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Review: Jazz Re:freshed x Roundhouse Rising Festival with Triforce and Ayo Salawi & the Jazzadelics

A couple of weeks ago we slipped and slid through the snow our way to the Roundhouse to catch Triforce and carefully selected emerging talent from the London jazz scene, as part of a collaboration between Jazz Re:freshed x Roundhouse Rising festival. Spanning generations, genres and ideas, Jazz Re:freshed uncovers emerging talent, allowing you to […]

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Sunfall Festival, Brockwell Park Brixton – 09/07/16

Approaching the debut weekend of Sunfall festival, we take a look at some of what the weekend has to offer through both day and night. Hailing as a new festival for London, we see a spectrum of acts throughout saturday afternoon. The Yussef Kamaal Trio, Mister Saturday Night, Hunee and Moodyman are just a few acts to […]

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BADBADNOTGOOD announce new album titled ‘IV’

They’ve kept quite hush since the end of their last tour, now we know the reason. Announcing their next album, ‘IV’ a couple of days ago it seems we might be in for a treat once again.  Well then, with past collaborations beholding the likes of Odd Future, James Blake and (a whole album with) Ghost Face […]

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Culture Talks… Mickey Smith, founder of South London Soul Train and CLF Arts Cafe

We caught up with Mickey Smith, founder of the CLF art cafe and South London Soul Train to find out a little more about the journey toward making one of the most enjoyable and welcoming nights in the capital. To start us off, could you give a little background about yourself and what you do […]

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Mothers at Chats Palace, London

 Mothers swing by Chats Palace, London this week on Wednesday 18th May, for their ‘Reminding you not to bloom’ tour. A band hailing from Athens, Georgia; Mothers formed a while back and recently released their debut album titled ‘When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired‘.A lovely projection of soft and honest vocals over an equally […]

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Radiohead release new track ‘Burn the Witch’

If you had been looking in the right places over the weekend, you would have probably noticed some strange things happening with Radiohead’s online presence. A fade to white on their social media profiles and website was shortly followed by cryptic chirp on the bands instagram, followed by another intrigue earlier today. Burn The Witch appeared […]

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The Babe Rainbow – Debut EP

Just in time for the Aussie summer, The Babe Rainbow tripped out their debut EP back in September. Now its our turn for summer and what better soundtrack to help us on our way? Released through Flightless Records, the debut 12″ sold out in a matter of days at the end of last year – […]

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MHM003 – Folamour – Oyabun EP

Co founder of Moonrise Hill Material, Folamour brings us a fresh release swinging into the summer with some more French disco vibes. The EP takes us on a journey from the mountains of southern France with the opener ‘Novalaise’, a slow burner with a distant piano sample and a chugging baseline, taking us all the way through […]

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Max Graef & Glenn Astro – The Yard Work Simulator

What’s that resonating through the Dance Tunnel? The never disappointing collaboration between Max Graef & Glenn Astro continues… This time making it’s way across the channel, releasing ‘The Yard Work Simulator’ on Ninja Tune and bringing a fresh new groove to the label. Backed up by perfectly head-spaced artwork, nostalgic ‘Gran Turismo-esque’ synths we have come to love over the years, and […]

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Tala A.M. – Hot Koki Remixes courtesy of Africa Seven

Cameroon born Tala A.M. (or Tala Andre Marie) is presented to us with a fresh release of edits on Paris Label Africa Seven. Remixes of the track Hot Koki by Jkirv, EVM128, Ben Hauke and Peza give a new perspective on the 1973 track, which was first released on an album with the same name. As […]