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Posts Tagged George Shaw

BUTTON EYES

South London’s 184 is one of the most talked about producers on the UK Hip-Hop scene. So I read anyway. One quick listen to his work on ‘A Fever’, the latest track from London based musical collective Button Eyes...

NEUE YORK

There’s not much to say about Neue York, really. Apart from the fact they’re neue, there’s three of them (two boys and a girl), they’re from London and, probably, like New York. With so little information, we can get...

RHODRI BROOKS

There’s nothing of real beauty I could produce from a kitchen, I think. Well, apart from that one delicious Pancake Cannelloni I made that time. For that reason alone I’m incredibly impressed with Cardiff’s Rhodri Brooks, who managed to...

HOLY MILK

‘Born And Die’, the latest track from London fortet Holy Milk is something quite special and fully deserving of your attention. There’s something magical about this track, yet I can’t quite put my finger on what it is. Eerie,...

DARLIA

Darlia have been dubbed as “the most exciting new guitar band in the UK” by Radio 1′s Nigel Harding, apparently. While rattling through ‘Napalm’, you can almost feel yourself getting swept up in that hype. Almost. Loved by Zane...

COUSIN MARNIE

The latest track to drop from London vocalist Cousin Marnie is a thrilling reworking of the Carter Family classic ‘You’ve Been Fooling Me Baby’. It’s an interesting, perhaps bold, step to take on a track so ingrained in its...

BATTLE LINES

In calling themselves Battle Lines, today’s Tipping Point tip have perfectly summed up their latest offering, I feel.  ‘Colonies’, the latest track from the Leeds based quartet, seems to be fraught with inner conflict. A blistered lullaby, packed with clashing...

SOPHIE JAMIESON

As a young boy, my friend Nathan would often mistake the lyrics to ABBA’s seminal, Eurovision winning, pop classic Waterloo. Instead of the original’s nods to Napoleon’s surrender, over the chorus Nathan would sing “what a loo”, as if...

HEJIRA

If you happen to remember those dreary Dove adverts from the early 90’s the chances are you’re more than familiar with Litmus Tests. If, by some chance, you’re lucky enough to have escaped those ads, outside of dipping strips...

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