Interview with DECO

DECO – Leading the 80’s inspired synth-pop sound – Debut EP Pop duo Deco are making waves right now. Following their hugely infectious songs Roam and Upside Down last year, the duo have made their mark and haven’t stopped there. We were able to listen to the London based duos first EP ahead of today’s… Read More »

Keable’s Man

Sasha Keable – Man   Keable’s most recent EP – Man released April this year captures the essence of a young woman’s diary brought to life. She has been on the music scene since her teens, having worked with the likes of English electronic band Disclosure on their house single ‘voices’ in 2013 – Keable… Read More »

Poet in da Corner review

From the seminal album that shaped parts of a 100,000 teenage-hoods “Boy in da Corner” comes “Poet in the Corner” by performance poet and Grime artist/exponent “Debris Stevenson”. Hailing from a Mormon family in London’s Seven Kings, she has taken her story to the stage at the Royal Court, and with artists in the audience… Read More »

ASTROWORLD – Album Review

On Travis Scott’s highly anticipated third album, the Houston rapper is at his most effective, giving room to his talented features and picking his spots more carefully than ever.   One of my favourite songs from the album is “No Bystanders” it starts with the harmony of Rae Sremmurd’s voices then smoothly transitions into the… Read More »

L.E.A – Emerging Artist

London/Los Angeles – based, up and coming female singer/rapper, L.E.A is certainly one to watch in 2018. She is one of UK’s most exciting prospects building her own lane her way. Confidently claiming her spot as a one to watch female artist, her creative visuals and soulful sound has found her voice in the RnB and… Read More »

Takes Not3s 2 Review

Right in time for the summer heat, Not3s drops his new EP, ‘Take Not3s II’ The follow-up to 2017’s album ‘Take Not3s’ arrives fittingly on July 13thvia Relentless Records/Sony Music UK. As expected with the London native, Not3s assembles a set of killer features and tracks for his latest project.   “There’s no such thing… Read More »

Smiles, Colours and Rainbows

Pride Festival London city is set to be a sea of rainbows and smiles over the weekend. Filled with colour and passion celebrating its 46th year this Saturday 7th of July. Wide range of arts to be performing such as Theatrical performances from the cast of West End show Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Aladdin, The… Read More »