Tag Archives: MUSIC.
Young Colossus is a stunning new art andmusic collaboration project masterminded by Orlando Weeks of The Maccabees. The project is a 6 song soundtrack accompanied by a 24 page illustrated book detailing a story between a gentle appearing giant and a girl, through different adventures in a dreamy organic appearing environment. The soundtrack, written by Orlando Weeks, produced by Nic Nell and illustrated by Rob Hunter, also features additional vocals from Alessi Laurent-Marke of ‘Alessi’s Ark’.
Soothing and stimulating at the same time – hip hop blended jazz with electronic frosting and sprinkles of just about anything; the music of Robert Glasper satiates just about any musical appetite – and, is truly beautiful.
True music, the kind that has a life of its own and just seems bigger than you or anything you’ve known, can be entirely intoxicating. And producer/ dj/ host/ all-round superman of the UK scene The Last Skeptik is a musician who seems to me to be crazy drunk on music.
Soundwave festival is rapidly approaching and were supper excited about that, because we’ll be heading over to Croatia to cover the festival for those of you that aren’t going, it’s a tough life….Recently we had a quick chat with one of the incredible bands performing at this years festival, Sweden’s fantastic Little Dragon……
“I had to try a little harder to win over the Kele audiences. His demographic is mainly white indie boys who were up for a massive rave whilst they were confronted with camp jaunty pop songs….”
Fancy Mike is from the Midwest of the ol’ U.S of A. I didn’t know there was much beat music coming out of those ends, but Mike’s been jamming slick as rick hip-hop beats, and juicy trip hop numbers for the past few years.
The BoardRoom is a classic example of what happens when great minds come together and create ideas, In a nutshell its a small town Skate,Music & Art store in a town called Dorking, sort of wedged nicely in-between London and
Get people are three guys from London creating some of the best marimba/bongo banging dance music in the world. Surprisingly none of them ever played in a Korn cover band.
Sporting better hair than At The Drive In and incorporating xylophones and what sounds like a distorted accordion (but is probably a guitar) in to your songs, while being totally awesome at the same time is not easy, trust me I’ve tried.
Hey, are you a fan of reverbed out vocals over tight hi-hats and fuzzy guitars? Because if so Violens are the band for you.