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Music By: Summers Sons

Music By: Summers Sons

by Andy Renton September 14, 2018

This week we're featuring laid-back beats and rhymes duo Sommers Sons. They are Turt (Rhymes) and Slim (beats) who are biological brothers from London now living in Bristol. 
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Music By: Yemen Blues

Music By: Yemen Blues

by Andy Renton September 06, 2018

This weeks music is by Yemen Blues with Ravid Kahalani. Yemen Blues is an astonishing musical concept that resides at the crossroads of traditional Yemenite melodies and the world of funk, blues, and jazz.
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Designer Focus: Paola Vilas

Designer Focus: Paola Vilas

by Andy Renton September 04, 2018

Brazilian jewellery designer Paola Vilas creates jewellery akin to modernist art sculptures, inspired by notable members of the art world including Picasso, Guggenheim, and Matisse.

 

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Music by: Sly One

Music by: Sly One

by Josh Ledger August 27, 2018

Just in time for Notting Hill Carnival, Bristolian trio Sly One are bringing the heat with their latest EP Flute Fire on Redlight's Lobster Boy Records.
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Music By: The Internet

Music By: The Internet

by Andy Renton August 22, 2018

This week was jamming to The Internets Album they released in July of this year. They are an Odd Future steal away that set up around 2014 and have been realising this smooth R'n'B sound consistently since. Its a great album for a mid-week listen. Check it out. 
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Music By: Mac Miller

Music By: Mac Miller

by Alex Brewster August 16, 2018

Mac Miller is a bit of a guilty pleasure for us, from KIDS mixtape we trundled down to Shepards Bush Empire to watch him along with all the other 14-year-old screaming girls. He's been in an out of our radar, but this latest album swimming is fucking sound. Check it out. 
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Photography: Rory Langdon-Down

Photography: Rory Langdon-Down

by Alex Brewster August 13, 2018

Rory Langdon-Downs photographs of his cycling trip from NY to Montreal could have been taken any time in the last 40 years, the style and environment of upstate new york towns seem to be stuck in a time warp but in a comforting way, intriguing way. 
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Why Burning £28m Worth of Burberry is a Good Thing

Why Burning £28m Worth of Burberry is a Good Thing

by Josh Ledger July 31, 2018

Burberry annual reports reveal that the fashion giant destroyed £28 million of its excess fashion and cosmetic products.
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Mix of the Week

Mix of the Week

by Alex Brewster July 26, 2018

This weeks Mix is from Cammy Chochrane in from Edinburgh paying a mix of new wave, acid, ambient, punk and jazz. Its a real mixed bag but as ever Cammy puts it together fantastically. 
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Weekly Listening Post

Weekly Listening Post

by Alex Brewster July 24, 2018

This week we have been jamming to Ben Haukes Lo-fi house from Illford, London. He's released a body of tracks last week called Only Old on Far Out Records and it's fucking great.
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Weekly Listening Post

Weekly Listening Post

by Andy Renton July 06, 2018

A couple of people making waves in this synthy guitary sound, a defintely urban indie jazz type sound that filling venues and sounds pretty nice to the ear. Puma Blue, Cosmo Pyke and this man Bakar.
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Artist Focus: Nai Ekanem

Artist Focus: Nai Ekanem

by Andy Renton July 03, 2018

A couple of months ago we caught up with Nia Ekanem. When we first met him he was busking in Camden, we had a chat he came over to tell us more about what he's up to take a walk down the canal with him.  

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