Monthly Archives: June 2010

Single of the Week: I Blame Coco – Self Machine

The name Coco Sumner may not mean anything to high percentage of music fans yet when they…


By Martyn Young
on 30th Jun 2010
in Music

John Robinson & Lewis Parker: International Summers

The unusual, but ideal pairing of New Jersey’s John Robinson and London’s Lewis Parker..


By Daniel Barker-Wyatt
on 29th Jun 2010
in Music

Art Review: Cornelia Parker – Doubtful Sound

Parker’s extravagant use of everyday objects to comment on physicality, matter..

Interview: Los Campesinos!

Welsh twee pop outfit Los Campesinos have a healthy and vibrant buzz around them at the moment.

A Good Bit of Trunk Rattling Bass: The Arrival of False Priest

Today the release date, tracklisting and album art of False Priest have finally been revealed…


By Charles MacDonald-Jones
on
in Music

Review: The Roots – How I Got Over

The Roots are a band instantly recognisable to hip-hop, having perfected the use of a live band..


By Daniel Barker-Wyatt
on
in Music

Interview: Zane Lowe

Arguably one of the most powerful and well respected men in music, Zane Lowe is much more than the ‘BBC Radio 1 DJ with a funny accent’.

The Funkiest Girl In Metropolis

To tie Janelle Monáe down to a particular genre would be difficult. In fact, more than that – it would be unjust.


By Charles MacDonald-Jones
on
in Music

Interview: Goldheart Assembly

They were the first band in ‘many years’ to record a live session for BBC Radio 1’s Steve Lamacq..

Hove Festival Tip: JJ

Little is known about Swedish dream-pop outfit jj, no myspace, few photographs and even fewer interviews