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Californian guitars, skateboarding and the sounds of the desert: Tommy Guerrero

I came across this short and sweet video by an California-based artist called Tommy Guerrero last week that takes you deep into the American west. The video features some beautiful cinematography by director Jeremy McNamara that captures the desert in a series of simple but beautiful moving images. The song itself is the soundtrack to…


A band dressed like trees. What’s not to like about Snapped Ankles?

The London four-piece post-punk band that calls themselves “Snapped Ankles.” They dress up like trees on stage and they produce records under the “Leaf” label. Most recently, their adopted warehouse habitat has been put under threat by the property developers…

Klaves brings us some chilled out beats

Here’s a smooth little banger for you to sip to. It’s called “People” and it was created by Polish DJ and producer, Mikołaj Gramowski (aka Klaves). From an early age Gramowski was a student of music; influenced by his parent’s…

August 2019 Mixtape

Happy August everybody. This month we have an extended mixtape which is filled with two hours of songs that were posted to the blog last month. You can think of this mix like an old school mixtape that has an…

Music Radar


Reclaiming Cowboy Culture: Orville Peck in Calgary

A compelling artist must not only be an adept musician, but a visual spectacle — and there is certainly no denying Orville Peck‘s intoxicating visual aura. Following his performance in Calgary on May 23rd, Peck solidified his reputation as a…

Chalo Correia at Chapitô in Lisbon

Another mesmerising night of live music at the circus school, Chapitô, nestled under the ancient fort in the heart of Lisbon. And another chance to let the music do the talking on my behalf, about this charming & charismatic music…


Espírito Nativo at Chapitô in Lisbon

Delighted to be bringing you another live performance from Lisbon – an intimate, largely acoustic affair that was well-worth writing home about: Espírito Nativo. This sort of gig just doesn’t really exist in London – well, maybe it does, but…

Clan of Xymox descends upon Dickens Pub

Think of the term “Gothic Rock” and Dutch-born darkwave collective Clan of Xymox doesn’t immediately come to mind. It’s been nearly four decades since the inception of the band, which happened to coincide with the rise of Goth subcultures in…

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