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The days might be drawing shorter and that unmistakable autumn chill creeping towards us, but Brixton-based producer Joe Hertz is here to stretch those summer twilights out just that little bit longer with the luscious Playing For You. With...
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When someone describe their music as being “a messy mind over raw, dark jazz grooves”, intrigue immediately kicks in and you really want to know what that sounds like. Even if you are a bit wary of what you’re...
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“So many people telling me I should be living easy” Summer is here and whilst 2016’s summer-months usher in the prevalence of factor–50, lurid green alcoholic mixers, and nostalgia-tinged internet-memes like Simpsonwave: it’s clear listening to London-based Aaron’s new...
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Speak with any resident of the Fine City of Norwich and more than likely they will point out there is more to it than Alan Partridge; or Mustard; or Delia. They would talk about its historical importance, the lanes,...
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It’s astonishing to listen to Joy Crookes’ debut single ‘New Manhattan ‘and think that the South London singer/songwriter is just seventeen years old. A beautifully understated slice of sultry R&B pop, ‘New Manhattan‘ is artful and controlled, yet manages...
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Hailing from North London, Fredwave gives us his fresh take on alternative soul with new song ‘Kno Betta’. The self-produced track is a hazy wave of electronics that are surrounded by his inimitable, unhibited and sometimes distorted anglicised voice....
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With their debut single ‘More Bad Celebrity Poetry,’ London outfit Jarbird showed that they weren’t afraid to take silence head on. While the track built up into a tender ballad over time, it never became overwrought with emotion and...
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There’s a mystery surrounding London duo The Masks. Their social media pages give relatively little information about them; but what’s clear is their propensity to make refreshingly soulful, moody R&B with just a little bit of that London vibe. Their...
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Suffolk-born Steven Kenneth Barker, better known as Mirror Signal, is the proud owner of a very impressive barnet. Oh, and he also happens to have the best voice you’ve never heard. Barker positions himself as a more R’n’B-infused version...


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