on Thursday, September 21, 2017
Words: Saam Das


The demise of South African upstarts Al Bairre last year was particularly upsetting - their uplifting sound and joyous live shows felt so primed for wider appeal that we can't help but feel that there's a sense of unfinished business. And perhaps Nicholas Preen from the band felt similarly, with a wonderfully evocative beginning to his new nicpreen guise.
on Monday, September 18, 2017
Words: Saam Das


Kofi Holmes Attivor is Mined. Mined apparently "sings things that warm his heart and break his heart in equal measure." A bittersweet sentiment imbued on recent electronica-meets-R&B single 'Girl', as you can discover below.
on Thursday, September 14, 2017
Words: Lauren Johnson-Ginn // BFI London Film Festival (4-15 Oct '17)


Public booking for the 2017 BFI London Film Festival opens this morning at 10am, with the festival itself kicking off on October 4th with Andy Serkis' directorial debut 'Breathe, starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, and scored by Nitin Sawhney. From the established to the more obscure, we've plucked ten of our most anticipated movies from the LFF's catalogue below.
on Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Bushstock Festival (10 June 2017, various venues across Shepherd's Bush) // Words: Saam Das


The Communion Records-run Bushstock Festival is only into its seventh year of running, yet feels like such a vital staple of the UK festival scene. The 2017 edition once again offered the usual Bushstock mix of upcoming artists and notable headliners, with The Staves and Nick Mulvey appearing. A much delayed review of the day follows.
on Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Words: Saam Das


We're approaching that time of the year when the "best of [insert year here]" lists come out and in light of this, we figured it would be a good time to also showcase some of the underexposed movies that might get missed off those lists. These films each made it to the big screen in the UK in 2017, but may have only been on a limited release.
on Tuesday, September 05, 2017
Words: Saam Das


Back in the seventies, Malmo FF were the dominant force of Swedish football, and were only denied European Cup victory in 1979 by Brian Clough's all-conquering Nottingham Forest. Now (for the purposes of this narrative, at least) it's upto Swedish duo Wy to make Malmo great again. They're on a decent path as new single 'You + I' demonstrates.

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