe Bristol-based UK hip-hop collective SplitProphets. When emcees Datkid, Res and Upfront turned up at Exeter’s Cellar Door last Friday alongside DJ’s Badhabitz, Fingerfood and fello Brisolian lyricist Jman for a night of live hip-hop and cyphers, it // Read More

by × February 15, 2013 ×

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The Four Owls – 07/02/13 – The Cavern

The Four Owls – 07/02/13 – The Cavern

Who said UK hip hop was dead? Just look to the skies. On Wednesday 6th of February UK hip hop collective The Four Owls descended upon the intimate gig space of Exeter Cavern, armed to the teeth with beats, mics and bars to spit. Brought down for the first time this // Read More

by × February 8, 2013 ×

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FS&HG: ‘Want To Be’ – Review

FS&HG: ‘Want To Be’ – Review

Just over a month after the release of their second E.P, Frankie & Harvey drop their newest single ‘Want to Be’ to keep us on our toes. With the momentum still gathering  from the release of ‘Paid to List£n’, this track feels like the finishing touch for the successful year // Read More

by × December 17, 2012 ×