on Monday, October 12, 2015
Words: Lauren Johnson-Ginn

on Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Words: Saam Das

"I'm not your usual, you see" opens AOSOON's latest track, 'Under', which is actually rather appropriate - we wouldn't usually be featuring a song that actually dates back a couple of years. But this fine effort leads a self-titled new EP, 'Alot Of Something Out of Nothing', and comes with an impressive new video. A O, let's go.
on Tuesday, October 06, 2015
BFI London Film Festival (7-18 Oct '15) // Words: Lauren Johnson-Ginn & Saam Das

The BFI London Film Festival returns to its familiar surroundings this week, and we have ten of our most anticipated films to share with you. Read more of our thoughts and click on the film titles below for further information, and find out about last minute ticket availability via the BFI website.
on Monday, October 05, 2015
Words: Saam Das

We were rather impressed with 'Strange Paradise', the anthemic opening salvo from Baltimore duo Youth Warrant. Now a South Californian trio, they've expertly managed to eclipse their previous good work with sparkling new single 'Shake'.
on Sunday, October 04, 2015
Words: Maxamillian John

You might have made the mistake of thinking that Maya Marie, former lead singer of Sohodolls, had given up years ago because there were no more soundscapes left to conquer. But she didn’t, and there were! In between co-writing 'Beat Of My Drum' for Girls Aloud alumnus Nicola Roberts, and Kelsey Ellison’s 'Pom Pom' and 'BOOM BOOM’, she also released her own solo and non-onomatopoeic songs 'Play My Way' and 'Open Checkbook'.
on Thursday, October 01, 2015
Words: Saam Das

I caught Josh Idehen in his Benin City outfit at the London Jazz Festival a couple of years back, impressive in their support slot for SPOEK. His latest project is HUGH, a London quartet also featuring Izzy Brooks, Andy Highmore, and Tino Kolarides. Stylish yet substantial, new single 'Learn To Fall' is perhaps their best work to date.

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