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Allen Stone live at Village Underground, London | Review
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Allen Stone live at Village Underground, London | Review

April 2nd, 2014 | by April Brown
Allen Stone, the self proclaimed “hippy with soul,” graced London’s Village Underground on March 24th, during the UK leg of his second European tour since the release of his debut album in...
Public Enemy bring the noise to KOKO London
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Public Enemy bring the noise to KOKO London

July 29th, 2013 | by Shaun Cronin
Upon arrival, one look around the sold out crowd at KOKO, London confirmed one thing – Public Enemy bring people together like no other hip-hop group has before or since. Ageing b-boys, punk rockers, metal heads and hip-hop...
Chrisette Michele – Better | Album Review
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Chrisette Michele – Better | Album Review

July 23rd, 2013 | by Ammar Kalia
Much has changed for Chrisette Michele in the three years since her last release; she has admitted to developing an addiction to unhealthy food and gaining 40 pounds in the process, leading her to delve deeper into her conflicted...
Eric Lau – One Of Many | Album Review
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Eric Lau – One Of Many | Album Review

July 22nd, 2013 | by Ammar Kalia
Known for his work with Lupe Fiasco, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Chris Dave and Oddisee, to name just a few, and his DJing in support of the likes of Erykah Badu and Questlove, British producer Eric Lau steps back into the limelight...
Review: Q-Tip keeps heads bopping at KOKO London
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Review: Q-Tip keeps heads bopping at KOKO London

July 16th, 2013 | by Shaun Cronin
Following a hotly anticipated performance at London’s Wireless Festival earlier that evening as part of the legendary A Tribe Called Quest, Q-Tip took top billing at KOKO on July 14, sharing DJ duties with the ever reliable...
Review: Nas and A Tribe Called Quest kick it at London Olympic Park’s Wireless Festival
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Review: Nas and A Tribe Called Quest kick it at London Olympic Park’s Wireless Festival

July 15th, 2013 | by Andrew Kay
I hadn’t been to the Olympic Park, proper. In my day job I got a tour of it, when it was still unfinished, although the basic structure was there – we were there for some sort of context as to what we were up against....
Prodigy x Alchemist – Albert Einstein | Album Review
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Prodigy x Alchemist – Albert Einstein | Album Review

June 28th, 2013 | by Justin Ivey
The past year for Prodigy has been an interesting one to say the least. It appeared Mobb Deep had officially disbanded last summer when a “group hiatus” quickly turned into a bizarre beef between Havoc and Prodigy, playing...
J. Cole – Born Sinner | Album Review
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J. Cole – Born Sinner | Album Review

June 21st, 2013 | by Will 'ill Will' Lavin
Unfazed by the sales showdown between himself and Kanye West – “I’mma drop the album the same day as Kanye/ Just to show the boy’s the man now like Wanyá” – J. Cole hits listeners off with new album Born...
Thundercat – Apocalypse | Album Review
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Thundercat – Apocalypse | Album Review

June 18th, 2013 | by Ammar Kalia
Stephen Bruner, aka Thundercat, has become the go-to bassist for artists seeking a virtuosic but tasteful low-ender. Notably on Flying Lotus’ 2010 LP, Cosmogramma, his fidgety six-string runs meshed perfectly with FlyLo’s...
Mac Miller – Watching Movies With The Sound Off | Album Review
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Mac Miller – Watching Movies With The Sound Off | Album Review

June 18th, 2013 | by Dave Reid
Ask any artist their creative process and they will convey a special story. Whether it’s stuffing the studio with yes-men, relocating to Hawaii or making sure they’re high on acid; every practitioner has a unique way of...