We sat down with London dance outfit The Umlauts at End Of The Road Festival to dig deeper into their new EP. Continue reading The Umlauts balance “the playful and emotional” as they expand their sonic framework.
Two minutes before the band burst onto the stage, something eerily similar to air-raid sirens starts blaring. Continue reading “Sleep? At Night?” A journey into the neon-lit, alternate universe of Fat Dog.
Dash the Henge records is the brainchild of Tim Harper, Nathan Saoudi and the talent agent Rebecca Prochnik. Continue reading Dash the Henge: The Camberwell record store and community ally to outsider artists.
A forward-thinking new music festival, a portal into Rotterdam’s sweeping streets and historic waterways. Continue reading Rotterdam’s Left Of The Dial resets the standards for new music exploration.
On the eve of the release of her debut EP, we caught up with Ellie Bleach. Continue reading “I’ve Never Written an Optimistic Song in my Life”: The Extended Universe of Ellie Bleach
Hauntology, Luton, chart success and working with Ross Orton. Continue reading “People are angry about the state of this country” – In deep with dance trio Regressive Left.
We take a look at the interactions between music and poetry in
London’s underground culture. Continue reading London By any Means: Between the City’s Music and Poetry Scenes
Their debut LP is delicate and confessional, as entertaining as it is expressive. Continue reading “We don’t want to make the same record twice” – Honeyglaze reshape the framework of pop.
Moving from Brazil to London, alone, at 18, traveling 5,500 miles with the express purpose of forming a band, Continue reading Children of the Pope: An Odyssey from Brazil to Brixton.
You must go and see them, live, in person and as soon as possible. Remember always, the urgency of fun. Continue reading Fat Dog: “Ecstasy Beyond All Bounds”.
A non-profit label for artists, launched by artists Continue reading Eccentronic Research Council launch for artist-friendly label and share electronic compilation.
We caught up with Pozi ahead of the release of their new EP and upcoming UK tour. Continue reading No to love songs, yes to political engagement, but there’s more to London trio Pozi than meets the eye.