on Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Words: Saam Das


I was in Leeds earlier in the year for the excellent Live At Leeds festival, and that old "hotbed of musical talent" adage felt pretty appropriate. And lo, Leeds' latest and best musical offering has appeared, in the form of LUV. Listen to their sparkling debut track 'Loving Somebody' below.
on Tuesday, October 04, 2016
2016 BFI London Film Festival (various venues, 5-16th Oct '16) // Words: Saam Das


The 60th BFI London Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday October 5th, with the topically titled 'A United Kingdom'. We'll be along for the ride, and will be catching as many films as physically possible. Ahead of our spreadsheet-based wanderings from screen to screen, we thought we should highlight some of the most interesting music-based films to watch at the festival, which you can find alphabetically-listed below.
on Monday, October 03, 2016
Words: Saam Das


We don't usually feature much rap here on FG - it's not usually our bag. From time to time though, we can be swayed. And when one of my fave producers/mash up artists The Hood Internet is involved, the odds start to get better. Joined by Chicago rapper ShowYouSuck, what AIR CREDITS offers isn't necessarily something that easily fits into one genre - most importantly, we're into it.
on Friday, September 16, 2016
Words: Saam Das


It seems that New Zealander Thomston is gearing up for his debut album - one that I've been eagerly awaiting since I was somewhat mesmerised by a gentleman grooving to the producer's Great Escape performance. He had the right idea, and Thomston has plenty, as shown on new track 'Rocketfuel'.
Words: Saam Das


It seems that a debut solo album from Hannah Yadi isn't coming anytime soon - a shame for one of our 2013 ones to watch who we pegged as a future popstar after a series of top notch tracks and belting live performances. But she's not just been sitting around. Her latest project, Frank Gamble, emerged last year but has only just revealed her involvement in the hitherto mystery outfit.
on Saturday, September 03, 2016
Words Saam Das


Pretty much everyone with ears (or at least one ear) has been enjoying the evocative soundtrack to Netflix sci-fi thriller smash 'Stranger Things'. Oxford experimentalist Esther Joy Lane's latest offering, 'I Hope', is smothered in a moody outlook that would not appear out of place on the aforementioned collection of music.

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