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Album of the Month - August 2022

Kokoroko Could We Be More Brownswood Recordings The London-based octet continue to create real magic, translating their incredible live musicianship into an inspiring and intricate long…

In Profile: Keeping It In The Family

Alexa, play We Are Family by Sister Sledge...From star-crossed lovers to long-lasting happy families, close-knit siblings, identical twins and full-on bands of brothers, it is…

All Points East: Keeping the Community Dancing

"...the crowds we get at All Points East are some of the best, they’re up for a party come rain or shine!"After an incredibly…

Shoplifting

Shoplifting with NoSo

"Jubilee was probably one of my favourite records of 2021. It's so beautiful and bittersweet and accompanied by the book that she put out, it's so…

Label Focus

Label Focus: Ninja Tune and the rise of Black Country, New Road

"Black Country, New Road are not bound by genre and although Ninja had not traditionally operated in the rock world, their experimental nature and leftfield-leaning sound…

Album of the Month - July 2022

Wu-Lu LoggerheadWarp The Brixton multi-instrumentalist and producer leaves us shaken not stirred with his anticipated Warp Records debut. A sonic frenzy of moody electronica, hazy hip…

Label Focus: Ninja Tune

"I think even to be an independent label that is still able to remain fresh with ideas after 30 years, attracting some of the most exciting…

Recounting

Recounting: Opal by Batu

"I could never write music which wasn’t connected to Bristol in some way, it’s the bedrock of what I do. Having said that, I’…

Rough Trade Essential: Jazz

"Jazz is the big brother of Revolution. Revolution follows it around." - Miles Davis A bold counter-culture movement standing for freedom of expression. Originating in New…

Shoplifting with They Hate Change

"We feel like we come from the same place as Stereolab. No one where we are from is playing jungle, footwork, or any other genres that…