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Brooklyn Bowl, London 27/08/15
We'll get something in the diary soon
It’s no secret that Grimes is a big supporter of other artists on the come-up. Just take a look at the Canadian electronic pop singer/songwriter/producer’s Twitter or Soundcloud habits and you’re sure to spot authentic support for other independent musicians that the genre-bending artist finds fascinating, through the likes of link shares and shout-outs. [read more]
With the amount of music he has released in the first nine months of 2015, and more on the way, it is amazing that Nathan Williams even has time to breathe. As of this writing, Williams, primarily of Wavves fame, has already released 31 songs in 2015, with eight more due out by October 2 when Wavves releases their greatly anticipated fifth studio LP, aptly titled V. [read more]
When I call Angel Deradoorian, a few days in advance of the release of her debut solo LP The Expanding Flower Planet, she is staying in Virginia with her sister. She has recently decamped there from Los Angeles, where she lives and also wrote and recorded the album, to get practicing with her sibling to take the album on the road. [read more]
It had occurred to me and Patrick Stickles at the end of our hour-long interview that we didn't talk too much about The Most Lamentable Tragedy. However, to understand the deep emotionality and storyline behind the gargantuan record, it's useful to just listen to the guy. [read more]
Elliphant isn't reluctant to acknowledge her flaws, but she's not hesitant to still call herself a role model either. Grit is human. The cycle is relatable. And so is the need for it to end. [read more]
Following our recent interview with Sinkane's Ahmed Gallab regarding the Atomic Bomb! Band, touring and Mean Love, we sent Alexandra Waespi to check out the band's performance at the David Byrne-curated Meltdown Festival. [read more]
Following last week's Meltdown Behind The Scenes photo feature with Jonny Greenwood, we sent photographer Stuart Leech to photograph Lonnie Holley and Alexis Taylor at Queen Elizabeth Hall. [read more]
Our photographer Micaela Mclucas spent some time with Gwilym Gold at St Pancras Old Church and took these Behind The Scenes photos. [read more]
Harry Hall drank your milkshake and went to Royal Festival Hall to take the Behind The Scenes photographs of Jonny Greenwood's live orchestral working from his There Will Be Blood soundtrack. [read more]
The 405 headed to the beautiful city of Gothenburg and all we took were these lousy photos with Photo Editor Tim Boddy's medium format camera. [read more]
We catch up on the phone while she's driving back to the airport to head back to America and talking to her, you could be forgiven for thinking she's a lot older than she is and there's moments where she displays a maturity way beyond her 20 years but ultimately, she's having a good time with her work... [read more]
This time it's Slick Shoota in Oslo, Norway's capital city, who gets his mixtape together during Oya Festival, finishing it up to debut at the festival after-party.
Made Violent give us an insight into their crazy world with their 360 degree video for 'Wasted Days'
The video for the minute-long jam depicts Dean Blunt going to meet his weed dealer.
Her debut EP White Magic Spells is due out on October 9th.
His debut LP Paradise Royale is set to drop soon.
Directed by Dimitri Basil, the video lists a number of odd phenomena and illnesses, including Stendhal syndrome, Capgras syndrome, and the malignant hum.
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