Posted by Jenny 2012/11/08
CHECK OUT HEJIRA’S NEW RELEASE GYPSY OF THE SOUL HERE
AND THEIR WEBSITE AT THIS LINK
Posted by Jenny 2012/10/02
Click HERE to check it out!
Posted by Jenny
Rinse FM have released a series of short films to celebate their 18th birthday, documenting key moments in the history of the station and paying homage to artists who have collectively shaped and influenced the UK music scene. Check it out!
Posted by Jenny 2012/09/11
In anticipation of his new album, Until The Quiet Comes, Flying Lotus worked with director Kahlil Joseph on a short film of the same name. The breathtaking piece prominently features music from the album, which is due out October 2 on Warp. Watch Kahlil’s film at the link below.
Posted by Jenny 2012/08/29
VICE Films, in partnership with Snoopadelic Films, presents REINCARNATED. The documentary follows Snoop Dogg as he journeys to Jamaica to record an album with Diplo. While there, Snoop finds himself embraced by the Jamaican people, is positively impacted by Rastafarian culture, and becomes reincarnated as Snoop Lion.
Posted by Jenny 2012/08/12
CHECK OUT the video for Dusky’s new B side release “No More’. Directed by Sam McFadden.
Posted by Jenny 2012/07/07
Check out this interview with two of South London’s finest Joy Orbison and Boddika HERE
Joy Orbison (real name Peter O’Grady) burst on to the scene in 2009 with “Hyph Mngo” through Hotflush Recordings, a single that was notable for its ubiquity and striking singularity. Something almost immediately felt different about this artist—a belief that only deepened by what came after: No rushed sound-alike follow-up to “Hyph Mngo.” No online mixes. Barely any press presence. The Joy Orbison discography has developed at very much its own pace, with no 12-inches sounding quite the same—from the sputtering, sun-drenched garage of “J. Doe” to the woody, rolling house textures of “Wade In.”
As one half of Instra:mental, one third of Autonomic and solo as Boddika, these past few years have marked Al Green out as UK club music’s most restless innovator. Along with his partner in Instra:mental, Damon Kirkham (Jon Convex), and Darren White (dBridge) the collective “Autonomic sound” gave drum & bass its biggest shot in the arm in recent memory. But before anyone had the chance to properly absorb the scale of its impact, Instra:mental were on to the next thing. Or should we say next things. There was the deliciously cracky house of “Let’s Talk”; the pervy electro of “Voyeur”; the full-length expression of Resolution 653. Running parallel to all of this was his music as Boddika—put simply, some of the nastiest house, techno and electro ever committed to wax. READ MORE HERE
Posted by Jenny 2012/06/24
Check out this years England song by Lethal Bizzle HERE
Don’t miss England Vs Italy tonight at 7:45pm
COME ON ENGLAND!