If Brighton label Tropopause are looking to take things to the stratosphere, they’re off to a flying start with Yakul.
This round up of their material so far adds another dimension to the band’s spritely sound and shows off their ability to pen an earworm in whatever guise.
A lot can change in four years and WHY?’s latest effort departs quite dramatically from the sound of Mumps.
The 22-year old West London MC ensures that the final show in the XOYO trilogy is one to remember, proving why he is currently turning a lot of heads.
"The record sees the Grammy nominated 21-year-old standing defiant against much of the online controversy she faced across 2016."
"Suddenly we have this big team around us and there are expectations in a way there wasn’t before."
Trim and Airhead talk about working together on this year's 1-800 Dinosaur release.
When P Money finally takes the stage, the mosh-pit explodes as he launches into ‘Panasonic’.
With the weight of a full rhythm section at their disposal, The Kills set the songs from Ash and Ice ablaze this evening.
‘I haven’t felt very talkative lately’ Stephen Steinbrink murmurs to the audience whilst his bassist takes in-between song chat duties.
Here's all the fun we had at End of The Road.
End Of The Road 2016 is almost upon us!
It is the will to experiment that makes this album significant as the resurgence in grime reaches newer heights in 2016.
"I think a good performer is able to have an image as well as a sound. I’m really influenced by Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust period. Even if you don’t like his music, you don’t forget the look."
Under the permanent blue stage light of the Old Blue Last, Methyl Ethel's melodies shimmer and warp like sunlight on water.
Their headline set is delivered with considerable ease, adding gravitas to their weighty riffs.
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