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AMPLIFY | BLACK ART I LOVE

WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO EDGINGTON FEATURED PHOTO | A TRIBE CALLED QUEST Black Lives Matter, no matter what. They do not matter just because they make music. So please don’t take this list as […]

BAND MERCH FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER

The black community needs your support. Nine artists are sharing the profits of their merch with Bail Funds, Legal Advice Charities and Food Banks. Here’s how to help. WORDS BY ALI GRICE RESEARCH BY […]

FONTAINE’S DC RELEASE NEW TRACK AND ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM

“A Hero’s Death delivers a chirrupy message of embracing fleeting moments of happiness whilst veiled in the caustic musicality of the Speedy Wunderground graduates.” WORDS BY ALI GRICE Cacophonous Irish punk outfit Fontaine’s D.C. […]

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NO PARKING

“His experimentation, alternative sound and approach is not merely a means to disguise a lack of real talent, but a truly creative and sincere artistic expression.” WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO-EDGINGTON NO PARKING is the […]

BACK TO THE STREETS | MIKE SKINNER RETURNS

WORDS BY ALISTAIR MILTON-SEALL Mike Skinner and The Streets are back. Now, two singles in with the eclectic and raucous Take Me As I Am featuring fellow Brum boy Chris Lorenzo, and the strangely […]

AN INTERVIEW WITH JOSIAH KONDER

WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO-EDGINGTON FEATURED PHOTOGRAPH BY ED GUMUCHIAN The Copenhagen ensemble Josiah Konder create timeless, reflective music that expresses life in all its disparate shades. They have released two albums, 2018’s Songs for […]

WHY DO WE LOVE BILL CLINTON SWAG?

WORDS BY ALI GRICE In a world where isolation is the new normal, troves of young adults are spending more time than usual on their smartphones and thus numerous Instagram challenges are seeping their […]