O’Hara is a duo made up of Laurence and Denma O’Hara that are based between London and LA. Their debut self titled EP is unlike anything that I have heard before. Bringing together elements of Hip Hop, Jazz, spoken word and psych to form something rather unique. The EP makes Continue Reading
It’s hard to escape the obvious similarities to Plan B (before he became a Soul singer), but Sami Switch is more than a tribute act. There is a level of incomparable depth to Sami’s music that cannot be found in many of his rapping cohorts. As well as singing and Continue Reading
Gotta love this guy’s lyrics, his music is hard not to like. “Search Party” is out now on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify. If George was a politician I’d vote for him! Directed by Niall Coffey.
Having released released their debut EP, Dinner Will Be Served, earlier this year on Naughty Boy’s record label; Chasing Grace are back. The duo are joined by the widely acclaimed talents of George The Poet for, “Around Here”, the latest release from the EP. You can download the EP now Continue Reading
Catherine Martindale’s delivery came as a surprise, although the clue was probably in the band’s name! Poeticat’s first released of 2013, “Centre Of The Concrete Square” is a curious mix of genres including Dub, Spoken Word and Punk that works wonderfully well! Poeticat release their Double A side single “Kind Continue Reading
Tune! “I’ll Take Care of U” was directed by Jamie James Medina and AG Rojas. iTunes | Amazon
Gil and Jamie’s collaboration, We’re Here Now, is something that I’m looking forwards to after hearing this and “I’ll Take Care of U”.. Amazon | Play.com
WOW! As if the Adele Remix wasn’t enough Jamie xx unleashes this gem! The best thing is that Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie xx have an album coming out, We’re New Here. It’s available to Pre-Order now from their website..
Here’s a new video from renowned poet Gil Scott-Heron for his new single, “I’m New Here”, directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. The video differs from the average music video as it contains live sound from the artists performance. The directors wanted to keep the video “simple; no messing, Continue Reading