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Once a wonder-kid and now a wonder woman, Lorde reigns on with the release of her new single ‘Green Light’ from her eagerly anticipated new album, Melodrama. Having spent 18 months working on the record with jitter synth king, Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff, this track marks the beginning of “the story of the last 2 wild, […]
T he sixth cut is the deepest for Keaton Henson as Kindly Now bears witness to the indie folk singer lamenting his lost loves, the loneliness of lyricism and his legacy. His penchant for crafting very minimal guitar and piano arrangements to accompany his hushed, warbled crooning is still at the forefront of this follow up […]
Over the past 5 years, Ben Cooper aka Radical Face’s Family Tree trilogy has taken the Florida-based artist on a climb through the charts as well as the foliage. Cooper’s journey began in his family’s backyard shed in Jacksonville where he crafted his DIY aesthetic on his minimalist first record The Roots in 2011 before […]
The heritage of protest music is nothing like its legacy. Recently, a BBC Radio 1 article asked ‘Is Protest Music Dead?’ listing the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Enter Shikari and Hozier as just some of the acts still dedicated to inspiring social change through their music. But where was Pussy Riot? The punk girl […]