PLS DO NOT DISTURB. We're way too busy listening to this Majid Jordan [|] mini-mix/makin' babies. Light a candle, hit play and light someone's fire.
An old colleague of mine was a very large South African named Jumbo who had transplanted to London. He was tall and big and able to handle his drink. And smoke a bud or two. He was obsessed (in the right way) with reggae and spent plenty of time in Jamaica, setting up the Frontline label.
If you were in the market for some quality new music in your life then *insert praying hands emoji here* and all praise the month of July.
Sure streaming music has its advantages but does it really beat getting your fingers dusty digging in the crates finding wonderful and wacky records?
Unsurprisingly Lianne La Havas' Blood is an interesting listen - one that jaunts between the experimental and the classical. One thing is consistent, however, and that’s its physicality. More so than her first, Blood really comes to life, pulling on the heartstrings, moving the hips and placing butterflies in the stomach. In light of that, here are the different parts of the body that Lianne La Havas’ Blood runs through.
Not only are we currently loving Tame Impala's Currents, it also has us dusting off our Todd Rundgren albums.
6 things that could happen once the countdown on Gesaffelstein's website hits 00.00.00.00.000
Movies Killed The Radio Star: How Movie Soundtracks Are Making a Resurgence And Breaking Hit Singles
To celebrate the awesome lineup for 2015's Splendour in the Grass festival, we’ve put together a special edition of our award winning #literalbandnamepics series.
We got seasoned Splendour In The Grass attendees - the interns to put together a starter kit for everyone’s fave Australian music festival.
Ever since dropping his Soul Glitch EP last week, Daye Jack has been a constant fixture on our office stereo… BUT… what tunes has the man himself got on high