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Mac has perfect lazy summer vibes

May 16th, 2014 | by Sophie Hadley

Anybody who has heard Canadian multi-instrumentalist Mac Demarco speak in interviews will quickly testify that he is a very unique (and not to mention, pretty eccentric) individual. [&hellip


Gig review: Sons of Kemet

March 3rd, 2014 | by Laure Fourquet

London fans were delighted to welcome home one of their own – MOBO-nominated jazz band, Sons of Kemet – as part of their tour to promote their debut album Burn.

Gig review: The Twang

March 2nd, 2014 | by Caroline Clastres

Caroline Clastres reviews the Twang as they make a comeback after two years of silence


Save the rave

February 26th, 2014 | by Phoebe White

Phoebe White asks why dance music has risen from the ashes, hit the charts and then failed, only to be resurrected once again and catapulted into the charts as a crazed 2013 phenomenon of fist pumping


Album review: Cut 4 Me

February 17th, 2014 | by Rosie Atkin

Kelela- the producer’s dream. Intelligent, with a vocal range to melt the most hardened of souls, this dreadlocked princess of new wave R&B has arrived from across the Atlantic


Celebrating 100 years of William S. Burroughs

February 17th, 2014 | by Caroline Jouinot

To celebrate William S. Burroughs' 100th anniversary of his birth on February 5, Guerrilla Zoo put together Interzone – an experiential immersive evening inspired by the life and works of the beat writer



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