This week we're championing Matt Maltese, a South London crooner hailing from Reading originally. NME described him in the same sentence as Tom Misch, coining the term Schmaltz Rock for this kind of sound. We think that's kind of bollocks. Read More
Part psychology, part imagination, art darkness Toni Hamel's paintings caught our eye recently after reading a bit of intense Jean-Paul Satre. Read More
Desta's another London talent hot on the lips of the London R&B, Soul / Jazz scene. Refreshing lyrics and brave samples of some Hip Hop greats - Souls of Mischief - 93 Til' Infinity, Soul Child to name a few. Read More
This week we've been delving into our Dads' stoner rock collection and found some absolutely beauties. These guys called Leaf Hound, that first released music at the turn of the 60's got our attention. An album called Growers of Mushrooms that has become a rareity in the vinyl world fetching up to £5000 for copies.
Here's just a few of our favourite rooftop bars in London we’ll be hitting up over the season. Read More
We've been following these for quite a while, they are releasing excellent music, their new body of work is a wavey, head nodding set of class tracks. Captain and the Purple Lady being one of our favourites. Read More
Who do we think we are, talking art. A slice of culture for the uncultured. This time its Ryan Hewett. A Francis Bacon of the contemporaries. First introduced to us by Joe Kennedy at Unit London.
This is the second year of throwing a series of two rooftop parties during the summer, its an opportunity for us to open up the house and run it as a shop for the day, invite other traders down selling art, prints, jewels and other things. We have a bar downstairs, alongside the market and live music and DJ's upstairs on the roof. Read More
This week we are listening to Total Giovanni, coming out of nowhere in the last few years to big streaming tracks, it'sfunky, sometimes 4 on the floor disco kicks and Talking Heads-esque vocals. Looking forward to these coming to the UK from Melbourne in the near future. Read More
The equivalent of 6 million trees are thrown out after Christmas in the form of wrapping paper and single-use card packaging, but there are a few things we can do to minimise our paper wastage this festive season. Read More