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Interview: PYJÆN – A South-East London Anthem (March 2020)

PYJÆN are a five piece London based jazz-fusion band that write music with that in-the-moment live feel.  They are releasing a new track “PJFC” from their second EP on 2nd April and this is a banger of a tune. They are ready to lift your mood out of lockdown blues...

Bandcamp’s Fundraiser Special (Friday 20th March 2020)

It doesn’t happen everyday that online music platforms champion the cause of musicians, but Bandcamp has showed us, more than once, to be different from the vast majority of music platforms. Today (until 11.59PM Pacific Time), to support all the artists affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oakland-based company will...

Album Review: Chassol – Ludi [Tricatel; March 2020]
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Album Review: Chassol – Ludi [Tricatel; March 2020]

French composer and musician Christophe Chassol, who has collaborated with Frank Ocean and Solange, has become known for “ultrascore”, a musical technique that can be thought of as harmonising reality. Ludi (released on 6th March 2020 via Tricatel) is his latest effort applying this technique, as he continues to draw...

Album Review: Let Drum Beat – Lua Cheia [February 2020]
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Album Review: Let Drum Beat – Lua Cheia [February 2020]

Let Drum Beat’s debut album –  Lua Cheia – was recorded in the Navegas Cantareira Studio housed within a tropical forest in Brazil. The London based all female group consisting of Alba Cabral, Béa Shantifa, Lizzie Ogle and Tuca Milan have created an album that is charming and simmering with...




London Gig Guide (March 2020)

At times, we are the first to lose track of how many exciting music events happen in London each month, so we have decided to offer you some sort of “public musical service”, meant for all the locals and passers-by, with the aim of suggesting where to listen to some...

Preview: Princess Nokia @ EartH (London; Friday 20th March 2020)

Princess Nokia is a perfect representation of contemporary hip-hop, and a wonderful fixture of feminist rap. Representing perhaps an anti0-movement because Princess Nokia brought back – or perhaps invented – emo rap, she’s a Puerto Rican American and she sings about not conforming to gender ideas. She takes her intersectional...










Preview: Mungo’s Hi-Fi @ Phonox (London; Wednesday 4th March 2020)

Since 2000, Mungo Hi-Fi has been redefining the concept of soundsystem by bringing it back to basics using techniques such as  mixing, blending, stretching and manipulating the canonical dub, dancehall and reggae vibes with global influences. Throughout the 20 years of its uptempo career, the Glaswegian crew has taken its sounds...

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