on Sunday, September 22, 2019
Words: Saam Das


Interestingly, Hull quintet Low Hummer took their name from a previous track in their old La BĂȘte Blooms guise. With debut single/synth juggernaut 'Don't You Ever Sleep' coming out this past week, we're excited about their future. Particularly as it's been released on the celebrated Dance To The Radio label.
on Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition (Design Museum, London) // Words: Saam Das // Photos: Ed Reeve


Twenty years on from his passing, a touring exhibition celebrating visionary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick has finally arrived in the UK, his adopted home. Raised in New York, Kubrick moved to Hertfordshire in the 1970s, living there until his death in 1999. The UK would become not just a base for his family but also for his work, and Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition at London’s Design Museum appropriately delves into his particularly close relationship with the city.
on Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Annika Rose promotional photo 2019

Billie Eilish's trail-blazing efforts as seventeen year old will hopefully be inspiring a new generation of talent in years to come. For now, she's followed by a whole class of excellent upcomers, many of whom have initially established themselves on YouTube. Exhibit A: LA teen Annika Rose, and her distinctive debut single, 'In The End'.
on Monday, September 09, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Oh Wonder promotional photo 2019

'Hallelujah' by name, hallelujah by nature - Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West (whose projects Jose Vanders and We The Wild both saw love from these pages in the past) have returned with a deliriously good new single. The first offering from their Oh Wonder team-up since 2017's 'Ultralife' album, watch the 'La La Land'-esque video for 'Hallelujah' below.
on Wednesday, September 04, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Jack Blonde promotional photo

Charitably speaking, we're entering the last throngs of summer, and Jack Blonde's freshly squeezed debut track 'JUICE' captures some of the sun-kissed nature that characterises the season. So fresh, in fact, that when we stumbled upon this new project, we were the very first to 'like' their Facebook page. Perhaps you might be interested in also becoming an early Jack Blonde adopter?
on Monday, September 02, 2019
Words: Saam Das


Following an unexpected hiatus in 2016, London quartet Bombay Bicycle Club announced a return at the start of 2019 - consolidated now, with the unveiling of their return single, 'Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)'. With frontman Jack Steadman and bassist Ed Nash launching solo projects, as Mr Jukes and Toothless respectively, this moment may never have come. But we're super pleased that it has.

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