Interview With Ugly Frontman, Samuel Goater

Ugly are a four piece indie rock band from originally from Cambridge. They have an eclectic sound, with surf rock riffs, as well flamenco style rhythms. I talked with Samuel Goater who is the band’s frontman. Me and Sam met in a coffee shop, he was sat waiting with his legs crossed reading a slightlyContinue reading “Interview With Ugly Frontman, Samuel Goater”

DJ Jazzy Jeff’s House Party comes to Electric Brixton.

The hip hop icon is due to host his legendary house party on 12 April 2019, with a special set by UK’s rising R&B star Nao. Jazzy Jeff has built up a stir as having one of the best house parties around, gaining him an official London residency at Electric Brixton. With each party bringingContinue reading “DJ Jazzy Jeff’s House Party comes to Electric Brixton.”

Glen Hansard reveals new video for ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’

His new album ‘This Wild WIlling’ will also be out April 12th via Anti-Records. Glen Hansard has revealed the video for lead single ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’ from ‘This Wild Willing’, his fourth full-length album. The album is, according to PR, said to ‘Marry the sonic inventiveness of the best of his work in The Frames withContinue reading “Glen Hansard reveals new video for ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’”

Craig Finn announces new solo album ‘I Need A New War’

‘I Need A New War’ is to be released April 26 with Partisan Records. Partisan Records have announced the release of Craig Finn ’s new album, ‘I Need A New War’ arriving Friday, April 26th. Finn’s fourth solo LP is the third part of a trilogy after 2015’s Faith in the Future and 2017’s ‘We All WantContinue reading “Craig Finn announces new solo album ‘I Need A New War’”

Singer Dwight Trible shares cosmic cover of The Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’

Jazz vocalist – Dwight Trible has released his own version of the famous ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ originally performed by The Beatles. Bringing his own jazzy yet highly-cosmic twist to the famous psychedelic track, the singer has managed to make it his own, while staying somewhat true to the original song. With lots of improvisation andContinue reading “Singer Dwight Trible shares cosmic cover of The Beatles’ ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’”

Majid Jordan – The Space Between (Album Review)

Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman complete the Toronto duo Majid Jordan – a group who have grown with the guidance of being signed to Drake’s OVO label. This relaxed second album of theirs solidifies a pop-R&B groove we know as their own. A phrase like ‘The Space Between’ often refers to a period ofContinue reading “Majid Jordan – The Space Between (Album Review)”


Since her mainstream breakthrough in 2013 Charli XCX has quickly become one of the most interesting British pop stars of the decade. The last 12 months have been a new era for XCX her infamous Vroom Vroom EP resulted in her stealing the title of PC Music’s poster girl from Hannah Diamond. But unlike DiamondContinue reading “CHARLI XCX – NUMBER 1 ANGEL (MIXTAPE REVIEW)”


Following a year long break from social media, Ed Sheeran is back with a bang. Releasing two singles on one day in February – Castle On The Hill and Shape Of You – it’s clear to see that his sound is better than ever. On March 3rd he released third studio album, ÷. Here’s whatContinue reading “[ALBUM REVIEW] ED SHEERAN – ÷”