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The Mint Magazine New Music Podcast

Our new music podcast featuring tracks from Carousels, Wild Belle, Joey Fourr, Haim, Lust for Youth and One Circle

Mint Magazine’s Harrowing Halloween Mix

It’s Halloween. We’ve got make up on. We had a load of music laying around. We made a mix. Enjoy.

Mint Magazine New Music Podcast

The Mint Magazine New Music Podcast returns for a second series after a 4 month absence. Hosts Ian James and Marcus Harris kick off the new series with a look back over our favourite tracks and albums of 2012 so far…

Skinning the Record Store Day ebay Resellers

This is a shout out to all those who go to Record Store Day, buy everything up and then chuck it all on ebay at a massive profit. I hope you die slow.

Mint Magazine Podcast #14: SXSW Special

A SXSW special podcast featuring some of the best stuff we saw/missed in Austin including Suckers, Haim, Mozart’s Sister, Zambri and some other treats too…

SXSW Day 2: Checkmate

Day two of SXSW. We catch Hooray for Earth, Suckers and Future of the Left, and manage to miss pretty much everything else.

Mint Magazine Podcast

This week’s podcast with gems from Grobbie, Dark Sky, Sun Glitters, I ching, Savages and more.

Mint Magazine Podcast #12

Our weekly podcast with tonnes of new music and witty chat.

Mint Magazine Podcast #11

The weekly podcast from Mint Magazine, rammed full of new music.

Seven Deadly: Options for Valentines Day

Here are seven scenarios for how your Valentine’s day may play out.


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ART.

Geneviève Bjargardottir.

OK, so we ripped on Iceland (it was a joke) a little while ago during the whole volcano disaster, but we've been reacquainted with our love for the country that…

INTERVIEW.

In talks with|CODA*

Anthony Mortarelli recently hooked up with the awesome London based live dubstep act that is CODA. Deep horns, filthy basslines and dirty rhythms make up this incredible live performance. …

MIXTAPES.

Then & Now – The Spivs.

THEN GG Allin – Public Animal No.1 EP We love GG but this is the only record of his you really need to buy, it’s 5 early songs from when…